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Michael Collins and the Treaty: His…

Michael Collins and the Treaty: His Differences with De Valera

by T. Ryle Dwyer

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An in-depth look at the characters and motivation of the two main Irish protagonists in the events surrounding the Treaty -- the story of Micael Collins' view of the Treaty as a stepping stone as opposed to Eamon de Valera's angry denunciation of it as treason. Not only did this split lead to the Civil War of 1922-23 but it still resonates as the basic difference between the two major political parties. The author examines the men's positions as well as those of other major actors in both Ireland and Europe. 172 pages.
  JESGalway | Apr 25, 2018 |
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