De Valera and The March of A Nation: written by Mary C. Bromage

Book jacket and frontispiece for 'De Valera and the March of a Nation' (1956) by Mary C. Bromage Mary Cogan Bromage (1906 – 1995) was an award-winning American author, academic, newspaper reporter, and teacher. She was born in Fall River, Massachusetts, to Edith Ives, (born ne

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They Remember 1916: Joseph O'Connor

Joseph O’Connor was second-in-command in Boland’s Bakery. His objective was to stop the British forces advancing towards Éamon de Valera’s position so he set up headquarters along the railway line.

Ireland--History--Easter Rising, 1916 | Curated Collection--Impact of the Rising | Paramilitary forces--Irish Volunteers

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