IRA appeal to the Orange Order (1932)

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This address was distributed as leaflets in unionist districts of Belfast by IRA Volunteers. Largely written by Peader O’Donnell, it had been circulated with a covering letter from the IRA’s Adjutant General, Donal O’Donoghue, on 8th July 1932 to newspaper editors. Most, including the Belfast Newsletter, published abridged versions as early as 11th July 1932. The text is as quoted by the Treason Felony blog, following the formatting published in the Kerryman.

 

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