Did the Irish Government cover up mass starvation in 1920s?
By Fin Dwyer
In the Spring of 1925 newspapers around the world carried stories that a famine had broken out in Ireland. The Manchester Guardian reported 750,000 people were at risk, a figure repeated by the Soviet Union's daily Pravda. However there is no mention of this "famine" in Irish history books so in I went to the National Archives in search of evidence. What I found was tragic details of yet another cover up. Listen to the show to find out what I discovered. If you have any questions or queries about this show you can mail me at email@example.com or find me at Irishhistory on twitter and Irishhistorypodcast on facebook.