What of Ireland? Nations which have secured absolute independence as a result of the War. ...
|Main Creator:||Sinn Féin|
Handbill issued by Sinn Féin listing eleven countries that "have secured independence" in the immediate aftermath of World War One - Alsace, Courland, "Esthonia" [Estonia], Finland, Hungary, "Czecho-Slovakia", "Jugo-Slaves" [Yugoslavia], Livonia [now part of Latvia and Estonia], Poland, Lithuanua and the Ukraine. On the botton left of the handbill is featured a space with a question mark [Ireland] with the words underneath "There is one nation- larger than many and older than most of those named - which has not been assured of absolute indepdence because it's people have not yet definitely asked for full freedom. Will You Ask NOW?"
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[Dublin ; Sinn Feín, n.d., ca. 1918]
One copy of this item is held in the Department of Ephemera at EPH A839 with a second copy held at ILB 300 p 1 [Item 79].
Physical description: 1 handbill; 11.7 x 173.4 cm.
|Call Number||View in||Collection|
|ILB 300 p 1 [Item 79]||Main Reading Room||Irish Large Books|
|EPH A839||Main Reading Room||Ephemera|
Reproduction rights owned by the National Library of Ireland.