Two people and 50 animals died in Paslang, near the epicentre of Nepal’s recent quake. In this traumatised village, rebuilding seems pointless. It’s a story replicated across the region
Germany claimed that a cargo of munitions made the Cunard liner a legitimate target for its U-boats, but the wreck’s owner, Gregg Bemis, says there’s no certain proof
The torpedoing of the Cunard liner, 100 years ago, was not the first mass killing of civilians in the first World War. But it generated outrage in a way that previous atrocities had not
Visitors offered hour-long historical tours on board restored 70ft wooden sailing ketch
Private collection of artefacts, vehicles and memorabilia rivals any in Europe, guests told
Taoiseach Enda Kenny will contribute to special broadcast on Saturday night
RTÉ’s south-east correspondent recalls a family tragedy 100 years ago, that left three children without a father
The house, built in 1748, comprises ‘time capsule’ untouched for more than 100 years
In the Great War, many Irish soldiers fought for Britain and Irish musicians wrote many British marching songs – but the Irish perspective was not that of the average Tommy
Police force of the city for almost 90 years
‘Neat in appearance, comfortable in use’
Anyone with even the remotest interest in Irish genealogy should read this new report
Ballaghaderreen soldier one of 39 young men from parish killed during first World War
Chair-hire in St Stephen’s Green
In 1972, pressure to make Irish marriage law a replica of Catholic Church law was rejected, at the very last minute, after secret negotiations that had lasted for a decade
100 years ago 140,000 soldiers died in the Gallipoli campaign, among them 3,000 Irishmen. Letters that one Royal Munster Fusilier, Lieut Guy Nightingale, sent from the battlefield describe the carnage, bravery and madness he experienced in one of the worst military disasters of the first World War
Was this the real-life Leopold Bloom (or one of them)?
New issues depict Irishmen in action during ill-fated first World War campaign
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