Today in Irish History. Fenians freed in Manchester

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 and people of Irish heritage. 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. This is a book that 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

1851: Anne Devlin, friend of Robert Emmet died

1867: Two Irish Fenians were freed from police custody in Manchester in a bloody escape attempt that left one policemen killed.

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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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