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album Eamonn de Valera / Unknown Artist - Recognition Of The Republic Of Ireland / Irish Waltz mp3 download

album Eamonn de Valera / Unknown Artist - Recognition Of The Republic Of Ireland / Irish Waltz mp3 download

Performer: Eamonn de Valera
Album: Recognition Of The Republic Of Ireland / Irish Waltz
Released: 1920
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Irish Waltz: Introducing "Barney O'Hea," "Those Endearing Young Charms," "Low Back'd Chair," "Come Back To Erin. Arranged By – Maurice Smith. Companies, etc. Pressed By – Columbia Graphophone Company Distributed By – Columbia Graphophone Company. Orchestra – Prince's Band (tracks: B). Notes. A royalty of twenty-five cents on each record made by President de Valera will be paid to The American Association For The Recognition Of Ireland. A: recorded New York, NY, ca. March 1920

amon de Valera sent the Irish plenipotentiaries to the 1921 negotiations in London with several draft treaties and secret instructions from his cabinet to ascertain how the association of Ireland with the community of nations known as the British Empire can best be reconciled with Irish national aspirations". On 29 September Lloyd George reiterated to de Valera that recognition of the Irish republic was "a recognition which no British Government can accord", and he repeated his invitation for talks on "ascertaining how the association of Ireland with the community of nations known as the British Empire may best be reconciled with Irish national aspirations", to start in London on 11 October

Speech by Éamon De Valera, President, Republic of Ireland. No, the Irish do not hate England. The Irish desire peace with England and the rest of the world. Reverse side of original disc is music selection: Irish waltz, arranged by Maurice F. Smith; performed by Prince's Orchestra (Nation's Forum matrix 37294). Without label; data handwritten on sleeve.

Eamon De Valera: Ireland’s Forgotten Father. Despite the fact that he was quite literally the father of modern Irish politics, the late. leader Eamon de Valera is shown little memorial in his death. central to the political development and maturation of an independent Irish Republic for more. than half a century, is often forgotten in the tales and memorials of Ireland’s past.

Eamon de Valera was an Irish politician and patriot, one of the leaders of Ireland's struggle for independence from the United Kingdom. This biography provides detailed information about his childhood, life, achievements, works & timeline. Eamon de Valera was an Irish politician and patriot, one of the leaders of Ireland's struggle for independence from the United Kingdom.

The irony of de Valera’s three abdications is that they led to the establishment of what today is the Republic of Ireland: - When he left Ireland in May 1919 he delegated the war to Collins who, through his intelligence system and intimidation, beat the British. By not going to London to lead the negotiations for the Treaty-and by sending Collins-he got the nation he tried to disown in the Dáil debates.

Eamon de Valera inspects troops outside the GPO in Dublin on the 25th anniversary of the 1916 Easter Rising: The English have an innate distaste for de Valera because he personifies an independent Irish national identity, claims historian Ronan Fanning. Photograph: Keystone/Getty Images

When Winston Churchill attacked Irish taoiseach Éamon de Valera 70 years ago at the end of the second world war for what he regarded as southern Ireland’s shameful neutrality, De Valera responded in a dignified and firm way. Irish neutrality was the logical culmination of De Valera’s mission to achieve Irish sovereignty, and as far as he was concerned the capacity to implement an independent foreign policy was the ultimate measure of that sovereignty. It also convincingly challenges some of the narrow castigations of De Valera as a hysterical anglophobe.

amon de Valera was born on 14 October 1882 in New York City, the son of Catherine Coll-an Irishwoman originally from Bruree, County Limerick-and Juan Vivion de Valera, described on the birth certificate as an artist born in Spain. His parents were reportedly married on 18 September 1881 at St Patrick's Church in Jersey City, New Jersey, but archivists have not located any such marriage certificate or any birth, baptismal, or death certificate information for anyone called Juan Vivion de Valera (nor for "de Valeros", an alternative spelling). The mission had three objectives: to ask for official recognition of the Irish Republic, to float a loan to finance the work of the Government (and by extension, the Irish Republican Army), and to secure the support of the American people for the republic.

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A Eamonn de Valera Recognition Of The Republic Of Ireland 4:27
B Unknown Artist Irish Waltz: Introducing "Barney O'Hea," "Those Endearing Young Charms," "Low Back'd Chair," "Come Back To Erin."
Arranged By – Maurice Smith

Companies, etc.

  • Pressed By – Columbia Graphophone Company
  • Distributed By – Columbia Graphophone Company

Credits

  • Orchestra [Uncredited] – Prince's Band (tracks: B)

Notes

A royalty of twenty-five cents on each record made by President de Valera will be paid to The American Association For The Recognition Of Ireland.

A: recorded New York, NY, ca. March 1920.
B: recorded New York, NY, May 20, 1915.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A side runout, stamped): 49783
  • Matrix / Runout (A side, stamped on label): 3-A-1
  • Matrix / Runout (B side runout, stamped): 37294
  • Matrix / Runout (B side, stamped on label): 37294-2
  • Matrix / Runout (B side, stamped on label): 2-E-12
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