1978 Prisoners Aid Committee Letter for day of solidarity with Irish Political Prisoners April 20, 2016
Leaflet for Dennis Murphy -SW Inner City and Martin Byrne -North Inner City – Ind (IRSP ) -1999 Local Elections November 10, 2014
From the 1999 Local Elections a Leaflet from Dennis Murphy and Martin Byrne who were running as IRSP backed Independent Republican Socialist candidates for seats on Dublin City Council. Murphy stood in The South West Inner City polling 81 votes whilst Byrne stood in The North Inner City polling 73 votes.
Many thanks to the sender.
“Spoil Your Vote..and Spoil it early” from Republican News -1973 Northern Ireland Assembly Elections October 30, 2014
From an “Evening Edition” of Republican News dated the 27th of June 1973 a ‘Ten Point Summary’ as to why Repubicans should spoil their vote in the Northern Ireland Assembly Elections which took place the following day.
From the 1981 General Election Leaflets from Hunger Striker Kevin Lynch who was running in Waterford. He polled 3,337 votes but failed to win a seat. He died on the 1st August 1981.
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“Don’t Let More Prisoners Die In The Blocks” -June 1981 Leaflet from Cabra H-Block Group October 8, 2013
From late June 1981 a leaflet issued by the Dublin7/ Cabra H-Block Group “Don’t Let More Prisoners Die In The Blocks” .At this stage four of the Hunger Strikers had died. Bobby Sands, Kieran Doherty and Paddy Agnew had all been elected to The Dail or Westminster. The leaflet also advertises activities that were coming up.
Flyer for an Anti Internment Public Meeting Sat 14th September featuring Clare Daly and others September 9, 2013
‘Seventy Seven Arguments Against The Treaty’.. Every Vote for The Free State is a vote for 777 More Executions. August 21, 2013
A striking poster from I would imagine the lead up to the June 1927 General Election regarding executions in the Civil War. The ‘Seventy Seven Arguments Against The Treaty’ refers to the 77 executions during the Civil War (this figure is disputed and may have been 81).
We also have quotes from Patrick Hogan and Kevin O’Higgins
“You did not think we’d Execute Irishmen, We did and we’ll bloody well execute again!”
“I stand by the seventy-seven executions and seven hundred and seventy seven more if necessary”
Some information on Executions during the Civil War
I took a picture of this poster at a recent visit to Kilmainham Gaol which is well worth a visit.