Here is Vol 9 Issue 2 of the BJMH. It is a Special Issue on the subject of the Irish Soldier in the British Army. The list of articles looks comprehensive though I can see no reference to Kipling's Mulvaney... Read on!
We are delighted to present this special issue, which emerged out of a conference held to mark the centenary of the disbanding of the ‘southern’ Irish regiments of the British army. The papers in this issue reflect on social, cultural and religious histories, focusing on service between the eighteenth and twentieth centuries. As our guest editors point out, this issue develops this rich, but understudied historiography and suggests new directions for the field.
Goldsmiths, University of London, UK
Link to the Issue: British Journal for Military History (gold.ac.uk)