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1 The Irish Lifesaving Awards Project : Register to read more... Roger Willoughby 76
2 Dr. M. Shanahan : Register to read more... Liam Dodd 106
3 Captain Daniel Francis O'Neill : Register to read more... Donal O'Sullivan 115
4 A “PAL” on Trial : Register to read more... Barry & Liam Dodd 149
5 Symbol of Courage - A History of the Victoria Cross : Register to read more... James Scannell 120
6 A Visit To Dublin In Search Of Medals 50 Years Ago : Register to read more... Patrick Casey 209
7 White Star Losses In The 1914-18 War : Register to read more... J. Morton 191
8 V.C. Officer Killed in Hunting Field : Register to read more... Liam Dodd 149
 
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Newsflash

Journal Articles

 

 

The MSOI's stock of articles for the journal has for all practical purposes been used up.

All articles that have an Irish connection and are related to one or more of the areas of interest of our Members listed below are welcome for inclusion. 

·       The disbanded and existing Irish regiments of the British Army.

·       The Militia and Volunteers in Ireland.

·       Irish individuals and units who saw service in British Empire, Commonwealth and overseas armies and civil emergency services.

·       The Royal Irish Constabulary, Dublin Metropolitan Police, Royal Ulster Constabulary and Garda Siochana.

·       The Irish Defence Forces since 1922.

·       The Civil and Emergency Services of the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland

We also welcome articles from non-members.

If at all possible articles should be submitted in electronic format, either via email or on cd via letter post. If you have a type-written or hand-written article which you would like to submit please forward it by post and we will convert it.

Any member who wishes to submit an article can do so  

- via e-mail to mjwalsh@eircom.net 

- by post to Michael Walsh, Computer Centre, 4th Floor Kane Building, UCC, Cork.