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Sean Heuston Society – Lecture on December 7th on the ICA at the National History Museum, Collins Barracks December 5, 2013

Posted by WorldbyStorm in 1913, Culture, Irish History, Irish Politics, The Left.


This Saturday, 7th December, the Sean Heuston Society are hosting a lecture on the formation and activities of the Irish Citizen Army.
This will take place at 1pm in the National History Museum, Collins Barracks.
This event is free of charge and non party political.
Kevin Morley, author of ‘A Descriptive History of the Irish Citizen Army’ will be main speaker.
Also we’ll have a descendant of Michael Mallin who’ll be talking about modern day revisionists who attempt to apply 21st century standards to men and women born in the 19th century.


1. Bob Smiles - December 5, 2013

The gothic script and passive aggressive tone is a winning combo.


2. EamonnCork - December 5, 2013

It worked for Black Sabbath.


3. Johnny Forty Coats - December 5, 2013

I suspect that the ICA stole its roll from Jacob’s or Boland’s.


Eamonncork - December 5, 2013

Didn’t even see that. Brilliant.


4. Dr.Nightdub - December 5, 2013

Is a 21th Century standard what’s left after a revisionist has got stuck into a 21st Century standard?


Bob Smiles - December 8, 2013

Revisionist sevionist


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6. people beyond sense - December 8, 2013

Anyone attend this event? Was it informative or comic?


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