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Documents on Irish Foreign Policy (DIFP) is an essential public resource for the study of twentieth century Irish history. DIFP aims to make the history of Irish foreign policy accessible to all and promotes public engagement with the history of Ireland’s international relations.
Documents on Irish Foreign Policy projects
The latest instalment of Documents on Irish Foreign policy, covering 1957-1961, will be published in November.
Following on from the recent History Teachers Association of Ireland annual conference, we will be developing some new resources for second-level history over the next few months.
The sinking of RMS Leinster on 10 October 1918 is the worst maritime disaster recorded in the Irish Sea. It also had the potential to become an issue in attempts to bring the First World War to an end.
Who was Patrick McCartan, and why did Dáil Éireann send him to Russia during the War of Independence?
In a sequel of sorts to our last blog post on the 'Emergency', what did an Irish diplomat see and hear while in London during the Blitz of 1941?
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