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justified Chris OKane There are many conditions under which Ireland was divided into two nations Two main men were the main leaders of this split Emon de Valera and Michael Collins Sinn Fein also played a large role Their differing visions for an Ireland free of British rule was the root motivation for the split Born in New York City in 1882 Emon de Valera was described as a tall spectacled schoolmasterly of Jewish cast as Tim Healy said Edward Norman the author of A History of Modern Ireland added that de Valera was an austere theoretician Norman 265 Michael Collins was born in 1890 at Clonakilty Co Cork Edward Norman said his personality was to be to the contrary of de Valeras he said Collins was not an intellectual and was a man of violent impulses He took that statement further when he said the Collins would go as far to tumble his colleagues on the floor and bite their ears in playful attention Now that de Valeras and Collins personalities have been established we can now analyze the events and actual conditions under which Ireland was under that led ultimately to her freedom All across Ireland people were repulsed by the executions which they considered to be needlessly brutal What they lacked was new leadership to focus the restless energy of the Irish into effective political action but it was not long in coming At Christmas 1916 all rebel prisoners who had been interned without trial those that the British had considered insignificant were released as a goodwill gesture to the United States which had been very angry by British conduct regarding
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