SPIRITED THINKING SINCE 1888
Kevin Myers

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April 14, 2016
The Easter Rising in Dublin by the Irish Volunteers, with the intention of overthrowing British rule in Ireland, failed every single test that would make a war moral. Another, non-violent method to achieve independence existed, namely a parliamentary campaign that had already managed to put limited self-government – “home rule” – for Ireland on the
August 13, 2015
As the 75th anniversary of the airborne battle is celebrated, Britain is still deluded about the terrible mistakes made by the country’s wartime leaders
June 18, 2015
Wellington was born in Ireland, once spoke with a thick brogue, and relied on Irish troops and officers to defeat Napoleon. Yet history portrays him as scorning his background
July 31, 2014
On at least 44 days more than 100 Irishmen were killed during the Great War, but they are only now being recognised
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