References for Éamon de Valera


Books:

  1. A Christian Brother, Centenary souvenir of the death of Edmund Ignatius Rice founder of the Christian Brothers of Ireland born 1 June 1762, died 29 August 1844 (Bray Printing, Dublin, 1944).
  2. J Bowman, De Valera and the Ulster Question, 1917-1973 (Oxford University Press 1982).
  3. T P Coogan, De Valera : Long Fellow, Long Shadow (Hutchinson, 1993).
  4. T P Coogan, Eamon De Valera : The Man Who Was Ireland (Harpercollins, 1995).
  5. O D Edwards, Eamon De Valera (Political Portraits) (University of Wales Press, 1987).
  6. S P Farragher, Dev and his Alma Mater (Paraclete Press, Dublin, 1984).
  7. D Ferriter, Judging Dev : A Reassessment of the Life and Legacy of Eamon De Valera (Royal Irish Academy, Dublin, 2007).
  8. C FitzGibbon and G Morrison, The Life and Times of Eamon de Valera (Macmillan, New York, 1973).
  9. D Hannigan, De Valera in America : The Rebel President's 1919 Campaign (O'Brien Press Ltd, 2008).
  10. F P Longford and T P O'Neill, Éamon de Valera, (Gill & Macmillan, Dublin, 1970).
  11. W Moore, Schrödinger, Life and Thought, (Cambridge, 1989).
  12. M Moynihan, Speeches and statements by Eamon de Valera, 1917-73 (St Martin's Press, Dublin, 1980).
  13. T Ryle Dwyer, Eamon de Valera (Gill & Macmillan, 1980).
  14. M Seoighe, From Bruree to Corcomohide: the district where world statesman Éamon de Valera grew up and where the illustrious Mac Eniry family ruled (Bruree/Rockhill Development Association, Limerick, 2000).

Articles:

  1. Dáil Eireann Deb. vol. 76 col. 1970 (06 July 1939).
  2. W McCrea, Eamon de Valera, Erwin Schrödinger and the Dublin Institute, in C W Kilmister (ed.), Schrödinger, London, 1987 (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1987), 119-135.
  3. NUIA, De Valera's application for a professorship in Mathematical Physics (21 May 1913).
  4. Papers of Eamon de Valera, IE UCDA P150/620 (University College Dublin).
  5. Papers of Eamon de Valera, IE UCDA P150/2609 (University College Dublin).
  6. E L Stark, Als Mathematiker vom Revolutionär zum Staatspräsidenten: Eamon de Valera auf irischer Briefmarke, Praxis Math. 25 (5) (1983), 154-155.
  7. J L Synge, The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, Nature 218 (5144) (1968), 838-840.
  8. J L Synge, Eamon de Valera, Biogr. Memoirs Fell. Roy. Soc. 22 (1976) 634-653;

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