Letter from John O'Hara Harte to Joseph McGarrity, bemoaning the forlorn state of "Irish Insurgency" in Ireland due to it having lost its voice and leadership, the sorry state of an Ireland where thousands are emigrating and which remains partitioned by force while Éamon de Valera supports Britain, and the possibility, in light of recent German expansion into Czechoslovakia, of a separate homeland for Irish emigrants,
1938 October 1.
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|Main Creator:||Harte, John O'Hara|
Letter addressed from: "6634 Lotus Road, / Overbrook, / Philadelphia".
Physical description: 1 item (2 pages).