Cathal Brugha :
lies dead, dead for Ireland. /
|Main Creator:||Sinn Féin|
Sinn Fein propagandist handbill using Cathal Brugha as an example of a republican who '...would not surrender to the English in 1916...and...he would not surrender to the pro-English in 1922.'
|Published / Created:||
[S.l. : Sinn Fein, 1922]
Part of text reads: 'He fought that Ireland might be as free as any other land; the English found him riddled with bullets, half-dead, semi-delirious, singing "God Save Ireland"; he is a link with Patrick Pearse, Robert Emmet, Patrick Sarsfield, Owen Roe O'Neill and Brian who drove the Danes from Ireland.
At foot of handbill: 'Ar deis dé go raibh a anam' - 'May his soul be on God's right side'.
Physical description: 1 handbill ; 21 cm.
|Call Number||View in||Collection|
|EPH B234||Prints & Drawings - Appt. only||Ephemera|
|ILB 300 p 11 [Item 52]||Main Reading Room||Irish Large Books|