David O’Donoghue is an author and historian specialising in Irish-German relations (both official and covert) in the 1933-1945 period of Nazi rule. In his talk, he traces the story of German Radio’s Wartime Irish Service, why it was established, what it broadcast, and who listened to it. This talk touches on some of the most sensitive issues of Irish-German relations in the Second World War.
Dr O’Donoghue has also written about The Irish Army in the Congo 1960-1964, and about the IRA’s relationship with Nazi Germany.
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