Michael Collins

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Michael Collins, Revolutionary And Founder Of The Irish Free State. Photo He did what was thought to be impossible. Michael Collins, Ireland 1916, Ireland Map, Dublin Ireland, Commonwealth, Irish Independence, Irish Free State, Irish Republican Army, Erin Go Bragh

Michael Collins He did what was thought to be impossible

Captured Irish soldiers in Stafford Gaol after the failed 1916 Easter Uprising. Michael Collins is marked with an 'x.’ Photographer unknown, Courtesy of The Irish Times/Wikimedia Commons. Ireland 1916, Dublin Ireland, Castle Series, Easter Rising, Michael Collins, Irish Roots, Emerald Isle, Historical Photos, Family History

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Michael Collins at handover of Dublin Castle Ireland 1916, Dublin Ireland, Irish Republican Brotherhood, Irish Independence, Irish Free State, Celtic Nations, Dublin Castle, Irish People, Michael Collins

Photo taken on 16 January 1922 of Michael Collins, representing the Provisional Government of Ireland, leaving Dublin Castle after the official handover of the castle & the administration of Ireland by the Lord Lieutenant Lord FitzAlan representing the British Government. The image includes Kevin O'Higgins, Michael Collins and Edmund Duggan Leaving the castle.

Michael Collins, was an Irish revolutionary leader, Minister for Finance & Teachta Dala (TD) for Cork South in the First Dail of Director of Intelligence for the IRA, & member of the Irish delegation during the Anglo-Irish Treaty negotiations. Michael Collins, Highlands, Dublin, Ireland 1916, Irish Independence, Irish Free State, Irish Republican Army, The Ira, Erin Go Bragh

Michael Collins - Irish leader

Michael Collins was born on October 16th 1890, and died August 22nd 1922. Michael "Mick" Collins was an Irish revolutionary leader who played various leadership roles in Irish government including Minister for Finance, Director of Intelligence for the IRA, Commander-in-chief for the National Army and President of the Irish Republic. Michael Collins was killed on 22 August 1922 during an ambush while he was still engaged to Kitty Kiernan.

On August an estimated people lined the streets of Dublin for the funeral of Irish revolutionary hero Michael Collins. The funeral of Michael Ireland 1916, Ireland Map, Anglo Irish Treaty, Irish Independence, Irish Free State, Irish Republican Army, Irish Drinks, Funeral Ceremony

Picture of Michael Collins lying in state August 1922 in City Hall Dublin