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Armed Gallery

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Choose from 5 pictures in our Armed collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Michael Collins 1890-1922) Irish Nationalist, Sinn Fein leader, founder and director
Michael Collins 1890-1922) Irish Nationalist, Sinn Fein leader, founder and director
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Eniskillin prisoners being brought to Kilmainham Jail - 1916 Dick Donohue and Tom
Eniskillin prisoners being brought to Kilmainham Jail - 1916 Dick Donohue and Tom
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Relatives allowed to visit the prisoners in the Richmond Barracks, Dublin, three times a week
Relatives allowed to visit the prisoners in the Richmond Barracks, Dublin, three times a week
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Mohamed Ben Hafid, The Moroccan Outlaw who is badly wanted in Spain 10, 000 Peseta
Mohamed Ben Hafid, The Moroccan Outlaw who is badly wanted in Spain 10, 000 Peseta
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With the defence corps on Wimbledon common One of the recruits on duty in the camp 14
With the defence corps on Wimbledon common One of the recruits on duty in the camp 14
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Michael Collins 1890-1922) Irish Nationalist, Sinn Fein leader, founder and director Featured Image

Michael Collins 1890-1922) Irish Nationalist, Sinn Fein leader, founder and director

Michael Collins 1890-1922) Irish Nationalist, Sinn Fein leader, founder and director of intelligence of the Irish Republican Army 1919, minister for finance in the provisional government of the Irish Free State 1922, and for ten days Head of State before being killed. Born in County Cork, he became an active member of the Irish Republican Brotherhood and in 1916 fought in the Easter Rising. In 1918 he was elected a Sinn Fein member to the Dail, and became a minister in the Republican Provisional government. In 1921 he and Arthur Griffith were mainly responsible for the treaty that established the Irish Free State. During the ensuing civil war, Collins took command and crushed the opposition in Dublin and the large towns within a few weeks. When Griffiths died Collins became head of the state and the army, but he was ambushed near Cork by fellow Irishmen on 22nd August and killed. Topfoto stills library picture library stock archive vintage Ireland Irish Rebellion 1916

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