To the Irish in England /
Eamon de Valera.
|Main Creator:||De Valera, Éamon, 1882-1975|
Letter addressed to Irish men and women in England to support the independence of Ireland. Text includes such statements as "Men and women of the Irish race - the land of your forefathers is still in bondage"; "Irishmen! duty claims - love prompts that you strive to set your Motherland free"; "Self-determination, understood in the only way it has a practical meaning, is the one basis on which the Governments of nations can rest now". At foot of sheet: Europe knows the justice of our claims. Lovers of liberty everywhere bid us Godspeed, signed by Eamon de Valera.
|Published / Created:||
[S.l. : s.n. , 1918?].
EPH C85 is held in the Department of Ephemera; formerly at call number POL/1910-20/118
Physical description: 1 handbill ; 29 x 22 cm.
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|LO P 419||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Librarian's Office|
|EPH C85||Prints & Drawings - Appt. only||Ephemera|
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