Blog top 20

Below are the 20 most hit-on pieces on the blog.  The top two – on women’s rights and the national struggle 1916-1922 and the aftermath of the 1972 British Army’s Bloody Sunday massacre – both have almost 3,500 hits.

  1. Women’s rights and the national struggle, 1916-1922

  2. The burning of the British embassy – 40 years on

  3. Politics and the rise of historical revisionism

  4. Saor Eire – Marxist and republican

  5. Nationalisms and anti-nationalisms in Irish historiography

  6. A history of the Provisional Republican Movement – part one of three

  7. The New IRA and socialist-republicanism in the twenty-first century

  8. The Easter Rising and the ‘blood sacrifice’

  9. Chapter 4: The Home Rule Crisis

  10. Republicanism and the national independence struggle, 1916-21

  11. Interview with veteran socialist-republican Gerry Ruddy

  12. In review: Joost Augusteijn on Patrick Pearse

  13. The Rossville Street (Derry) Bloody Sunday murals

  14. The working class and the national struggle, 1916-1921

  15. Remembering Máirín Keegan, 1932-1972

  16. A history of the Provos – part three

  17. The Re-Imaging Programme in the six counties

  18. A History of the Provos – part two of three

  19. Remembering Peter Graham, 1945-1971

  20. Interview with Jim Lane: veteran socialist-republican

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