Thursday December 5, 2019

Portraits in Power: Éamon de Valera

A political force of nature for almost 60 years, Éamon de Valera strengthened Irish sovereignty but accelerated the divergence between North and South, writes David McCullagh

11th August, 2019
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Party: Fianna Fáil

Constituency: East Clare

In office: December 1937-February 1948, June 1951-June 1954, March 1957-June 1959

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