Search Results for 'Jenny Farrell'

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The ghost of Galway past

NUASCÉALTA THE History Press’s re-publication of The House Of Gold, perhaps Liam O’Flaherty’s finest novel, does something to ameliorate the wrong done when the book was banned in 1929 by those charged with protecting the Irish people from publications that might lead them to have impure thoughts.

Celebrate the life and work of Liam O’Flaherty

LIAM O’FLAHERTY was one of Ireland’s greatest short story writers and a meeting takes place next week to look at how to celebrate and honour the writer and the man.

Recreating the Berlin Wall in Cluain Mhuire

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FOR 28 years The Berlin Wall stood as a symbol of the divided Germany and a Europe, indeed world, divided along ideological, military, and economic lines.

The fall of the Berlin Wall

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On August 13 1961, people in the Allied sector of Berlin awoke to find their part of the city completely surrounded by barbed wire. Within days construction began on a large edifice the world would soon know as The Berlin Wall.

 

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