Telegram from O'Connor, Vice President of the American Association for the Recognition of Irish Republic to Pope Pius XI
Pontifical Irish College
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Typescript copies of telegram from O'Connor, Vice-president of the American Association for Recognition of Irish Republic, New York, to Pope Pius XI � forwarded by Fr. Elia Magennis, Sforza [Pallavicini], Rome, to Monsignor Luzio, (Hagan), and Mussolini, for press. Telegram states that the Irish race at home and oversees will continue to frustrate England's imperial rule in Ireland; certainty of eventual victory. While the Vatican stands by, the faith of Irish people is shaken. Calling for a full free plebiscite on the republic, based on an international commission. [late 1922]
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