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May 1922: Michael Collins, known as the 'Big Fella', entering Portobella Barracks on an armoured vehicle during the Irish Civil war.

General Michael Collins (on armoured car) leading National Army troops into Portobello Barracks. The barracks would be renamed after one of the Irregular leaders killed in the Civil War, Charles Burgess (Cathel Brugha)

After the death of Michael Collins ,  Eamon de Valera later said "It’s my considered opinion that in the fullness of tune, history will record the greatness of Collins and it will be recorded at my expense"

After the death of Michael Collins , Eamon de Valera later said "It’s my considered opinion that in the fullness of tune, history will record the greatness of Collins and it will be recorded at my expense"

Michael Collins in 1921. Find out more about Michael Collins on Ireland Calling

Michael Collins in Find out more about Michael Collins on Ireland Calling

ImageShack - Montgomery St.,(Monto), Nth.Inner City, Dublin 1 .jpg

ImageShack - Montgomery St.,(Monto), Nth.Inner City, Dublin 1 .jpg

Ireland 1916, History Posters, Michael Collins, Easter Rising, Irish, Scotland, Michael O'keefe, Irish Language, Ireland

Michael Collins grave, Glasnevin Cemetery

Michael collins grave - Michael Collins (Irish leader) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Monto, Dublin - Monto was the nickname for the one-time red light district in Dublin, the capital of Ireland. The name is derived from Montgomery Street, now called Foley Street. In the Monto's heyday, from the 1860s - 1920s, there were anything up to 1,600

The Monto, Dublin - Monto was the nickname for the one-time red light district in Dublin, the capital of Ireland. The name is derived from Montgomery Street, now called Foley Street. In the Monto's heyday, from the 1860s - 1920s, there were anything up to 1,600

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