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Letter from T.J. White to Erskine Childers about American attitudes towards the conflict in Ireland,

1921 March 5.

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In Collection: Erskine Childers Papers
Description: T.J. White argues that Americans are more sympathetic to Ireland than Erskine Childers thinks, largely due to the actions of the Black-and-Tans, and how the "liberal papers" in America are trying to impress upon their readers that the "Sinn Fein movement is far bigger and broader" than the IRA and its violence. T.J. White also warns against the association of Sinn Fein groups in America with pro-German groups due to the American public being hostile to German propaganda, and refers to the friction amongst Irish-Americans groups over the "De Valera loan" which is causing the St Patrick Parade to split into two parades.
Main Creator: White, T.J.
Language: English
Extent: 1 item (2 pages).
Format: MANUSCRIPT
Call Number: MS 48,056/11 (Manuscripts Reading Room)
Rights: Reproduction rights owned by the National Library of Ireland.