Ernest Blythe in Ulster: The Making of a Double Agent?
Ernest Blythe (1889-1975) was a central figure in the Irish revolution and the first decade of the Irish Free State. He was a leading republican organiser before 1916, a Dáil minister from 1919, and a controversial member of Cosgrave’s executive council, becoming vice-president after the murder of O’Higgins. ..
Published date: January 1, 2018