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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  |  Autumn 2016  


Dear Reader
We are pleased to bring you our Autumn 2016 issue. Coinciding with the centenaries pf the Battles of Jutland and the Somme, this issue has several articles dedicated to the Irishmen who served and fell in those battles.

To get an understanding of the magnitude and horrors of those two battles we visited the Somme Museum and HMS Caroline in Belfast. The Somme Museum, ran by the Somme Association, tells the stories of the 36tt (Ulster), and the 10th and 16th (Irish) Divisions. Combining personal stories along with a trench system the visitor gets to read and hear the sounds of the Somme in July and September 1916.
HMS Caroline is the last remaining survivor of the Battle of Jutland. Moored in Belfast’s Titanic Quarter, this Light Cruiser is now a magnificently restored Royal Navy museum. A visit to this veteran of World War I will give you a unique and first hand understanding of live at sea during the Great War.

Complementing these articles are features on Thomas Kettle, Robert Quigg VC, and the Irish Great War Society. Kettle of course is a famous poet and visionary, Robert Quigg was from Bushmills, his heroic deeds on the Somme won him a Victoria Cross. Both joined up to defend Ireland and endured the horrors of the trenches, Kettle giving his life. Researching, commemorating and educating on the Irish involvement in that conflict are the living historians of the Irish Great War Society. They have gone as far as recreating a trench system and explore how Irishmen endured such conditions.

In this issue you will also find features on Trooper Pat Mullins, the Battle of Aughrim, the Battles of Arklow, an interview with RAF World War II veteran Brother Columbanus, and Keith Donnelly gives a wonderful account of the military involvement in his wider family.
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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You'll receive 5 issues during a 1 year Ireland’s Military Story magazine subscription.

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Ireland’s Military Story   |   Autumn 2016   


Dear Reader
We are pleased to bring you our Autumn 2016 issue. Coinciding with the centenaries pf the Battles of Jutland and the Somme, this issue has several articles dedicated to the Irishmen who served and fell in those battles.

To get an understanding of the magnitude and horrors of those two battles we visited the Somme Museum and HMS Caroline in Belfast. The Somme Museum, ran by the Somme Association, tells the stories of the 36tt (Ulster), and the 10th and 16th (Irish) Divisions. Combining personal stories along with a trench system the visitor gets to read and hear the sounds of the Somme in July and September 1916.
HMS Caroline is the last remaining survivor of the Battle of Jutland. Moored in Belfast’s Titanic Quarter, this Light Cruiser is now a magnificently restored Royal Navy museum. A visit to this veteran of World War I will give you a unique and first hand understanding of live at sea during the Great War.

Complementing these articles are features on Thomas Kettle, Robert Quigg VC, and the Irish Great War Society. Kettle of course is a famous poet and visionary, Robert Quigg was from Bushmills, his heroic deeds on the Somme won him a Victoria Cross. Both joined up to defend Ireland and endured the horrors of the trenches, Kettle giving his life. Researching, commemorating and educating on the Irish involvement in that conflict are the living historians of the Irish Great War Society. They have gone as far as recreating a trench system and explore how Irishmen endured such conditions.

In this issue you will also find features on Trooper Pat Mullins, the Battle of Aughrim, the Battles of Arklow, an interview with RAF World War II veteran Brother Columbanus, and Keith Donnelly gives a wonderful account of the military involvement in his wider family.
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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