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DIFP IX almost ready to go to print

25 September 2014
We completed the prelims to DIFP IX, checked the index and gave the text of the volume a final once over. By the end of September DIFP IX was almost ready for print.

On 13 September Michael gave the 2014 Tip O’Neill Irish Diaspora Lecture in the Drumfree Community Centre, Buncrana, County Donegal, located close to Tip O’Neill’s birthplace. The lecture focussed on Irish-American relations during the Second World War. More details can be found here.

Michael spoke at the National Museum of Ireland on 28 September looking at Ireland and the world during the Second World War.

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