Here are a few handy links to other organisations and websites which we find interesting and useful.

We have included links to the archives we use and the details for important departments, pages and contacts. The archives include Public Records Office Northern Ireland (PRONI), the National Archives (TNA), London, the National Archives of Ireland (NAI), Dublin.

Click below to expand the list of links specific to that archive or topic.

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E-Catalogue – Search the Archives Online

Visiting PRONI

Preparing for a Visit and Registration

Location and Opening Hours

Freedom of Information / Privileged Access – Your Right to Information



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E-Catalogue – Search the Archives Online

Visiting TNA for the First Time

Preparing for a Visit and Registration

Opening Hours

Location and Accommodation

Freedom of Information Request – Your Right To Information



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E-Catalogue – Search the Archives Online

Visiting NAI for the First Time

Location and Contact

Archives Held in NAI



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Conflict Archive Internet – CAIN Website

The Newspaper Library

Linen Hall Library

Royal Irish Fusilier Museum


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Ciarán MacAirt – personal website and blog of the author which features archive discoveries and articles

McGurk’s Bar Massacre – campaign website which is family-run and features archive releases relating to the atrocity of 4th December 1971

Paper Trail Blog – archive releases and ground-breaking articles

Pat Finucane Centre – advocacy support and archive releases

Treason Felony Blog – a Republican History blog run by academic, John Ó Neill

Ulidia Legacy and Educational Trust – support and archival research for case reports

Balaclava Street – a blog exploring the conflict with insight into Loyalism

The Pensive Quill – the blog of author and former Republican prisoner, Anthony McIntyre