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The Blanket - A Journal of Protest & Dissent

Brendan Hughes

Let His Voice Be Heard. Deeply regretted by his comrades at The Blanket.

Archive Material


Interview with Brendan Hughes (Fourthwrite, Spring 2000)

The Real Meaning of G.F.A.

Radio Free Eireann Interview with Brendan Hughes (Transcript)

So Why Did We Strike? (Observer, 08.10.00)

Interview with Brendan (Darkie) Hughes (24.11.00)

Hughes No Longer Toes the Provo Line (17.12.00)

Ireland: 'A Betrayal of What We Fought For' (FRFI interview, December 2000)

Brendan Hughes on the 20th Anniversary of the Hunger Strikes (25.01.01)

What of the Working People (The Other View, Spring 2001)

Telling Ronnie Flanagan First (27.03.01)

Under the Foot of the Mountain (The Blanket, Winter 2002)

Who Are The Terrorists? (17.01.2002)

Off With Their Beards (17.01.02)

Who Is Still Here? (22.01.02)

They Think It's All Over (04.02.2002)

Hitler Speaking Hebrew (07.04.02)

Trust Your Leaders? (08.04.02)

Who Guards The Guards? (10.04.02)

The Putrid Smell Of The Middle Class (18.04.02)

The Terrifying Power of Life and Death (07.06.02)

IRA Volunteer Charlie Hughes And The Courage Of The Brave (10.09.02)

Palestine & Iraq (16.09.02)

Volunteer Patricia McKay (08.05.03)

Cheats (11.05.03)

No More Lies (3.05.04)

Our Fenian Dead  (29.01.06)

Decommissioned Provos Thrown on Scrap Heap of History (16.04.06)

O'Rawe Told Me His Concerns (19.05.06)

Risking the Lives of Volunteers is Not the IRA Way (Irish News, 13.07.06)

Hunger Striker in Fight for Sight (Irish News, October 2006)

Sinn Fein Trying to Smear 'Dissenters' (with John Kelly, Irish News, 03.01.07)



This Rock of Republicanism: Obituary for Brendan Hughes
Anthony McIntyre

Fear Dorcha
Anthony McIntyre

An Dorcha
Richard O'Rawe

Brendan Hughes, Comrade and Friend
Dolours Price

Meeting Brendan Hughes, "The Dark", 1948-2008
Seaghán Ó Murchú

Still Unfree
John Kennedy

An Unrepentant Fenian
Martin Galvin

RIP Brendan Hughes: "The Dark"
Mark Hayes

For Darkie
Brian Mór

The Funeral of Brendan Hughes: Setting the Record Straight
Anthony McIntyre

Irish News Report of the Funeral of Brendan Hughes
Dolours Price

The Resolve of the Dogs
Tommy Gorman

Adams in the Dark
Brian Mór

Weep, But Do Not Sleep
Anthony McIntyre

Hard Times for Gerry Adams
Brian Mór

Tribute to Brendan Hughes
Bill Ashe

An Irony of Irish Politics
Dr John Coulter

Brendan Hughes, 1949-2008: Irish Republican, Soldier, Socialist
Mick Hall

A Coffin Adams Had to Carry — and the Dark's Secrets He Buried
Liam Clarke

A Life Dedicated to the IRA and a Broken Heart
Suzann Breen

Ride On
Anthony McIntyre

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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24 February 2008

Other Articles From This Issue:

Fear Dorcha
Anthony McIntyre

An Dorcha
Richard O'Rawe

Brendan Hughes, Comrade and Friend
Dolours Price

Meeting Brendan Hughes, "The Dark", 1948-2008
Seaghán Ó Murchú

Still Unfree
John Kennedy

An Unrepentant Fenian
Martin Galvin

RIP Brendan Hughes: "The Dark"
Mark Hayes

For Darkie
Brian Mór

The Funeral of Brendan Hughes: Setting the Record Straight
Anthony McIntyre

Irish News Report of the Funeral of Brendan Hughes
Dolours Price

The Resolve of the Dogs
Tommy Gorman

Adams in the Dark
Brian Mór

Weep, But Do Not Sleep
Anthony McIntyre

Hard Times for Gerry Adams
Brian Mór

Tribute to Brendan Hughes
Bill Ashe

An Irony of Irish Politics
Dr John Coulter

Brendan Hughes, 1949-2008: Irish Republican, Soldier, Socialist
Mick Hall

Ride On
Anthony McIntyre


17 February 2008

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