Tag Archives: 1798

Gerry Adams: “Micheál Martin could play a leadership role in the necessary process of making Irish unity a reality”

by Sinn Féin’s Gerry Adams from his Léargas blog Micheál Martin is a man with a mission. To trample on the politics of those whose roots are in the radical republican tradition of Tone and Emmet and Pearse and Connolly … Continue reading

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Óg-laoch na Rann – The Minstrel Boy

The immediate origins of the 1798 Rebellion in Ireland can be traced to the setting up of the Society of United Irishmen in Belfast in October 1791. Inspired by, and with great admiration for, the new republic of the United … Continue reading

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