Irish Election Literature

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Leaflet from Corina Johnston – Labour – Rush Lusk #LE19 April 30, 2019


A Leaflet from Corina Johnston of Labour running in Rush Lusk for a seat on Fingal County Council
Many thanks to the sender

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Cosaint Shibhialta Bás Beatha ,a 1965 Civil Defence booklet on Survival in a Nuclear War. December 30, 2018


Cosaint Shibhialta Bás Beatha ,a 1965 Civil Defence booklet on Survival in a nuclear war. I’ve scanned and uploaded it in pdf format here

 

“Republican News” Single sheet flyer from 1937 November 8, 2018

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From 1937 (The IRA was banned in 1936) a copy of Republican News that was just a single sheet of paper, probably illustrating the difficulty trying to print a full paper at the time.
AN interesting read and it is highly critical of Fianna Fail.

 

“Pope Francis, We ask you to:” Leaflet from Ending Clergy Abuse August 28, 2018

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A leaflet distributed during the visit of Pope Francis to Ireland, “Pope Francis, We ask you to:” from a group called Ending Clergy Abuse.
Many thanks to the sender.

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“Keep The Doctor in the House” Noel Browne -National Progressive Democrats 1961 General Election -Dublin South East August 23, 2018


From the 1961 General Election an ad for Noel Browne who was running for the shortlived National Progressive Democrats in Dublin South East. Browne was elected.

 

“Eamon deValera” -The Nations Tribute – Magazine produced after Devs death August 7, 2018

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A magazine tribute produced after the death of Eamon DeValera giving a biography of him, details of the funeral , lot’s of photos and more. I’ve uploaded it in pdf format here

 

Programme for Shamrock Rovers Ireland XI V Brazil – July 1973 July 7, 2018


A bit of Sporting History , The Match Programme for the clash between a Shamrock Rovers XI and the then reigning World Cup Winners ,Brazil. The historic friendly match saw Brazil play a team of players from both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. Unable to officially call themselves an “All-Ireland” team, they were called a “Shamrock Rovers All Ireland XI” and played in Rovers colours.
I’ve scanned and uploaded the Match Programme in pdf format here

 

 
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