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Michael Collins (Irish: Mícheál Ó Coileáin) 16 October 1890 – 22 August 1922) was an Irish revolutionary, soldier, and politician who was a leading figure in the early-20th-century Irish struggle for independence. He was Chairman of the Provisional Government of the Irish Free State from January 1922 until his assassination in August 1922.

Tags: ireland-gift, irish, come-out-ye-black-and-tans, erin-go-bragh, clonakilty

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Éirinn go Brách translates to "Ireland to the End of Time" or "Ireland Forever." The term has been endeared by Irish Volunteers in military service and to show pride in Irish heritage by Irish and their immigrants abroad. The Celtic Harp requires great skill and long hours of practice to play, which afforded it the association with the Gaelic ruling class. The Celtic hound motif is believed to signify loyalty, love, health and good luck.

Tags: luck-of-the-irish, irish-american, celtic-hound, erin-go-bragh, eire-go-brach

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"Come Out, Ye Black and Tans" (sometimes "Come Out, Ye Black and Tan") is an Irish rebel song referring to the Black and Tans, the British paramilitary police auxiliary force of the RIC in Ireland during the 1920s. The song was written by Dominic Behan as a tribute to his father Stephen, although authorship of the song is often attributed to Stephen. The melody was adapted from an old air, "Rosc Catha na Mumhan" (Irish for "Battlecry of Munster") by Piaras Mac Gearailt (Pierce FitzGerald, c.1709-c.1792), which is also used for the loyalist song, "The Boyne Water," as well as several other songs in English and Irish.

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Come Out Ye Black and Tans! Poster und Kunst

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Erin Go Bragh! Original Irish Design

Tags: easter-rising, sinn-fein, slainte, belfast, county-cork

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Erin Go Bragh / Original Irish Pride Design

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Erin go Bragh, sometimes Erin go Braugh, is the anglicisation of an Irish language phrase, Éirinn go Brách, and is used to express allegiance to Ireland. It is most often translated as "Ireland Forever."

Tags: irish-drinking-team, st-patricks-day, waterford, shamrock, dublin-ireland

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"Put 'Em Under Pressure" was the official song to the Republic of Ireland national football team's 1990 FIFA World Cup campaign in Italy. It is regarded as an all-time classic football song. Produced by U2's Larry Mullen, it featured an intro by Moya Brennan. The song was created by Larry Mullen Jnr, Denis Woods, John Donnelly. Engineered by John Grimes who was assisted by Colin O’Mahony. It also featured Davy Spillane on the Uilleann pipes. The Jack Charlton soundbites were captured by Colin O’Mahony from reels of archived radio interviews.

Tags: soccer-lover, football-fan, irish-lad, ireland-soccer, eire-go-brach

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