Categories / Architecture, Property

For sale: 1930s six-bedroom art deco property in Templeogue Road, Dublin


Big thanks to Greg Stevenson on Facebook and Under The Thatch on Twitter for flagging up this stunning 1930s six-bedroom art deco property in Templeogue Road, Dublin. But it does come with a good amount of notoriety.

The house was built in 1939, but gained that notoriety in 1940 when the house was owned by a 'go-between' between the IRA and the German Nazi regime. Indeed, it was used as a safe house for an SS officer – and when it was raided by the police, the owner was arrested and sentenced to five years in prison. The SS man had already departed. You can read the full story from the Irish Times here.

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Categories / Food and Drink

Dig for Victory mug by Wild and Wolf


This new mug from Wild and Wolf utilizes the well known WWII slogan Dig for Victory.

The slogan was used to encourage everyone on the home front to turn gardeners to keep Britain fed and is boldly emblazoned across the mug in a retro font. The mug is made from enamel to enhance the practical, utility feel and is the perfect gift for the green fingered people in your life.  

The mug costs £7.95. 

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