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Ireland’s Military Story Magazine

(0 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 5 issues per year Ireland's Military Story is Ireland's leading military history magazine. Designed and published in Ireland, the publications bring to life Ireland's rich and colourful military past. The 72 page quarterly and annual 148 page In Focus are your first hand guide to the military history of Ireland specialising in bringing readers the personal stories from those that were there.

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Ireland’s Military Story  |  Reveille Spring 2015  


Spring 2015
This issue features an interview with Irish Defence Forces Company Quartermaster Sergeant Jimmy Clarke. Jimmy served with the United Nations (UN) in the Congo during the early 1960’s. The United Nations mission in the Congo was one of the first large scale operations by the UN in Africa. It was also the first large scale overseas deployment of Irish Defence Forces personnel. Still a young man Jimmy explains how many of his comrades had never been outside of Dublin let alone on a plane. After a gruelling flight the peacekeepers found themselves thrown straight into the ten day battle of Elizabethville.

The spring issue also features articles on Cork born Major General Patrick Cleburne who fought for the Confederate States during the American Civil War. Leading historian on the Irish in the American Civil War, Damian Shiels gives an insight into this remarkable Cork solider that progressed from company commander in Arkansas to commander of a Corps in the Army of Tennessee. Cleburne was a brilliant Corps commander and was one of the few Confederates who advocated arming slaves to fight for the south.

Many who fought in wars never spoke again of their experiences. This can make tracing your relatives who fought in either the First or Second World War is not always easy. Dublin man Willie Whelan gives a fascinating account of how he traced his grandfather’s military record through the Boer War and on into the First World War. Willie’s grandfather, Christy, served with the Royal Irish throughout the war. After being badly wounded at Mons in autumn 1914 Christy was transferred to India.

This issue also includes articles on the Irish Naval Service vessel LÉ Emer, the 6th Battalion Connaught Rangers ‘Belfast Nationalists at War’, the Irish Military Vehicle Group, the Mayo Peace Park, the ANZAC database, and a selection of images from the Irish Defence Forces Military Archives.
Ireland’s Military Story – Ireland’s leading military history magazine, is designed and published in Ireland. The publications bring to life Ireland’s colourful and rich military past. The quarterly Ireland’s Military Story and the annual Ireland’s Military Story in Focus specialise in bringing our readers the human and personal side of military history. By interviewing Ireland’s military veterans and talking to family members about their military ancestors our readers are introduced to the men and women who served or were involved in conflicts both at home and abroad throughout the centuries.
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Ireland’s Military Story   |   Reveille Spring 2015   


Spring 2015
This issue features an interview with Irish Defence Forces Company Quartermaster Sergeant Jimmy Clarke. Jimmy served with the United Nations (UN) in the Congo during the early 1960’s. The United Nations mission in the Congo was one of the first large scale operations by the UN in Africa. It was also the first large scale overseas deployment of Irish Defence Forces personnel. Still a young man Jimmy explains how many of his comrades had never been outside of Dublin let alone on a plane. After a gruelling flight the peacekeepers found themselves thrown straight into the ten day battle of Elizabethville.

The spring issue also features articles on Cork born Major General Patrick Cleburne who fought for the Confederate States during the American Civil War. Leading historian on the Irish in the American Civil War, Damian Shiels gives an insight into this remarkable Cork solider that progressed from company commander in Arkansas to commander of a Corps in the Army of Tennessee. Cleburne was a brilliant Corps commander and was one of the few Confederates who advocated arming slaves to fight for the south.

Many who fought in wars never spoke again of their experiences. This can make tracing your relatives who fought in either the First or Second World War is not always easy. Dublin man Willie Whelan gives a fascinating account of how he traced his grandfather’s military record through the Boer War and on into the First World War. Willie’s grandfather, Christy, served with the Royal Irish throughout the war. After being badly wounded at Mons in autumn 1914 Christy was transferred to India.

This issue also includes articles on the Irish Naval Service vessel LÉ Emer, the 6th Battalion Connaught Rangers ‘Belfast Nationalists at War’, the Irish Military Vehicle Group, the Mayo Peace Park, the ANZAC database, and a selection of images from the Irish Defence Forces Military Archives.
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year
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You'll receive 5 issues during a 1 year Ireland’s Military Story magazine print subscription.
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