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Harry Boland biography sets record straight on a leading figure in fight for independence

Jim Maher presents a character who, despite being remembered mostly for his failures, was in fact a charming, energetic man who played a key role in the forming of the Irish state

12th April, 2020
Harry Boland, Michael Collins and Eamon De Valera, circa 1920. Picture: Getty


Harry Boland: A Biography

By Jim Maher

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