Irish Freedom

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Irish Freedom
Irish Freedom.jpg
Type Former monthly newspaper
Founded November 1910
Political alignment republican
Ceased publication 1914

Irish Freedom was launched in November 1910, as an Irish monthly publication of the Irish Republican Brotherhood movement. It lasted for four years until suppressed in 1914 by the British.[1]

It was founded in by Tom Clarke in 1910 with financial help from John Daly and Patrick McCartan.[2]

The newspaper Saoirse Irish Freedom which repaced the Republican Bulletin, the official paper of the Republican Sinn Féin in May 1987 takes its name from the newspaper.[3]

Notable contributors[edit]

Contributors included:[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Treasure Islands: Studies in Children's Literature By Mary Shine Thompson, Celia Keenan, Four Courts Press, 2006, ISBN 1-85182-941-5, pp.34 [1]
  2. ^ Helen Litton. 16 Lives:Edward Daly. p. 45. 
  3. ^ a b Saoirse – Irish Freedom

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