4 September

Henry Joy McCracken (1767-1798): United Irishmen

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4 September

Henry Joy McCracken (1767-1798): United Irishmen

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4 September

Malmo is Sweden’s third largest city situated...

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4 September

Health and Wellness: Discovering Malmo, Sweden

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12 March

Anne Bonny: (c.1698 - c.1725s): An Irish Pirate

It was common belief among pirates that having women aboard a ship was bad luck. It didn’t prevent a few swashbuckling ladies from joining and even leading bands of buccaneers.

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6 March

Don Leopoldo O’Donnell: Brief account of a Spanish noble

The term Irish-Spaniards are people born in Spain of Irish descent. More specifically it refers to members of the Irish families established in Spain since The Flight of the Earls in 1607, e.g. O’Neills and O’Donnells, or what is known as The Flight of the Wild Geese following the defeat of James II in 1690 at the Battle of the Boyne when thousands of Irish departed seeking exile in Catholic Europe and also beyond.
Don Leopoldo O’Donnell (1809-67)

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