Unionism & The Treaty

Unionism & The Treaty

Ulster leader James Craig thought he had beaten Lloyd George during the Anglo-Irish Treaty negotiations.
Gretchen Friemann
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Solving the Mystery of The Tobermory Galleon

Timothy Ashby

The story of a lost ship. Has it been found?

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Tourist Troubles in Ancient Rome

Jerry Toner

Ancient tourists faced an array of difficulties and dangers as they made their tour of the highlights of the empire.

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Charles Dickens & Charity

Jean Briggs

Dickens was a picture of charity, and the author of the Dickens Investigations describes those endeavours.

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The Burke & Wills Expedition

David Cairns

The author of a new novel describes the ill-fated journey into the Australian outback.

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Hereward the Wake

David Pilling

The Normans had to deal with a warm welcome from two Anglo-Saxon leaders in particular

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Language, Religion and the Treaty of Lausanne

Bruce Clark

The impact of the 1923 Treaty of Lausanne between Turkey and Greece resulted in legalised ethnic cleansing.

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The Theresienstadt Propaganda Film

Catherine Hokin

The Theresienstadt film made by the Nazis is a haunting example of fake news.

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The History of Cities

Paul Strathern

Paul Strathern examines cities' role in history and up to the modern day.

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Were the SAS Rogue Heroes?

Tom Petch

Mayne and Stirling were the forerunners, but was Dudley Clarke the real 'Rogue Hero'?

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The Arctic Convoys

John McKay

An often forgotten theatre of war was the Arctic, when Royal & Merchant Navy convoys braved the conditions, and enemy, to supply Russian allies.

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