• S. H. Steinberg
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Eire is, in Mr. de Valera’s official definition (given in the Dáil on 19 June, 1946), ’an independent republic associated, as a matter of external policy, with the states of the British Commonwealth.’


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Books of Reference

Eire: Books of Reference

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