I am happy that you are using this web site and hope that you found it useful. Unfortunately, the cost of making this material freely available is increasing, so if you have found the site useful and would like to contribute towards its continuation, I would greatly appreciate it. Click the button to go to Paypal and make a donation.Stephen Tonge is thirty-five and head of history at Catholic University School in Dublin. He is a past pupil of the school and has taught there for 14 years. He attended University College Dublin and received his MA in 1990.
As well as history, he teaches business and economics. He also coaches both rugby and cricket and is the school's fixtures secretary. He is a member of the Leinster School's Cricket Committee.
He is a co-author of a GCSE standard textbook Living History, published by the Educational Company of Ireland.
His main interests are (surprisingly!) reading history books, cricket, rugby and soccer. His favourite topics from history are Military history especially World War II, Germany, Russia and Austria Hungary.
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