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Decade of Centenaries

Our Decade of Centenaries website charts the historical development of Ireland from 1912 to 1923, a decade which was the most turbulent and transformative experienced by Ireland in the 20th century.

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Event: The Office of the Comptroller and Auditor General at 100

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23.12.21

Event: The Office of the Comptroller and Auditor General at 100
This talk by historian and archivist Marie Léoutre discussed the creation of the Office of the Comptroller and Auditor General...

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23.11.22

Event: Marking 100 years of the Censorship of Films Act, 1923
Sign up for the National Archives’ next evening lecture marking the centenary of the Censorship of Films Act, 1923 The...

23.09.06

Event: League of Nations exhibition and publication to mark the end of the Decade of Centenaries
Exhibition, presented in Dublin, Geneva, and the UN in New York, will mark 100 years since Ireland joined the League...

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