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Two soldiers of Cromwell's New Model Army that invaded Ireland in 1649.

Two soldiers of Cromwell's New Model Army that invaded Ireland in 1649.

irish slavery | ... THE IRISH SLAVE TRADE ~ THE WHITE SLAVES THE SLAVES THAT TIME FORGOT

irish slavery | ... THE IRISH SLAVE TRADE ~ THE WHITE SLAVES THE SLAVES THAT TIME FORGOT

Cromwellian Massacre at Drogheda. The officers and soldiers were first exterminated, and then men, women, and children were put to the sword. The butchery occupied five entire days: Cromwell has himself described the scene, and glories in his cruelty. Another eyewitness, an officer in his army, has described it also, but with some faint touch of remorse.

Cromwellian Massacre at Drogheda. The officers and soldiers were first exterminated, and then men, women, and children were put to the sword. The butchery occupied five entire days: Cromwell has himself described the scene, and glories in his cruelty. Another eyewitness, an officer in his army, has described it also, but with some faint touch of remorse.

White slavery in colonial New England. Cromwells Slave Trade from Ireland.

White slavery in colonial New England. Cromwells Slave Trade from Ireland.

IF YOU DON’T HAVE PROPERTY RIGHTS. YOU BECOME THE PROPERTY. It’s ironic that the patron saint of Ireland was a slave. Perhaps it’s where Elizabeth I got her idea. The beginning of…

Irish Slavery

IF YOU DON’T HAVE PROPERTY RIGHTS. YOU BECOME THE PROPERTY. It’s ironic that the patron saint of Ireland was a slave. Perhaps it’s where Elizabeth I got her idea. The beginning of…

The Tribes of Ireland – Ireland at the Birth of Your Irish Surname.

The Tribes of Ireland – Ireland at the Birth of Your Irish Surname.

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#NationalPoetryMonth Nuala Ni Dhomhnaill is an Irish poet who has made a point to write only in Irish Gaelic. Her goal is to spark interest in and expand acceptance of Gaelic in the English speaking world. She’s one of the few women working to preserve the language and considers her poetic language decision an expression of female empowerment. (Above translation by Michael Hartford.)

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#NationalPoetryMonth Nuala Ni Dhomhnaill is an Irish poet who has made a point to write only in Irish Gaelic. Her goal is to spark interest in and expand acceptance of Gaelic in the English speaking world. She’s one of the few women working to preserve the language and considers her poetic language decision an expression of female empowerment. (Above translation by Michael Hartford.)

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