Welcome to Today in Irish History.
This is a website published by IrishmanSpeaks that provides you with interesting insight and information on what happened on this day in Irish history and people of Irish heritage. If you spot any inaccuracies please let us know.
Today in Irish History
1935: Irish Independence fighter, TD and author Ernie O’Malley married Helen Hooker in London.
1962: Attorney General Robert Kennedy issued a statement criticizing the actions of Mississippi Governor Ross Barnett in preventing African-American James Meredith from entering the University of Mississippi. RFK Statement.
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