AN PHOBLACHT. THE REPUBLIC

Data di pubblicazione: 1966
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Mimeographed, stapled Irish Republican political newsletter, ‘consciously working twards the establishment of a new and dynamic revolutionary effort in Ireland.’ Includes comment and articles by such as Eoin McDonail, Aodh MacElroy, etc. Two issues, no.5 May 1966 and no.10 March-April 1967. Both are lightly frayed but the contents remain bright enough. Uncommon. Codice inventario libreria

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Titolo: AN PHOBLACHT. THE REPUBLIC
Data di pubblicazione: 1966
Legatura: Soft cover
Condizione libro: Good

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Patrick Little (ed.)
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Descrizione libro Republican Press Ltd. Condizione: Good. 1933. Newspapers. New series. Vol. VIII, No.37. Anti-Free State Irish newspaper. An Phoblacht shows that the civil war wounds remain bitter in Irish society, and remains the paper of the modern day Sinn Féin. Some tears, but remains a very readable copy. 8pp. Revolutionary Ireland. . . . . Books ship from the US and Ireland. Codice articolo KTJ0003030

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Patrick Little (ed.)
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Descrizione libro Republican Press Ltd. Condizione: Good. 1933. Newspapers. New series. Vol. VIII, No.37. Anti-Free State Irish newspaper. An Phoblacht shows that the civil war wounds remain bitter in Irish society, and remains the paper of the modern day Sinn F?in. Some tears, but remains a very readable copy. 8pp. Revolutionary Ireland. . . . . Codice articolo KTJ0003030

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Descrizione libro Dublin, 1919. Soft Cover. Condizione: Fair. An incomplete run from No. 1 - 12 except lacking Issue No.2. 11 of the first 12 issues present. Front cover of first issue is stained as are edges of page margins. Lacking too the last leaf of No.12. Soft cover binding. Darrell Figgis (1882-1925) was born in Rathmines in Dublin. He spent the first 10 years of his childhood in Calcutta, India where his father worked in the tea business. After that he spent some time in London working in the tea business and became interested in literature and wrote poetry. He became interested in the Irish Volunteers in Dublin in 1913. While in London, he became involved with a group gun runners who financed and supplied German rifles to the Volunteers. This group of gun-runners included Molly and Erskine Childers, Mary Spring Rice, Alice Stopford Green and Sir Roger Casement. He travelled with Erskine Childers, initially to Belgium and from there to Germany to make the purchase of the army surplus Mauser rifles. Figgis then chartered the tug Gladiator, from which the arms were transferred at sea to the Childers' yacht Asgard and Conor O'Brien's Kelpie. As well as the Childers and Spring Rice, Asgard was crewed by Captain Gordon Shephard of the Royal Flying Corps, and Patrick McGinley and Charles Duggan, two fishermen from Gola Island, Donegal. At this time the Royal Navy was patrolling the Irish Sea in anticipation of imminent war with Germany, and Figgis was tasked with taking a motor boat to Lambay Island to signal to the Asgard the all-clear.By his own account, he was unable to persuade the skipper of the pilot vessel to put to sea as one of the worst storms in many years had been raging. Due to luck and the skill of the crews, the three over-laden yachts arrived at their destinations. Figgis, accompanied by Seán McGarry, watched Asgard helplessly from Howth pier until Erskine, with Molly at the helm, decided to take a calculated risk and sailed into the harbour. Against the odds, the conspiracy with Casement, Eoin MacNeill and Bulmer Hobson to buy rifles in Germany and land them safely in Ireland had succeeded. A large party of Volunteers, on their way to Dublin with rifles and ammunition was confronted by a detachment of the King's Own Scottish Borderers and Dublin Metropolitan Police. With their route blocked, Figgis and Thomas MacDonagh engaged the officers in an attempt to distract them. Figgis gave much of the credit for co-ordinating the quiet dispersal of the Volunteers with their contraband to "Commandant Kerrigan, a former soldier." He lived a rather comlicated personal life and his wief committed suicide and his lover died as a result of an attempted abortion. He himself died in London in 1925 of suspected suicide. He started to edit this newspaer in 1918. It is uncommonand rather scarce. Size: Folio. Codice articolo 018537

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