Letter from James D. Savage to William O'Brien thanking him for the books he sent to him and his mother, discussing his views on "Gearoid D. Cunningam" and informing him of the econimic classes they hold in the camp,
1943 May 15.
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|Main Creator:||Savage, James D.|
Savage writes of Cunningam "He said a lot about the Gaelic State but we know what that means- International Fascism. We all want to see a Gaelic State but not his kind.".
Letter includes author's address as "Hut B5 Tintown / Internment Camp / Co. Kildare".
Physical description: 1 item (3 pages).