Presidents of the Assembly of the League of Nations - Eamon de Valera, Aga Khan III, Giuseppe Motta, Edvard Bene, Afonso Costa, Leon Bourgeois (Paperback)


Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 25. Chapters: Eamon de Valera, Aga Khan III, Giuseppe Motta, Edvard Bene, Afonso Costa, Leon Bourgeois, Rickard Sandler, C. J. Hambro, Nicolae Titulescu, Carlos Saavedra Lamas, Tevfik Ru tu Aras, Agustin Edwards Mac Clure, Paul Hymans, Alberto Guani, Raoul Dandurand, Leaders of the League of Nations, Cosme de la Torriente y Peraza, Mom ilo Nin i, Francisco Castillo Najera, Jose Gustavo Guerrero, Herman Adriaan van Karnebeek, Herluf Zahle, Charles Theodore Te Water. Excerpt: Eamon de Valera (; 14 October 1882 - 29 August 1975) was one of the dominant political figures in twentieth century Ireland, serving as head of government of the Irish Free State and head of government and head of state of Ireland. He also introduced the Constitution of Ireland. De Valera was a leader of Ireland's struggle for independence from Britain in the Irish War of Independence and of the anti-Treaty forces in the ensuing Irish Civil War (1922-23). In 1926, he founded Fianna Fail and was head of government from 1932-48, 1951-54 and 1957-59 and President of Ireland from 1959-73. De Valera was born in New York City in 1882 to an Irish mother; his parents, Catherine Coll (subsequently Mrs Wheelwright), an immigrant from Bruree, County Limerick, and Juan Vivion de Valera, a Cuban settler and sculptor of Spanish descent, were reportedly married on 18 September 1881 at St. Patrick's Church in Jersey City, New Jersey. However, archivists have not located any such marriage certificate or any birth, baptismal or death certificate information for anyone called Juan Vivion de Valera or de Valeros, an alternative spelling. On de Valera's original birth certificate, his name is given as George De Valero and his father is listed as Vivion De Valero. The first name was changed in 1910 to Edward and the surname corrected to de Valera. There were a number of occasion...

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 25. Chapters: Eamon de Valera, Aga Khan III, Giuseppe Motta, Edvard Bene, Afonso Costa, Leon Bourgeois, Rickard Sandler, C. J. Hambro, Nicolae Titulescu, Carlos Saavedra Lamas, Tevfik Ru tu Aras, Agustin Edwards Mac Clure, Paul Hymans, Alberto Guani, Raoul Dandurand, Leaders of the League of Nations, Cosme de la Torriente y Peraza, Mom ilo Nin i, Francisco Castillo Najera, Jose Gustavo Guerrero, Herman Adriaan van Karnebeek, Herluf Zahle, Charles Theodore Te Water. Excerpt: Eamon de Valera (; 14 October 1882 - 29 August 1975) was one of the dominant political figures in twentieth century Ireland, serving as head of government of the Irish Free State and head of government and head of state of Ireland. He also introduced the Constitution of Ireland. De Valera was a leader of Ireland's struggle for independence from Britain in the Irish War of Independence and of the anti-Treaty forces in the ensuing Irish Civil War (1922-23). In 1926, he founded Fianna Fail and was head of government from 1932-48, 1951-54 and 1957-59 and President of Ireland from 1959-73. De Valera was born in New York City in 1882 to an Irish mother; his parents, Catherine Coll (subsequently Mrs Wheelwright), an immigrant from Bruree, County Limerick, and Juan Vivion de Valera, a Cuban settler and sculptor of Spanish descent, were reportedly married on 18 September 1881 at St. Patrick's Church in Jersey City, New Jersey. However, archivists have not located any such marriage certificate or any birth, baptismal or death certificate information for anyone called Juan Vivion de Valera or de Valeros, an alternative spelling. On de Valera's original birth certificate, his name is given as George De Valero and his father is listed as Vivion De Valero. The first name was changed in 1910 to Edward and the surname corrected to de Valera. There were a number of occasion...

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August 2011

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