Manifesto to the Irish Volunteers after the Volunteer split.

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Title

Manifesto to the Irish Volunteers after the Volunteer split.

Creator

The Irish Volunteers

Description

The final issue of the Irish Review features another 'Manifesto to the Irish Volunteers' a document which illustrates the 1914 Volunteer split following Redmond’s exhortation to the Irish Volunteers to fight in the First World War. The foundational manifesto of the Irish Volunteers first appeared in the December 1913 issue of the Review after the Volunteers’ first meeting at the Rotunda on 25th November. The 1914 piece in the Review restates the initial priorities of the organisation and its unwillingness to compromise with Redmond’s decision. As a companion piece to this manifesto, the Review also published ‘Twenty Plain Facts for Irishmen’.

Source

UCD Library Special Collections, the Curran Collection https://library.ucd.ie/iii/encore/record/C__Rb1888593

Publisher

The Irish Review Publishing Company

Date

September - November 1914

Contributor

[no text]

Rights

Image reproduced from the original held in UCD Library Special Collections

Subject

Irish Review

Relation

[no text]

Format

print journal article

Type

Article

Language

English

Coverage

Dublin, Ireland, September-November 1914

Identifier

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Text

http://www.jstor.org/stable/30063328

Original Format

Print Journal Article

Files

Photograph of the first page of theIrish Review(Sept.-Nov. 1914)
Photograph of pages from the last issue of theIrish Review(Sept-Nov 1914)
Date Added
June 11, 2015
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Citation
The Irish Volunteers, “Manifesto to the Irish Volunteers after the Volunteer split.,” Revival to Revolution: The Literary Career of Thomas MacDonagh, accessed July 20, 2018, https://revival2revolution.omeka.net/items/show/28.