Naked, afraid, alone. Captain Francisco de Cuéllar found himself on an Irish beach one Autumn morning…
A beard history can include many episodes, including one of my brother’s most baffling moments in life, judging from how vividly he remembers and recounts the story. It happened when he was […]
Normally, I give context to the piece. This time, I’ll let the poem speak for itself.
An Irishman and a Spanish man, in very different yet comparable circumstances, both invented something revolutionary. This is the story of the Irishman and Spaniard who invented the submarine.
As often is the case with history, forgotten stories tend to be some of the best ones.
In our previous article, we discussed how the Irish came to Spain. It was a eulogy for the death of Gaelic Ireland and an essay on the uncertain future of those newly […]
Irish soldiers and the Spanish Civil War are deeply connected.