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ISNI: 
0000 0004 3699 2179
Name: 
Aiken, Frank
Frank Aiken (diplomaat uit Ierland (1898-1983))
Frank Aiken (irischer Politiker)
Frank Aiken (Irish Republican Army commander and politician)
Frank Aiken (irländsk diplomat)
Frank Aiken (irsk diplomat)
Frank Aiken (politicien irlandais)
Proinsias Mac Aodhagáin
프런시어스 막 이야간
Dates: 
1898-1983
Creation class: 
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Language material
Manuscript language material
Related names: 
Brennan, Robert (1881-1964)
Ceannt, Áine (1880-1954)
Fianna Fáil Affiliation (see also from)
Hyde, Douglas (1860-1949)
Ireland. Dept. of External Affairs
Irish Republican Army
Irish Republican Army Affiliation (see also from)
Lemass, Seán (1899-1971)
Lynch, Liam (1893-1923)
Sinn Féin Affiliation (see also from)
Ua Ceallaigh, Seán (1872-1957)
United Nations. General Assembly
Yeats, W. B. (1865-1939)
Yeats, William Butler (1865-1939)
Titles: 
1922 July 17, Headquarters, 4th Northern Division [to] all officers and men
Album of Cuala Press Cards formerly owned by Douglas Hyde
common name of irishman, The : speech of the Minister for External Affairs, Mr. Frank Aiken, at the Fermanagh County Feis, 19th July, 1953
Correspondence between Joseph McGarrity and Frank Aiken
Eoin O'Duffy Papers
Financing peace-keeping, disarmament, Middle East, South West Africa, International Security
Fórsaí Costanta na hÉireann certificate of the appointment of Liam O hUallacháin to the rank of Major, signed by Dubhghlas de hÍde [Douglas Hyde] (President), Éamon de Valera (Taoiseach), and Proinnsias Mac Aodhgáin [Frank Aiken] (Minister for Defence)
Frank Aiken, 2014:
Ireland at the United Nations
[Letter] 1923 April 27, Dublin [to the Delegation of the Republic of Ireland in France], Paris.
Letter addressed to Commdt. Dan Breen, T.D.
Letter from Emrys Hughes M.P. to Frank Aiken, Minister for External Affairs of Ireland, sending him material of historical interest; a letter and a receipt signed by James Connolly
Letter from Frank Aiken, Chief of Staff, IRA, ordering that the members of the Provisional Government who voted for the "Enemy Murder Bill" and Free State Army Officers who approved of the Bill should be shot on sight
Letter from Frank Aiken, Chief of Staff, IRA, to all units regarding the Republican prisoners on hunger strike and warning that the "enemy" will try different tactics to break the strike
Letter from Frank Aiken to Joseph McGarrity, asking his opinion on recruiting "old I.R.A. men" into local American organisations to "continue their work for Ireland"
Letter from Frank Aiken to Joseph McGarrity regarding the application of Mr Hugh Grogan for a Disability Pension, with enclosed letter from the secretary of the Department of Defence of the Irish Free State to his sister Miss Jane Grogan regarding the same
Letter from Frank Aiken to Joseph McGarrity requesting acknowledgement that McGarrity has received his last missive and seeking an answer to his suggestion
Letter from Joseph McGarrity to General Frank Aiken inviting him to Atlantic City in spite of their disagreements
Letter from the A/General [Con Moloney?] to C/Staff [Frank Aiken] of the Irish Republican Army, regarding the peace movement and the continuing fighting during the Civil War in Ireland, with mention of the Republican prisoners including Ernie O'Malley
Liam Lynch Letters
Minutes of the IRA Army Executive
Mountjoy strike. The call to the army [appealing for a stricter discipline and civic spirit., The
On Fianna Fáil : a call to unity.
Order of the day
Speeches delivered
Telegram from the Minister for Defence [Frank Aiken] to Mrs [Áine] Éamonn Ceannt requesting her attendance at a meeting for the Central Council of the Irish Red Cross
Thomas H. Nally papers
Towards unity and peace : a speech ... on the partition problem, with an open letter to Sir Basil Brooks, Prime Minister of Northern Ireland.
Typed and signed letter from Frank Aiken to Dr. Richard Hayes of the National Library of Ireland, enclosing a letter of James Stephens and asking Dr. Hayes to send letters of acknowledgement to Mr. Joseph Scott and Miss Kenealy
VIII.iii. Christmas cards sent to Robert Brennan
VIII. Miscellaneous Papers
Notes: 
Sources: 
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