Centenary of Greek invasion of Ottoman Anatolia (May 1919)

May 2019 marks the Centenary of the invasion of Ottoman Anatolia by the Greek Army, acting as Lloyd George’s cat’s-paw to enforce a punitive settlement on the Turks. The political and military assault launched by Britain during the Great War on neutral Greece and the devastating effect this ultimately had on the Greek people across […]

Roger Casement on Sir Edward Grey

The Continental Times                                           No. 1189, Vol. XXII, No.47, 18/10/1915  SIR ROGER CASEMENT ON SIR EDWARD GREY The report that Sir Edward Grey may cease to be the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Great Britain in consequence of British policy in the Balkans comes to us to-day from the Tory and Imperialist organs of the English […]

‘The Sickman’ by Roger Casement

‘The Sickman – A Fable that Cost Dear’ by Roger Casement (X. of X.) was published in The Continental Times September 6, 1915. The title was inspired by the view in Western Europe that the Ottoman Empire was “the sick man of Europe.” Only when the Entente Powers went to finish off the sick man and […]

Who was Roger Casement?

The following talk was given on 9th June 2017 in Donegall Street, Belfast, in launching the pamphlet ‘Roger Casement on the Great War: a commentary’. The pamphlet contains two of Casement’s lost writings: “Sir Roger Casement on Sir Edward Grey” and “A Pacific Blockade” originally published in the Continental Times, October and December 1915, as […]

Casement on the Greek Tragedy

The following article was written by Roger Casement in November 1915 for The Continental Times of Berlin. It is just one of a series he composed that have lain neglected for over a century. Some of them will appear for the first time since original publication in 1915-16, in a special edition of Irish Foreign […]