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British government was wary of Bertie Ahern and thought IRA ceasefire benefited Provos, archive papers reveal

british government was wary of bertie ahern and thought ira ceasefire benefited provos, archive papers reveal
Historic documents released by the National Archives in London have revealed that the British government was sceptical about Bertie Ahern becoming taoiseach after the 1997 general election.
Belfast Telegraph - Published

National Archives sorry for censoring 2017 Women's March signs

The US agency says it was wrong to blur out signs critical of the president at the 2017 Women's March.
BBC News - Published

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5 Things to Know About Presidents' Day [Video]5 Things to Know About Presidents' Day

5 Things to Know About Presidents' Day Before you celebrate America's past leaders this year on February 17, here are some facts about the holiday. 1. Presidents' Day celebrates the birthday..

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Virginia National Guard On Probation For Stealing WWII Gog Tags From Archives [Video]Virginia National Guard On Probation For Stealing WWII Gog Tags From Archives

A Virginia National Guard sergeant was sentenced Wednesday to 18 months of supervised probation for stealing World War II-era dog tags from the National Archives and Records Administration in Maryland.

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Man Sentenced To Probation In Theft Case Of WWII Dog Tags From National Archives [Video]Man Sentenced To Probation In Theft Case Of WWII Dog Tags From National Archives

A Virginia National Guard sergeant was sentenced to probation and ordered to pay a $5,000 fine in connection to the theft of World War II dog tags kept at the National Archives.

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National Archives Blurs Anti-Trump Signs In Women's March Photo [Video]National Archives Blurs Anti-Trump Signs In Women's March Photo

The National Archives blurred anti-Trump signs.

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National Archives removes exhibit that altered images of Women's March

The U.S. National Archives, home to foundational documents such as the Bill of Rights, apologized on Saturday for altering images critical of President Donald Trump at an exhibit on women's fight for..
Reuters - Published

US National Archives forced to apologise for blurring anti-Trump rally signs

Agency launches review 'so this does not happen again'
Independent - Published

Anti-Trump slogans blurred out from photo in US National Archives

'Modifying the image was an attempt on our part to keep the focus on the records' says archive spokeswoman Miriam Kleiman
Independent - Published

National Archives to trial 12-document limit per day for visitors, as academics warn research could be affected


Telegraph.co.uk - Published

9 intriguing pieces of secret history revealed in New Year declassified documents

9 intriguing pieces of secret history revealed in new year declassified documents
The newly-released documents from the National Archives provide a fascinating insight into Margaret Thatcher, John Major and other key figures
Grimsby Telegraph - Published

National archives: Sir John Major snubbed separate Scottish time zone

Sir John wrote that having two time zones in the UK would '"feed the separatist debate".
BBC News - Published

National archives: MPs floated 'farcical' idea of Russia joining Nato

Including Russia in the defence alliance was considered in 1995 as a way of integrating it in the West.
BBC News - Published

National archives: Sir John Major missed GB's Olympic gold to watch cricket

The former PM chose to miss the 1996 Atlanta Games to watch cricket at Lord's instead, records suggest.
BBC News - Published

Interactive map charts every wartime bomb which was dropped in Brum during the Blitz

interactive map charts every wartime bomb which was dropped in brum during the blitz
It’s the crater-mass map that details every bomb dropped on the West Midlands during the Blitz. The blast from the past has been painstakingly pieced together using wartime data from the National..
Tamworth Herald - Published

Anevia Announces 15 Years of Collaboration with the INA to Preserve France's Audio-visual Heritage

Thursday 29 August, 2019Anevia, a leading provider of OTT and IPTV software solutions, announces 15 years of exclusive collaboration with the National Audio-visual Institute (INA), a state-owned French..
Pressat - Published

House Democrats seek Supreme Court Justice Kavanaugh's records

Two Democrats on the U.S. House Judiciary Committee, including the panel's chairman, asked the National Archives on Tuesday for records from Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh's service in the White..
Reuters - Published

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