The second instalment of the lunch time history lecture series examines the years 1932—1938, which witnessed the political dominance of Éamon de Valera. These were dramatic and turbulent times in the Ireland’s history and had a significant impact on the development of the Irish State. Many of the events of this period still cast their shadow over contemporary Ireland.
So please come along and enjoy learning about our past.
De Valera Triumphant, 1932-1938
14th February: Conflict with England, 1932-1938,
De Valera’s determination to destroy the Treaty settlement, culminating in the 1937 Constitution, is considered.
Venue: Medieval Museum, Viking Triangle, Waterford
Cost: Only €5 for each talk (all proceeds go towards the Museum acquisition and conservation fund)
Tickets available in advance from Bishop’s Palace or Medieval Museum receptions, phone 0761 102650 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or on the door.
Generously sponsored by the Granville Hotel, Waterford.