John Hogan

Life
1898-1963; b. Kilfrickle, Co. Galway; ed. Clongowes; Irish Volunteers; organised Volunteers at Loughrea, Co. Galway; East Clare Flying Column, 1919-21; issued Ireland in the European System (1920), and was appointed Prof. of History, UCC, taking up appointment in 1923; Free State natinal army; fnd.-mbr. Manuscript Commission, 1928; joint-ed. of Analecta Hibernica with Eoin MacNeill; pamphlets could Ireland Be Communist? (1935) and other writings for Blueshirt grouping in Cumann na nGaedheal and Fine Gael organs; contrib. Studies and Proceedings of RIA, Election and Representation (1943). DIH