Welcome to our archives section

Within each of the topics below you will find a number of documents available as PDF downloads for your convenience. The writers of these documents are Irish and International, Historic and Contemporary, expressing their views on various aspects of revolutionary struggle. We hope you will find them both educational and inspirational. Our archives are continually expanding so be sure to visit regularly to see what's new.

 

Irish Political Writing
Irish Political Writings From Wolfe Tones Address to the Irish people, to the 1916 Proclamation of the Republic. From Pearse's oration at the graveside of O'Donovan Rossa, to Connolly's Reconquest of Ireland. Click here to download copies of the most important documents, writings and speeches in Irish history.

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Education
"Educate that you may be free". So wrote Thomas Davis in 1846, fully understanding the critical link between education and liberation. Click here to download the writings of a host of national and international writers on the role that education plays in political struggle.

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Women's Liberation
"The worker is the slave of capitalist society, the female worker is the slave of that slave."-James Connolly. How much has changed? Click here to download writings on the subject of feminism and women's liberation.

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Language and Culture
A nation is at least partially defined by its language and culture. Click here to download various papers on the role of language and culture in revolutionary struggle.

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International
Revolutionary struggle, by its very nature, is internationalist. As modern communication and transport transforms our world into a 'global village' this sentiment has never been more true. Click here to access writings from the Americas, Africa, Asia and Europe.

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