Country: South Africa
More than one-third of the British Army and administration in South Africa was Irish during the 19th century. Irish men and women also played a significant role in the religious, educational, and commercial spheres.
|Ref. No.:||Title & Year|
|Ref. 343||The Irish in South Africa - The Historical Dimension 18.02.1993|
|Ref. 344||Apartheid - The Irish Missionary Experience 25.02.1993|
|Ref. 349||Archbishop Hurley of Durban - Portrait 1.4.1993|
|Ref. 399||The World of Edmund Rice: Call to the Margins 1996|
|Ref. 400||The World of Edmund Rice: New Horizons with Laity 1996|