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16 November 2018: ‘The Great War and Clare’, Ennistymon, Co. Clare

On Friday 16 November 2018, as part of Clare County Library’s Decade of Centenaries Lecture Series, Joe Power will deliver a lecture entitled ‘The Great […]


14 November 2018: ‘De Valera, 1916-1921: The Rising to the Treaty’, Mullingar, Co. Westmeath

On Wednesday 14 November 2018 Westmeath Archaeological and Historical Society will present a lecture entitled ‘De Valera, 1916-1921: The Rising to the Treaty’, by De Valera’s […]


9-11 November: ‘North Westmeath remembers the Great War’, Castlepollard, Co. Westmeath

From Friday November 9 to Sunday November 11 North Westmeath Historical Society  presented a series of lectures on the First World War in Westmeath and its […]


9 November 2018: ‘Some Clare Women in 1918 Ireland’, Killaloe Public Library, Co. Clare.

On Friday 9 November 2018, as part of Clare County Library’s Decade of Centenaries Lecture Series, Lucille Ellis  delivered a lecture entitled ‘Some Clare Women […]


8 November 2018: ‘The voice of WW1’, Aidan Heavey Library, Athlone, Co. Westmeath

In November 2018 Westmeath County Libraries will present a series of three seminars hosted by Ciara Murphy exploring three different texts which explore the Irish […]


8 November 2018 : ‘Sixmilebridge in the Great War’, Kilfinaghty Public Library, Sixmilebridge, Co. Clare.

On Thursday 8 November 2018, as part of Clare County Library’s Decade of Centenaries Lecture Series, Ger Browne  delivered a lecture entitled ‘Sixmilebridge in the […]


7 November 2018: ‘The Great War and Clare’, Kilrush Public Library, Co. Clare.

On Wednesday 7 November 2018, as part of Clare County Library’s Decade of Centenaries Lecture Series, Joe Power  delivered a lecture entitled ‘The Great War […]


6 November 2018: ‘We here who are about to die: A lecture on the Great War’, De Valera Public Library, Ennis, Co. Clare.

On Tuesday 6 November 2018, as part of Clare County Library’s Decade of Centenaries Lecture Series, Joe Ó Muircheartaigh delivered a lecture entitled  ‘We here […]


4-10 November 2018: National Library of Ireland programme for centenary of 1918 Armistice, National Library of Ireland, Dublin 2

From Sunday 4 November to Saturday 10 November 2018 the National Library of Ireland will be presenting diverse programme of talks, tours, lectures and more […]


2 November 2018: ‘1918 and the collapse of the Habsburg Empire: From multinational empire to multinational states, Trinity College Dublin, Dublin 2

On Thursday 18 October a new six-part public lecture series entitled  ‘1918 and the New Europe’ began at Trinity College Dublin. The lecture series  will hear […]


30 Oct-3 Nov 2018: Louth Libraries Festival of History, various locations, Co. Louth

Between Tuesday 30 October and Saturday 3 November 2018 Louth Public Libraries will hosted a centenary history festival across its branch libraries, exploring the events […]


11 October 2018: ‘Chemical weapons, blockades and captivity: How the First World War redefined war norms’, St Mary’s Church, Haddington Road, Dublin 4

On Thursday 11 October 2018 St Mary’s Church, Haddington Road, Dublin 4, hosted a lecture by Heather Jones (UCL), entitled ‘Chemical weapons, blockades and captivity: How […]


18 October 2018: ‘Without any revolution and riots: The quiet collapse of the Habsburg Empire, 1918’, Trinity College Dublin, Dublin 2

On Thursday 18 October a new six-part public lecture series entitled  ‘1918 and the New Europe’ began at Trinity College Dublin. The lecture series  will hear […]


24 September-7 October 2018: Centenary events at Dublin Festival of History

The sixth Dublin Festival of History takes place from 24 September to 7 October. Presented by Dublin City Council and organised by Dublin City Public Libraries, […]


17 April 2018: Dublin City Library and Archive lunchtime lecture series: ‘”Doing their bit”: Irish women and the First World War’, Dublin City Hall, Dublin 2

On Tuesday 17 April Dublin City Library and Archive presented the third in their new series of lunchtime lectures, entitled ‘”Doing their bit”: Irish women […]



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