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THE WORKHOUSE WARD. A funny Lady Gregory play about two grumpy men who live in an Irish workhouse. The Ria Mooney production dates from 1950. https://ift.tt/2TY9kFB
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From the Archive

THE WORKHOUSE WARD. A funny Lady Gregory play about two grumpy men who live in an Irish workhouse. The Ria Mooney production dates from 1950. https://ift.tt/2TY9kFB

From the Archive

On 17 Feburuary 1972, the British Parliament voted to join the European Economic Community (EEC), the forerunner to the EU. The vote narrowly passed 309 – 301. Take a look back at the history of the EEC and the EU with this archive collection. http://bit.ly/2Vnbwr0

From the Archive

On 17 Feburuary 1972, the British Parliament voted to join the European Economic Community (EEC), the forerunner to the EU. The vote narrowly passed 309 – 301. Take a look back at the history of the EEC and the EU with this archive collection. http://bit.ly/2Vnbwr0

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Newsreel staff at work in 1953. “The Story of British Pathé” is a 4-part BBC series chronicling the history of the famous news organisation. Watch it here: http://bit.ly/2SLoPmC

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This amazing 1925 film is a dramatic reconstruction, performed by members of the British armed forces, of the “Battle of Ypres” in the First World War. http://bit.ly/2BCNBMi

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The 16 February marks the 60th Anniversary of Fidel Castro being sworn in as the Prime Minister of Cuba. Though his office was reformed under the 1976 Constitution, where he became Cuba’s President instead, Castro remained in office until 24 February 2008. http://bit.ly/2TJ6Dre