Subseries 3 - Anti-Treaty Publicity Material

Easter Week Repeats Itself Anti-Treaty Political Cartoons Yesterday the RIC were Irishmen who took guns and orders from England: to-day Free-State soldiers... Republican Handbills Republican Cartoons To the memory of five brave Irishmen who died for Ireland. Leo Dowling. Sylvester Heaney. Laurenc... Who killed Cathal Brugha? In memory of Cathal Brugha and Harry Boland ... To the Free State Soldiers What is an Irregular?
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IE CA IR-1/7/3

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Anti-Treaty Publicity Material

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  • 1922-1924 (Creation)

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28 items and 15 files; Printed and typescript

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Some Irish Capuchins displayed a noticeable sympathy with the republican interest during the Civil War. The Church Street community maintained close ties with various republicans including Frank Gallagher who carried out propaganda work on various Anti-Treaty bulletins, newsletters and publications. Gallagher worked alongside Erskine Childers (who was also on good terms with some Capuchin friars) on the republican publicity staff. Both men sided with Éamon de Valera in the Treaty debates. Gallagher and Robert Brennan were significant contributors to the 'Daily Bulletin' which was produced at this time (See CA/IR/1/8/3/8). As a consequence, most of the tracts and publicity material obtained by the Capuchins reflected a rigidity to the Sinn Féin version of the conflict and demonstrated an implacable hostility to the Treaty and its supporters.

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