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Terence MacSwiney Lord Mayor Of Cork

Died on hunger strike

Terence MacSwiney (1879-1920) from Cork City was an Irish Republican, accountant, playwright and historian. He was elected Lord Mayor of Cork in 1920 upon the death of Thomas MacCurtain and died on hunger strike later that year in Brixton Prision, London.

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Terence MacSwiney

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  • Terence MacSwiney (1879-1920) from Cork City was an Irish Republican, accountant, playwright and historian. He was elected Lord Mayor of Cork in 1920 upon the death of Thomas MacCurtain and died on hunger strike later that year in Brixton Prision, London. His death attracted worldwide media attention and focus on the struggle for Irish independence.
  • Also available in attractive mahogany style frame. 

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  • Regular:      12" x 8" inches
  • Also available unframed in following sizes
  • Framed:      14" x 11.5 inches
  • Large:         16" x 12" inches
  • Extra Large: 20" x 16" inches

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  • High quality backing card

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  • Regular size available in attractive mahogany style frame