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The Governor-General officially represented the British monarch in the Irish Free State; de Valera’s government made a point of snubbing him as they sought to expand the boundaries of Irish sovereignty beyond the limits specified in the 1921 Treaty.

James McNeill1932

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Dublin, Ireland

The Governor-General officially represented the British monarch in the Irish Free State; de Valera’s government made a point of snubbing him as they sought to expand the boundaries of Irish sovereignty beyond the limits specified in the 1921 Treaty.

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  • Title: The Governor-General officially represented the British monarch in the Irish Free State; de Valera’s government made a point of snubbing him as they sought to expand the boundaries of Irish sovereignty beyond the limits specified in the 1921 Treaty.
  • Creator: James McNeill
  • Date Created: 1932
  • Rights: Public domain

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