Peadar O'Donnell
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Born in Meenmore, Donegal
Born on 22nd of February 1893
Died on 13rd of May 1986

Born 1893. Died 1986 - Irish revolutionary and writer.

Opposed 1921 Anglo-Irish Treaty, captured in civil war fighting. Edited official IRA newspaper, left IRA in 1934 and fought for Spanish republic (1936-37). Wrote about his experiences in Storm (1925), The Gates Flew Open (1934) and There Will Be Another Day (1963). Edited the literary monthly The Bell (1946-54).

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