SOURCE: London Review of Books
Journalist Chris Mullin discusses the saga of wrongful conviction, eventual exoneration, and delayed justice for the victims of the 1974 Birmingham pub bombings, and argues he is being scapegoated for the whole mess because he won't identify a source who was involved.
SOURCE: Irish Times
"Men should have been treated as prisoners of war, according to historian Gabriel Doherty of University College Cork."
by Brian Hanley
Irish republicans advanced their cause by association with the rising tide of anti-imperialism and the endorsement of national self-determination by Woodrow Wilson, as well as a promiscuous set of alliances with Black nationalists like Marcus Garvey and the new Italian fascist movement.
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