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Victory of Sinn Fein: How it Won it and How it Used it

How it Won it and How it Used it

The Victory of Sinn Fein, originally published in 1924, contains eyewitness accounts of the events in Ireland 1916-23, written from the viewpoint of the Irish Republican Brotherhood.

160 pages

Classics of Irish History


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Table of Contents

Insurrection of 1916 re-emergence of Sinn Fein (1916-18) Irish Republican Brotherhood (1858-1916) De Valera (1916-19) Mick Collins (1909-21) Dail Eireann (1919) Sinn Fein policy in practice (1919-1921) Black-and-tan war the new Griffith (1916-21) the crime of the Ulster boycott (1920) the moral collapse (1920-21) the surrender of England the truce the great betrayal the great mistake the great talk the position created by the truce and the treaty the pseudo-Republicans the furies (1922) Mary Macswiney after the ratification the Irregulars, devil era war against the Irish people the death of Griffith Michael Collins (September 1922) victory of the people the humorous side the responsibility of Mr De Valera the Irish Free State how it strikes a contemporary the future of Ireland.

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