Pictured hours before his assassination: Last photograph of IRA leader Michael Collins found in an attic after 90 years
The remarkable photograph taken on August 22, 1922 by 18-year-old Agnes Hurley, has only come to light after being discovered in the attic of a Dublin house.
#OTD in 1921 – In an extremely hostile environment over the Treaty debate, Michael Collins smells some dirty work and addresses the House.
MR. MICHAEL COLLINS: Mr. Speaker, there is just a little matter to which I would like to refer before anything else is said. It is this. My private office was raided last night and important books and documents were taken. Is there any member here who accepts responsibility for that raid? PRESIDENT DE VALERA: As…
Ireland's Civil War in colourised photographs
The Irish Civil War was a conflict that followed the Irish War of Independence and came alongside the establishment of the Irish Free State, an entity independent from the United Kingdom.
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Michael Collins, a leader in the early IRA, at the funeral of an associate only six days before his death – August 16th, 1922.
Who was Michael Collins? Everything You Need to Know
Michael Collins was an Irish revolutionary leader and politician. This biography profiles his childhood, family life, achievements and timeline.
'Michael Collins (1870-1922) with His Famous Bicycle' Photographic Print - Irish Photographer | Art.com
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Free State came into being 90 years ago this week
Flashback to the turbulent beginning of Saorstát Éireann, which was hurtling towards civil war even as it gained statehood.