Three Monkeys Online

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Tom OCarolan

The Glorious and Immortal Memory. Commemoration at the Dublin Statue of King William of Orange.

Monday, August 1st, 2011

Those who might think that student pranks are of recent origin should consider the following tale of events in the eighteenth century that followed the erection of an equestrian statue to commemorate the famous William, Prince of Orange. The victory of the Protestant King William of Orange (King 'Billy') over the Jacobite army of the […]

Looking back at D-Day. A review of The D-Day Companion.

Thursday, July 1st, 2004

The reader familiar with military history, on hearing of the publication of the 'D-Day Companion' to coincide with the 60th. Anniversary of that event, might conclude that it would be a day-by-day tactical account full of anecdotal reports. And D-Day must certainly be the most written-about event in military history and one might wonder what […]

Cyprus – A recent history.

Saturday, May 1st, 2004

((Editor’s note: This article was written, before the referendum, and before May 1st – as such it deals with the history of Cyprus, rather than the current developments. Three Monkeys Online intends to publish a further article on the politics of current day Cyprus) The referendum on the reunification plan for Cyprus held on the […]