Members of the 11th Dáil
|11th Dáil Éireann|
|Meeting place||Leinster House|
|Term||1 July 1943 – 10 May 1944|
|Election||1943 general election|
|Government||Government of the 11th Dáil|
|Ceann Comhairle||Frank Fahy|
|Taoiseach||Éamon de Valera|
|Tánaiste||Seán T. O'Kelly|
|Chief Whip||Eamonn Kissane
— Paddy Smith
until 2 July 1943
|Leader of the Opposition||Thomas F. O'Higgins
— W. T. Cosgrave
until January 1944
This is a list of members who were elected to the 11th Dáil Éireann, the lower house of the Oireachtas (legislature) of Ireland. These TDs (Members of Parliament) were elected at the 1943 general election on 23 June 1943 and met on 1 July 1943. The 11th Dáil was dissolved by President Douglas Hyde, at the request of the Taoiseach Éamon de Valera on 9 May 1944. The 11th Dáil lasted 342 days. There were no by-elections during the 11th Dáil.
Composition of the 11th Dáil
|Party||June 1943||May 1944|
|Clann na Talmhan||14||13|
|National Labour Party||0||5|
Government party denoted with bullet (•)
This is a graphical comparison of party strengths in the 11th Dáil from July 1943.
- Note that this was not the official seating plan.
TDs by constituency
The list of the 138 TDs elected, is given in alphabetical order by constituency.
|July 1943||Donegal East||Independent||Clann na Talmhan||William Sheldon (CnaT) resigns from Clann na Talmhan|
|7 January 1945||Cork South-East||National Labour Party||Labour Party||Thomas Looney resigns from the Labour Party and joins the National Labour Party|
|7 January 1945||Kerry North||National Labour Party||Labour Party||Dan Spring resigns from the Labour Party and joins the National Labour Party|
|7 January 1945||Kilkenny||National Labour Party||Labour Party||James Pattison resigns from the Labour Party and joins the National Labour Party|
|7 January 1945||Wexford||National Labour Party||Labour Party||John O'Leary resigns from the Labour Party and joins the National Labour Party|
|7 January 1945||Wicklow||National Labour Party||Labour Party||James Everett resigns from the Labour Party and joins the National Labour Party as its Leader|