THE TREATY: NOTES

Taken from A History of Ireland by Eleanor Hull

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[1] The Right Hon. Winston Churchill, The World Crisis: The Aftermath, p. 290.

[2] Hayden Talbot, Michael Collins' Own Story, pp. 148-149.

[3] This Document in its original form will be found in P. S. O'Hegarty's The Victory of Sinn Fein, Appendix iii, pp. 210-218.

[4] Hayden Talbot, op. cit., p. 146.

[5] The Right Hon. Winston Churchill, The Crisis: The Aftermath, pp. 305, 336-337. (By kind permission).

[6] These "futilities," of which Mr. Churchill complains, were largely owing to Document No. 2, which Mr. de Vaiera had forced upon his representatives, and to discussions on the Naval clauses, in which Erskine Childers seems to have showed himself frivolous and absurd. (See Hayden Talbot, Michael Collins' Own Story, pp. 71, 72.)

[7] Quoted, with kind permission, from The Right Hon. Winston Churchill, The Crisis: The Aftermath, p. 307.

[8] Michael Collins, The Path to Freedom, pp 34, 35. Hayden Talbot, op. cit., pp. 141, 142.

[9] Michael Collins, The Path to Freedom, pp. 37-39.

[10] Hayden Talbot, op. cit., p. 143.

[11] For this election, see page 436.

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