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# 1920 - Saturday 18 January, 2020

History: As our election looms, spare a thought for the women of 1920
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History: As our election looms, spare a thought for the women of 1920

Jan 18th 2020, 9:30 AM 12,141 Views 18 Comments

Women stood for election for the first time in 1920, in considerable numbers, writes Dr Margaret Ward.

# 1920 - Thursday 9 January, 2020

The RIC commemoration was dropped - but here's what else is scheduled for this 'challenging' centenary year
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The RIC commemoration was dropped - but here's what else is scheduled for this 'challenging' centenary year

Jan 9th 2020, 6:50 AM 27,788 Views 52 Comments

The government has said commemorating the period will be “challenging” but how did that lead to the RIC controversy?

# 1920 - Monday 6 January, 2020

Dr Mary McAuliffe: Debate about an RIC commemoration needs more than a Black and Tans hashtag
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Dr Mary McAuliffe: Debate about an RIC commemoration needs more than a Black and Tans hashtag

Jan 6th 2020, 6:30 PM 56,087 Views 105 Comments

The controversy around the RIC commemoration is entirely understandable, but it’s not that simple, writes Dr Mary McAuliffe.

# 1920 - Friday 27 December, 2019

Bloody Sunday, ballot boxes and the death of Terence MacSweeney: Ireland's dramatic year of 1920
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# 1920

Bloody Sunday, ballot boxes and the death of Terence MacSweeney: Ireland's dramatic year of 1920

Dec 27th 2019, 1:26 PM 17,343 Views 12 Comments

1920 is a year that shaped the island of Ireland in ways we still see today, historian Donal Fallon writes.

# 1920 - Thursday 21 November, 2019

Headstones erected at unmarked graves of 1920 Bloody Sunday victims
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Headstones erected at unmarked graves of 1920 Bloody Sunday victims

Nov 21st 2019, 10:20 PM 12,141 Views 24 Comments

Eight of the 14 people killed by British soldiers at the historic GAA ground in Dublin were laid to rest in unmarked graves.