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# 1920 - Saturday 18 January, 2020

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

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

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

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

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

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