Category Archive: The Gerald Keogh Identity Series

Oct 27

IDENTITY: Who Do We Think We Are?

COMING SOON (next Identity Series article): Irish Identity: Call for Objectivity It is naive to think that totalitarianism of the future will arrive with the jackboot as National Socialism of the 1930s did. … MORE TOMORROW A look at Irish National Identity beyond the 2016 Commemorations ESSAY PART III Future Aspirations within a Framework of Universal Identity …

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Apr 30

Who was Gerald Keogh?

Who was Gerald Keogh after whom the Series is Named? A RARE VIGNETTE OF 1916 Irish Volunteer Gerald Keogh was killed at dawn on Easter Tuesday 1916 by Anzac troops defending Trinity College Dublin. His eldest brother, J. Augustus Keogh—who lived in London where he was stage manager at the Royalty Theatre—on hearing of his …

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