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Brugha, Cathal
Cathal Brugha (irischer Revolutionär und Politiker)
Cathal Brugha (Irish revolutionary and politician)
Cathal Brugha (irländsk politiker)
Cathal Brugha (irsk politikar)
Cathal Brugha (irsk politiker)
Cathal Brugha (politicus uit Ierland (1874-1922))
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Boland, Harry (1887-1922)
Cosgrave, William Thomas (1880-1965)
De Valera, Éamon (1882-1975)
Mac Neill, Eoin (1867-1945)
O'Duffy, Eoin
Pearse, Margaret (1857-1932)
Stack, Austin (1879-1929)
Walsh, Liam D. Captain
Yeats, W. B. (1865-1939)
Yeats, William Butler (1865-1939)
Autograph book containing Second Dáil admission tickets and autographs of politicians
Cathal Brugha: A Íosa Críosta Céasta, déan trócaire ar anam. [Memorial card with photograph]
Circular from Dáil Eireann signed by Cathal Brugha, printed in Irish and dated 25th March 1919, addressed to Patrick McCartan in New York
[Duplicated typescript of Mrs. Brugha's directions for the funeral of her husband, headed Publicity Department, 23 Suffolk Street, Dublin, 9th July, 1922]
Eoin O'Duffy Papers
History's daughter, 2005:
In memory of Cathal Brugha and Harry Boland ... : [Handbill with portrs. and verse].
Letter from Cathal Brugha to George Noble Plunkett, Count Plunkett, informing him that the concert has been postponed and that he does not expect him to carry out the lecture at whatever later date may be set for the event
Letter from Cathal Brugha to Seán T. Ó Ceallaigh
Letter from Rory O'Connor [as Director of Engineering] to Cathal Brugha [as Minister for Defence] discussing a plan to free Robert Childers Barton from Portland Prison by entering the prison as visitors, overpowering the wardens and then fleeing on a motor car
Letters to Patrick McCartan from various correspondents mainly relating to his position as the Irish Provisional Government envoy to the United States
Memorandum "Levies and Collections" from Cathal Brugha, Minister for Defence, to all Officers Commanding in the Irish Volunteers
Piaras Béaslaí Papers
Scheme of organisation [of Sinn Féin]
You have been represented in Westminster for 118 years : in that time ... these terrible facts demonstrate the failure of the parliamentary party at Westminster : so long as Irishmen return an "Irish party" to Westminster : Ireland will be bled as she has been for the last 118 years