You are very welcome to the Military Heritage of Ireland Trust’s web portal, where we promote the widest understanding and appreciation of Ireland’s distinctive and shared military heritage. By means of this Web Site and posted News Bulletins, the Trust endeavours to enhance public knowledge of its vision, mission, objectives, activities, current projects, military heritage and upcoming events. In addition, our Web Site provides guidance for the research of military heritage. The Web Site also advises on how to access information regarding military service. Finally, the site facilitates links with Web Sites associated with Ireland’s military heritage.
Throughout Ireland and for the foreseeable future, the Military Heritage of Ireland Trust (CLG): Honours all Irish men and women who served in armed forces irrespective of the Theatre of Operations, National Flag or Regimental...
The Trust The Military Heritage of Ireland Trust (CLG) was founded in 1999, in order to promote the widest understanding and appreciation of Ireland’s distinctive and shared military heritage. Acknowledging that military heritage is common...
Here is a list of our latest news posts from the MHIT News Blog.
Message from Chairman – 2017
Introduction Acknowledging that military heritage is common to the different political and religious traditions on the island, the Military Heritage of Ireland Trust (CLG), as...Read More
DIGGING UP THE RAJ by Shabnam Vasisht
OVERVIEW – DIGGING UP THE RAJ WHAT DID YOU DO IN THE RAJ, DADDY? Often, during my 40 years in Ireland, Irish people have told...Read More
Corporal Patrick Gallagher USMC – Memorial Day – Ballyhaunis – 30 March 2017
Corporal Patrick (Bob) Gallagher, H Company, 2/4 Marines, 3 Marine Division, United States Marine Corps, was Killed in Action on 30 March 1967, in Da...Read More
MHIT’s Redesigned Web Site
By means of the Web Site and News Bulletins, the Trust endeavours to enhance public knowledge of its vision, mission, objectives, activities, current projects, military...Read More
Visitors’ Centre, Ulster Memorial Tower
Marking their well deserved retirement after 15 years of commendable service as Keepers of the Ulster Memorial Tower, Major-General Kieran Brennan, Deputy Chief of Staff...Read More
Book Review: Early Aviation in Ireland 1909-1914
“Pioneers, Showmen and the RFC – Early Aviation in Ireland 1909-1914” written by Guy Warner and published by Colourpoint, £16, is an enthralling read and...Read More