An American reporter in 1920 Ireland: Labor

American journalist Harry F. Guest of the New York Globe spent January and February 1920 reporting from revolutionary Ireland. Upon his return to America, he wrote two dozen stories based on his interviews and observations, which were syndicated to U.S. and Canadian newspapers through May 1920. See earlier posts in this series and other stories […]

An American reporter in 1920 Ireland: ‘Dora’

American journalist Harry F. Guest of the New York Globe spent January and February 1920 reporting from revolutionary Ireland. Upon his return to America, he wrote two dozen stories based on his interviews and observations, which were syndicated to U.S. and Canadian newspapers through May 1920. See earlier posts in this series and other stories […]

An American reporter in 1920 Ireland: Outrages

American journalist Harry F. Guest of the New York Globe spent January and February 1920 reporting from revolutionary Ireland. Upon his return to America, he wrote two dozen stories based on his interviews and observations, which were syndicated to U.S. and Canadian newspapers through May 1920. See earlier posts in this series and other stories […]

An American reporter in 1920 Ireland: Introduction

“The Irish revolution became an international media event … The way in which visiting correspondents wrote up the Irish revolution was crucial to its outcome, both in the sense that they affected perceptions of the war and that they connected Ireland to the world.” –Maurice Walsh, The News From Ireland: Foreign Correspondents and the Irish […]

American reporting of Irish independence

Ireland’s War of Independence (1919-1921) made regular headlines in U.S. daily newspapers and the Irish-American press, including key people and events in the United States. This centennial series explores aspects of that news and opinion coverage, including Éamon de Valera’s 18-month U.S. tour to raise money and political support for Ireland. This page is divided […]