On Episode 29 of the Irish History Show we look at the Anglo – Irish Treaty. The Anglo – Irish Treaty was signed on the 6th of December 1921 in London. The Treaty led to the establishment of the Irish Free State. It’s narrow approval by Dáil Éireann on the 7th of January 1922 would …
Category Archives: Irish Civil War
28 The Bridges Job & The Decade of Centenaries
Episode 28 of the Irish History Show. In this episode, we look at the Bridges Job when the Anti – Treaty IRA attempted to destroy the infrastructure around Dublin during the Civil War. We also discuss the state’s plans for the Decade of Centenaries.
25 Peace After The Final Battle
On this episode, John Dorney discusses his new book, Peace after the Final Battle – The Story of the Irish Revolution, 1912 to 1924.
20 The 1922 Postal Strike & Graphic Novels about Irish History
On this episode, the presenters discuss the 1922 Postal Strike. This important, but largely overlooked, event was one of the first major industrial disputes faced by the new Provisional Government of the Irish Free State. The strike was complicated by the fact that it occurred during the Civil War. In the second part of the …
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18 The Irish Civil War
On this episode, John Dorney discusses the Irish Civil War with Professor Gavin Foster of the Department of Canadian – Irish Studies at Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec. Foster will talk not only about the historical context of the Irish Civil War but equally about the impact its achievements and challenges have had on the …
7 Fine Gael and the Blueshirts
On this episode, we discuss the Blueshirts and Fine Gael. We were joined by Dr. Fearghal McGarry and Dr. Brian Hanley.
3 The Dead of the Irish Revolution & The Bureau of Military History
John Dorney talks to Professor Eunan Ó Halpin about the project, ‘The Dead of the Irish Revolution’ – which seeks to determine, for the first time, how many people were killed in the Irish revolution of 1916-1923. The Dead of the Irish Revolution by Eunan Ó Halpin and Daithí Ó Corráin will be published in …
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1 The Civil War in Dublin and Cork
First episode of the Irish History Show on Near FM. In the first part of the show, Cathal Brennan and John Dorney discuss the Civil War in Dublin while in the second part of the show, John Dorney and John Borgonovo discuss the Civil War in Cork.