The novel by Liam O’Flaherty on the 1916 Easter Rising in Ireland makes the crucial distinction between imperialist and anti-imperialist wars explicit, says JENNY FARRELL
Thursday 13th Apr 2017
posted by Morning Star in Arts
Republic players marked centenary at friendly against Switzerland in March
Saturday 5th Nov 2016
posted by Morning Star in Sport
PAUL FOLEY recommends a powerful theatrical reflection on the senseless slaughter of WWI
Wednesday 15th Jun 2016
Scotland and the Easter Rising: Fresh Perspectives on 1916
Edited by Kirsty Lusk and Willy Maley (Luath Press, £12.99)
PUBLISHED on the centenary of the momentous events of 1916, this is a collection of quite different contributions that examine interconnections in a way...
Monday 13th Jun 2016
by Peter Frost
Thursday 2nd Jun 2016
posted by Morning Star in Features
by Our Foreign Desk
HISTORIANS are publishing a major archive of bulletins from the 1916 Easter Rising to mark the 100th anniversary of this landmark event on the road to Irish independence.
Website www.1916live.com began posting the documents from the University of...
Tuesday 26th Apr 2016
posted by Morning Star in World
TRADE unionists and members of West Yorkshire’s Irish community joined forces in Huddersfield for a weekend celebration of the centenary of Ireland’s 1916 Easter Rising.
The town’s Irish Centre was the venue for three days of events organised jointly with Huddersfield...
Monday 25th Apr 2016
posted by Morning Star in Britain
Ireland stepped out from Britain’s fire, only to jump into an EU frying pan, argues Anthony Coughlan
Saturday 23rd Apr 2016
MICHAEL CARTY argues that if Ireland is to become whole again, it needs support from both sides of the Irish Sea
This is the story of the men who crossed from England to Dublin for the Rising, as told by Mr Frank Lee to
Sean Redmond. Mr Lee’s story was first published in the Irish Democrat in 1966