William Patrick Ryan

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William Patrick Ryan (1867 – 1942), was an Irish author and journalist.

Biography[edit]

Ryan was born near Templemore, County Tipperary. The early part of his career was spent in London, where he worked as a journalist. Upon returning to Ireland he began his own newspapers, titled Peasant and Irish Nation. He was condemned by Cardinal Michael Logue for his radical Socialist views and returned to London in 1910.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1] W. P. Ryan at Ricorso. Retrieved Sep. 23, 2007.
Media offices
Preceded by
George Lansbury
Editor of the Daily Herald
1922
Succeeded by
Hamilton Fyfe