Michael collins

In high school I did a report on Michael Collins.  It was one of the first papers I actually had a deep interest in researching and writing.  Michael Collins was a hero, a brilliant example and a revolutionary leader to all the Irish.

In high school I did a report on Michael Collins. It was one of the first papers I actually had a deep interest in researching and writing. Michael Collins was a hero, a brilliant example and a revolutionary leader to all the Irish.

Michael Collins ("The Big Fella") A leader of the Irish Rebellion.  Director of Intelligence during the rebellion and later led the Irish Delegation in negotiations with the British to enact the Anglo-Irish Peace Treaty.  Assassinated in 1922 during the Irish Civil War - he was 32 years old.

Today is the anniversary of the death of Irish revolutionary leader Michael Collins. On August Collins was shot and killed while fighting for freedom during the Irish Civil War. Check out his family tree on Geni!

Michael Collins (Irish revolutionary leader, financial minister,Director of Intelligence of the IRA) He was key in the Irish War of Independence and tried to work with England and it's Parliament to achieve such. In the Irish Treaty which he signed it made Ireland a free state

Michael Collins, was an Irish revolutionary leader, Minister for Finance and Teachta Dála (TD) for Cork South in the First Dáil of Director of Intelligence for the IRA, and member of the Irish delegation during the Anglo-Irish Treaty negotiations.

Michael Collins

Michael Collins, Irish revolutionary leader, founder of the Irish Free State. Fought and died for Irish freedom.

Michael Collins, Irish revolutionary...since St. Patty's is on Saturday

Michael Collins ( Míċeál Ó Coileáin; 16 October 1890 – 22 August , Irish revolutionary leader and founder of the Irish Free State.

On this day, 28th June 1922 Michael Collins gave the order to bombard the Four Courts with artillery shells in an attempt to remove anti-Treaty IRA. This was to be the start of the Irish Civil War.

June 1922 Michael Collins gave the order to bombard the Four Courts with artillery shells in an attempt to remove anti-Treaty IRA. This was to be the start of the Irish Civil War.

Michael Collins (centre) and Seán MacEoin (far right)

Ryle Dwyer examines how attitudes to Michael Collins have fluctuated through the decades, including a period when he was almost forgotten

General Michael Collins. If he had lived I think he might have changed Irish history.

Ireland - General Michael Collins - If he had lived I think he might have changed Irish history

D. Michael Collins Architects Winding River - D. Michael Collins Architects

D. Michael Collins Architects Winding River - D. Michael Collins Architects

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