In April 1949 Ireland became a republic and left the Commonwealth. What did the Commonwealth think about it?
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'Republic to Republic': A new Google exhibition by RIA DIFP and UCD Archives on Ireland's international sovereignty from 1919 to 1949.18 April 2019
To mark the seventieth anniversary of Ireland becoming a republic, DIFP and UCD Archives have co-curated a new online exhibition on Irish sovereignty from 1919 to 1949.
At midnight on 17 April 1949 Ireland officially became a republic, and it is often forgotten that enormous crowds came out to celebrate the occasion.
The Royal Irish Academy is seeking expressions of interest from persons interested in being part of the second term of Future Earth Ireland.
The shortlisted organisations for the 2019 US-Ireland Research Innovation Awards were announced at the American Chamber of Commerce Transatlantic Conference on Thursday, 7 March.
Panel discussion exploring the challenges and opportunities that digital and social media opens in our society and the growing case, across Europe, for online content regulation and controls.
To: Thursday, 16 May 2019
A seminar exploring current practice on access to historical mental health records in Ireland and alternative approaches.
To: Friday, 17 May 2019
The 2019 IHTA seminar, Seascapes and Townscapes—Ports and the Nineteenth-Century City will be held on 16 and 17 May 2019 in Dublin Port and Academy House.
To: Thursday, 23 May 2019
A conference to mark the centenary of the establishment of the Irish Department of Foreign Affairs, now the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, followed by the launch of the journal Irish Studies in...
Eighteenth-century manuscript culture in the wider Gaelic world: The manuscripts of Rev James McLagan (1728-1805) in contextFrom: Wednesday, 19 June 2019
To: Wednesday, 19 June 2019
A one-day conference on eighteenth-century manuscript culture in the wider gaelic World.
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