My Grandfather's part in the Anglo-Irish Treaty

Glenview Hotel

Tuesday 5th March 2019 at 8.00 pm

My Grandfather’s part in the Anglo-Irish Treaty

Professor Timothy Lynch

Professor Lynch’s grandfather was Fionán Lynch (1889–1966), Irish revolutionary, barrister, politician, and judge. He was a member of the Irish Team that went to London in 1921 to participate in negotiation of the Anglo-Irish Treaty. Prof Tim Lynch, will use a recorded interview, made by BBC, of his Grandfather’s experience of the Anglo-Irish negotiations. Therefore, in effect, there will be two speakers at our talk, ‘Fionán’ and Tim.

Imagine having the opportunity to hear the authentic voice of a member of the Anglo-Irish Treaty negotiation team being interviewed shortly after the event. It is hoped that Tim will also share some of his family’s reminiscences of the momentous event.
Entry €4 (€3 for members) – all welcome.

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