Autumn 2015 - PRINT
Price: € 7.50
This 72 page issue is full of a wide range of military history subjects covering the entire island of Ireland.
To mark the bi-centenary of the Battle of Waterloo this issue is full of great articles covering the Irish in red, the Dublin born Duke of Wellington, and living historians who took to the field retracing the steps of the 27th (Inniskilling) Regiment of Foot. It might have been a British led Allied army that stopped the Napoleon at Waterloo but as Peter Molloy writes the Irish made up a huge number of all ranks in Wellington’s army.
In a remarkable story Ken Geary interviews Denis MacCarthy, a World War II veteran living in Mayo. Denis served with the Free French intelligence service during the war. Operating behind enemy lines he gathered intelligence and carried out sabotage missions against the Vichy French and Germans. After the Normandy landings he became Charles de Gaulle’s bodyguard. It is a harrowing story worthy of the big screen.
Readdressing the role played by the Leinster Regiment at Chunuk Bair in August 1915, Prof. Jeff Kildea uses primary sources to show that the Leinsters stood their ground. For anyone interested in the Gallipoli Campaign this article is for you.
Taking our readers to Limerick Dr. Tadhg Malloney looks at the reaction of the city to a parade of Irish Volunteers in 1915.
The magazine is full of much more coving living history, books and what’s on exhibit.
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ISSN (Digital) 2009-8871
ISBN (Paperback) 978-0-9935771-0-9
ISBN (ebook/digital) 978-0-9935771-1-6