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The forgotten women of the ‘war in the East’

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The Other Auxiliaries & Cumamn na mBan

Today at 3pm I will be giving a paper to the Women’s History Association of Ireland conference to commemorate the Centenary of the Irishwomen’s republican organisation, Cumann na mBan. My paper specifically will focus on the British governments attempts to … Continue reading

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The Other Auxiliaries

This is the text of a paper which I presented in March at Queen’s University Belfast, concerning Women Police Auxiliaries during the Anglo-Irish War, 1919-1921. Introduction The Anglo-Irish War (1919-1921) was a conflict characterised by concomitant cycles of revolutionary terror, … Continue reading

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