Wexford born John Barry, Founder of US Navy Died. Today in Irish History

Welcome to Today in Irish History.

Welcome to Today in Irish History.
This is a website that provides you with interesting insight and information on what happened on this day in Irish history. To be completely honest, I started this site to sell my book For the Love of Being Irish which is an A-Z of all things Irish. The book contains History, Horror, Humor, Passion, Pathos and Lyrical Limericks that will have you giving thanks (or wishing you were) For the Love of Being Irish

This is a book I am hugely proud of, not least because of the fantastic illustrations done by Mark Anderson.

For the Love of Being Irish : Best Irish Gifts

Author Conor Cunneen is a proud Chicago-based Corkman!

Today in Irish History

1803: John Barry, credited as “The Founder of the American Navy” died. Barry was born in Tacumshane, Co Wexford March 25, 1745.

1914: Roger Casement met in Washington DC with Franz von Papen, the German military attaché to secure German support to overthrow British rule in Ireland.

2006: Aer Lingus flotation prospectus valued the company at between €601 million and €773m

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This blog is written by Irish author, business keynote speaker and award winning humoristIrishmanSpeaks – Conor Cunneen. Visit Conor’s YouTube channel IrishmanSpeaksto Laugh and Learn.

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