Keeping score

The pieces below have all had over 1,000 views.  The most-viewed, on women and the national struggle from the Rising to the Treaty and civil war, has had almost 8,000 views; the one on the assault on Markievicz has had 1,025; the rest are part way in-between:

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

The burning of the British embassy – 40 years on

Politics and the rise of historical revisionism

Nationalisms and anti-nationalisms in Irish historiography

Saor Eire – Marxist and republican

The Easter Rising and the ‘blood sacrifice’

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

The working class and the national struggle, 1916-1921

The global-historical significance of the 1916 Rising


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

Republicanism and the national independence struggle, 1916-21

Chapter 4: The Home Rule Crisis

The Rossville Street (Derry) Bloody Sunday murals

In review: Joost Augusteijn on Patrick Pearse

The lesbian fighters of 1916

The assault on Markievicz – as fact-free as it is malicious

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