Memorandum in support of Ireland's claims to be recognised as a sovereign and independent state' Leaflet
Pontifical Irish College
Gavan Duffy, George; Ó Ceallaigh, Seán T.
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Printed leaflet by Seán T.Ó Ceallaigh and George Gavan Duffy, Paris, entitled 'Memorandum in support of Ireland's claims to being recognised as a sovereign and independent state'. Arguing from its early existence as a nation, its good record of politicians of integrity and of tolerant integration of foreign groups. Arguing against the continued pretences of Britain to governing Ireland, on pretexts of military and civilisational advantages to both. Invoking President Wilson's tenets on justice for all the peoples, and binding England to its professed adherence to the same principles. Discussing the good consequences of Ireland's entry into the society of free nations, not the least England's restoration of its good name before the peoples of Europe and beyond. Attached a flier entitled 'Does Ireland need England?', with statistics proving the economic sustainability of other small countries.
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