Michael Collins Irish Civil War 1922 Died In Battle Against Terr
This American Daily newspaper is original and dates to Wednesday August 23rd 1922.
Headline tells of the killing of Michael Collins, Commander-in-Chief of the Irish Free State Army and former leader of the Irish Republic Army.
Died In Battle Against Terrific Odds.
Lloyd George Pays Tribute To Collins.
De Valera's Arrest Demanded. Commandant Dalton Wounded.
Originating from Akron, Ohio, USA, the newspaper was sent to Co Monaghan Ireland It has been passed down in Time.
The newspaper is of Irish historical interest because of the headline and shows how high esteem Michael Collins was held in throughout the world.
The newspaper was kept in a clear plastic bag and unfortunately was folded over. Because of this the folding crease is coming apart. Hopefully, the buyer of this piece of history will be able to prolong the life of the newspaper.