Copy memorandum of interview of George Russell by a government official to ascertain his view on the best kind of literature to encourage recruiting in Ireland; also notice of John Dillon's opinion on same
1916 Mar. 17.
|Main Creator:||Russell, George William, 1867-1935|
Russell suggests journalistic work to be undertaken by Patrick MacGill, Francis Ledwidge, Stephen Gwynn and "George Bermingham"; Dillon proposed "graphic correspondence from the front"
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