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de Valera

Eamon . 1882--1975, Irish statesman; president of Sinn F?in (1917--26) and of the D?il (1918--22); formed the Fianna F?il party (1927); prime minister (1937--48; 1951--54; 1957--59) and president (1959--73) of the Irish Republic
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Face Off: De Valera v Churchill on Tuesday, October 16, at 10.
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CLUMSY Eamon De Valera defended his signing of a book of condolences for Hitler after the Nazi butcher's suicide, it emerged yesterday.
Prof Brian Girvan says De Valera was well aware of the extermination of Jews by Nazis during the war but still identified with Hitler's army.
Shortly after the win De Valera went on to become President of Sinn Fein and the Irish Volunteers.
Meanwhile, Sile De Valera has been seen around Leinster House with her right arm in a sling.
Colonel Coughlan "left it as a dying request" that Sean Collins would approach De Valera and ask for him to attend the commemoration.
Air passengers to Shannon may fly into Eamon de Valera airport in future
Mr Justice Eamon de Valera was urged to consider Ms Ellison was "speaking from the grave" as she did not leave EUR225,000 to Gary.
One of the few surviving 1916 revolutionaries - he was spared execution due to his US citizenship - de Valera ran the country for decades after independence.
EAMON de Valera humiliated British forces in 1919 when he led a legendary escape from England's Lincoln Prison.