Sinn Féin (Q76382)

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Irish republican political party
  • Sinn Fein
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Sinn Féin
Irish republican political party
  • Sinn Fein

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CAIN: People: Biographies of People Prominent During 'the Troubles' - O (English)
5 December 2002
22 December 2015
In January 1970 Ó Brádaigh became President of PSF (1970-83) (English)
This move was taken as a clear indication of his declining influence and two years later he in 1983 he resigned as President of PSF (English)
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Gerry Adams TD (English)
Gerry Adams has been President of Sinn Fein since 1983 (English)
22 December 2015
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Tomás Mac Giolla remembered (English)
22 December 2015
In the course of a lifetime of revolutionary political activity he was elected President of Sinn Féin in 1962. He guided the party through the split of 1969/70 and when the party became Sinn Féin The Workers Party in 1977 he remained as President. (English)
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About Sinn Féin Ireland (English)
Irish Republican party dedicated to the reunification of Ireland and the creation of a 32-county democratic socialist republic (English)
22 December 2015
28 November 1905Gregorian
Sinn Féin (Irish)
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Remembering the Past - Founding of Sinn Féin 1905 (English)
On 28 November 1905, 100 years ago, Sinn Féin was founded in the Rotunda, Dublin. (English)
22 December 2015
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