22 September 2020
The diplomatic documents published by DIFP often reveal a lot about Ireland's social and cultural history; in this case, some official attitudes towards Irish women emigrating to Britain after the Second World War.
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Documents on Irish Foreign Policy (DIFP) is a public history project for the study of modern Irish history through diplomacy. 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. DIFP is a partnership project of the Royal Irish Academy, the National Archives of Ireland, and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.