The Treaty & Michael Collins
The peace negotiations, and the Treaty which they produced, are the events which led directly to Michael Collins' death. "All the streams - economic, political, spiritual, cultural and militant, - met together in the struggle of 1916 - 1921, which has ended in a peace in which the Treaty of Limerick is wiped out by…
Pathé newsreel shows Michael Collins sign "his own death warrant" on this day in 1921
No wonder the ladies loved Michael Collins! This silent British Pathé newsreel film was taken after the Anglo-Irish Treaty was signed on December 6, 1921. Rare video of Michael Collins, from Britain's Pathe newsreel, taken on the day he “signed his own death warrant” at a time when the Anglo-Irish treaty of 1921 was at the most critical moment.
September 15, 1922
This is Richard (Risteárd) Mulcahy and his wife Josephine (or Min) Ryan, who was a teacher and political activist. Following the death of Michael Collins on 22 August 1922, Mulcahy was catapulted into the role of National Army Commander-in-Chief. This photo was probably taken at Lissenfield House beside Portobello Barracks. The family moved here for security reasons. Date: Friday, 15 September 1922 NLI Ref.: HOG66
No Ordinary Women: Irish Female Activists in the Revolutionary Years 1900-1923
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MICHAEL COLLINS A small photographic print, postcard-size, 5 x 3 ins [13 x 8 cms], showing Michae
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Collins and Dev reunited under the 'green' flag for climate battle
THEIR falling out was enough to split the country for decades, but now the Long Fellow and the Big Fellow are to be reunited once more in the cause of the green.
Michael Collins entering 10 Downing Street to negotiate with the British. Great-uncle Emmet Dalton is holding the door behind him. Emmet was part of the team sent over, and was responsible, amongst other things, for Collins' personal safety.