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A leaflet from Éirígí on the occasion of the visit of the British queen to Ireland in 2011. It advertised a march on Dublin Castle in opposition to the visit and an ‘Irish Freedom Camp’ gathering.
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Opposition to the State Visit of the British Queen to Ireland
These documents oppose the state visit of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II to Ireland in 2011. The visit took place from 17th-20th May, with protests by the Irish Anti-War Movement, Eirígí and others. These documents promote those protests and other events in the lead up to the visit.Opposition to the State Visit of the British Queen to Ireland