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The Nazis bombed Dublin on January 1, 1941


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The article on the right discusses the various complications and contradictions inherent with Irish neutrality in the face of the Nazi march on Europe. Even though it was clear to see that an Allied victory would certainly be an Irish benefit and the Germans had already fire-bombed Irish cities twice, the Irish leader Eamon De Valera (1882 - 1975) was hellbent on seeing to it that Ireland never played favorites. So devoted was De Valera to the cause of neutrality that he even sent a condolence note through diplomatic channels upon hearing of Hitler's death.

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Ireland Bows Out of the War (Collier's Magazine, 1942)

Ireland Bows Out of the War (Collier's Magazine, 1942)

Ireland Bows Out of the War (Collier's Magazine, 1942)

Ireland Bows Out of the War (Collier's Magazine, 1942)

Ireland Bows Out of the War (Collier's Magazine, 1942)

Ireland Bows Out of the War (Collier's Magazine, 1942)

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