David O'Donoghue (born 1952) is an Irish journalist and historian who has written two books on Irish-German relations during the Second World War. He has also worked as a journalist for RTE and for Agence France-Presse in Paris. He has a PhD from Dublin City University.
- The Irish Army in the Congo 1960-1964: The Far Battalions. Dublin, 2005.
- "Army's Congo Mission Casts a Long Shadow", Irish Studies in International Affairs, Vol. 17 (2006), pp. 43–59.
- The Devil’s Deal: The IRA, Nazi Germany and the double life of Jim O’Donovan. Dublin, 2010.
- Hitler's Irish Voices: The story of German radio's wartime Irish service. Dromore: Somerville Press, Dromore, 2014. ISBN 9780992736408