Hear the stories of people who lived in and around Collins Barracks over the last 250 years.
- 1774 – A Protestant Irish soldier of the Royal Irish Regiment talks about artillery training. (53 seconds)
- 1811 – A young drummer of an Irish Regiment in the British Army talks about setting off to fight in the Peninsular Wars. (55 seconds)
- 1853 – A local woman with her child talks about how the barracks and its soldiers affect her life. (43 seconds)
- 1915 – An Irish Officer in the Royal Dublin Fusiliers talks about marching out from Collins Barracks for Gallipoli in World War I. (51 seconds)
- 1927 – A veteran of the IRA talks about his life as a sergeant in the newly formed Irish Army. (59 seconds)
- 1941 – A Volunteer soldier talks about his service in the Irish Army during the Emergency. (55 seconds)
- 2001 – A female Irish Defence Forces soldier talks about her peacekeeping role in Lebanon with the UN. (51 seconds)