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«An Roinn Gnóthaí Eachtracha Cáipéisí ar Pholasaí Eachtrach na hÉireann An Conradh Angla-Éireannach Mí na Nollaig 1920 ~ Mí na Nollaig 1921 ...»

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Acadamh Ríoga na hÉireann An Chartlann Náisiúnta

An Roinn Gnóthaí Eachtracha

Cáipéisí ar Pholasaí Eachtrach na hÉireann

An Conradh Angla-Éireannach

Mí na Nollaig 1920 ~ Mí na Nollaig 1921

EAGARTHÓIRÍ

Catriona Crowe

Ronan Fanning

Michael Kennedy

Dermot Keogh

Eunan O’Halpin

Royal Irish Academy National Archives

Department of Foreign Affairs

Documents on Irish Foreign Policy

The Anglo-Irish Treaty

December 1920 ~ December 1921

EDITORS

Catriona Crowe

Ronan Fanning Michael Kennedy Dermot Keogh Eunan O’Halpin Contents Editors and Editorial Advisory Board Abbreviations Preface Introduction List of archival sources Biographical notes Documents The Anglo-Irish Treaty (December 1920-December 1921) From Art O'Brien to Arthur Griffith on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Art O'Brien to Michael Collins on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Michael Collins to Arthur Griffith on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Arthur Griffith to Michael Collins on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Michael Collins to Art O'Brien on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Art O'Brien to Michael Collins on Anglo-Irish Treaty From James O'Connor on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Éamon de Valera to Laurence Ginnell on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Michael Collins to George Gavan Duffy on Anglo-Irish Treaty From David Lloyd George to Éamon de Valera on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Éamon de Valera to David Lloyd George on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Robert Brennan to george gavan duffy on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Éamon de Valera to David Lloyd George on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Éamon de Valera to Michael Collins on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Éamon de Valera to Michael Collins on Anglo-Irish Treaty From David Lloyd George to Éamon de Valera on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Erskine Childers on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Éamon de Valera on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Robert Brennan to Patrick J. Little on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Éamon de Valera to Jan Christian Smuts on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Harry Boland to Éamon de Valera on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Éamon de Valera to David Lloyd George on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Maurice Moore to Jan Christian Smuts on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Éamon de Valera to David Lloyd George on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Robert Brennan to John Chartres (Edward Seaton) on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Éamon de Valera to David Lloyd George on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Robert Brennan to Harry Cross on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Éamon de Valera to David Lloyd George on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Harry Boland & Joseph McGrath to Éamon de Valera on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Éamon de Valera to David Lloyd George on Anglo-Irish Treaty From David Lloyd George to Éamon de Valera on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Éamon de Valera to David Lloyd George on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Irish Delegation on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Éamon de Valera to Irish Delegation on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Éamon Duggan to Éamon de Valera on Anglo-Irish Treaty Irish Delegation on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Arthur Griffith to Éamon de Valera on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Michael Collins to Éamon de Valera on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Arthur Griffith to Éamon de Valera on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Arthur Griffith to Éamon de Valera on Anglo-Irish Treaty From John Chartres to Arthur Griffith on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Éamon de Valera to Arthur Griffith on Anglo-Irish Treaty Irish Representatives for the sub-committee on naval and air defence on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Arthur Griffith to Éamon de Valera on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Éamon de Valera to Pope Benedict XV on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Erskine Childers to British delegation on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Erskine Childers to Éamon de Valera on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Éamon de Valera to Arthur Griffith on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Irish Delegation to British delegation on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Arthur Griffith to Éamon de Valera on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Éamon de Valera to Arthur Griffith on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Arthur Griffith to Éamon de Valera on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Irish Delegation to Éamon de Valera on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Éamon de Valera to Arthur Griffith on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Éamon de Valera to Arthur Griffith on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Arthur Griffith to Éamon de Valera on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Erskine Childers on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Erskine Childers to Tom Jones on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Irish Delegation to British delegation on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Irish Delegation on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Arthur Griffith to David Lloyd George on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Arthur Griffith to Éamon de Valera on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Éamon de Valera to Harry Boland on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Erskine Childers on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Arthur Griffith to Éamon de Valera on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Arthur Griffith to Éamon de Valera on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Éamon de Valera to Arthur Griffith on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Arthur Griffith to Éamon de Valera on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Cabinet meeting on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Arthur Griffith to Éamon de Valera on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Tom Jones to Arthur Griffith on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Arthur Griffith to Éamon de Valera on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Irish Delegation on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Arthur Griffith to Éamon de Valera on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Erskine Childers on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Arthur Griffith to Éamon de Valera on Anglo-Irish Treaty Cabinet Minutes on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Irish Delegation on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Éamon de Valera to Harry Boland on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Arthur Griffith to Éamon de Valera on Anglo-Irish Treaty From David Lloyd George to Arthur Griffith on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Michael Collins on Anglo-Irish Treaty Cabinet Minutes on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Irish Delegation on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Arthur Griffith to Éamon de Valera on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Michael Collins to David Lloyd George on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Robert Barton on Anglo-Irish Treaty From British & Irish Delegations on Anglo-Irish Treaty Cabinet Minutes on Anglo-Irish Treaty Cabinet Minutes by Erskine Childers on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Robert Brennan to Éamon de Valera on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Éamon de Valera to Secret Session of the Dáil on Anglo-Irish Treaty From Éamon de Valera to Dáil Eireann on Anglo-Irish Treaty Appendices





1. Months of the year in Irish and English

2. Glossary of Irish words and phrases Editors Ms Catriona Crowe (Senior Archivist, National Archives) Professor Ronan Fanning MRIA (Professor Emeritus of Modern History, University College Dublin) Dr Michael Kennedy (Executive Editor, Documents on Irish Foreign Policy Series, Royal Irish Academy) Professor Dermot Keogh MRIA (Professor of History, University College Cork) Professor Eunan O’Halpin MRIA (Professor of Contemporary Irish History, Trinity College Dublin) Assistant Editor Dr Kate O’Malley (Royal Irish Academy) Editorial Advisory Board (In addition to the Editors) Ms Marianne Bolger (Department of Foreign Affairs) Mr Patrick Buckley (Royal Irish Academy) Ms Laura Mahoney (Royal Irish Academy) Mr Tim Mawe (Department of Foreign Affairs) Abbreviations The following is a list of the most commonly used abbreviated terms and phrases in the volume, covering both documents and editorial matter. Other abbreviations have been spelt out in the text.

A.G. Arthur Griffith A.A.R.I.R. American Association for the Recognition of the Irish Republic A.C.R.I. American Committee for Relief in Ireland B.L. Andrew Bonar Law DE Dáil Éireann series files, National Archives, Dublin D.Eir Dáil Éireann DFA Department of Foreign Affairs collection, National Archives, Dublin Dev, EDV Éamon de Valera DT S Department of the Taoiseach, S series files, National Archives, Dublin ES Early Series files, Department of Foreign Affairs collection, National Archives, Dublin E.S. Edward Seaton (John Chartres) E.C. Erskine Childers G.D. George Gavan Duffy I.R.A. Irish Republican Army J.C. John Chartres Ll. G., L.G. David Lloyd George M.C. Michael Collins M.F. Minister for Finance (Michael Collins) N.P. Nancy Wyse Power S.F. Sinn Féin T.D. Teachta Dála (Member of Dáil Éireann) UCDA University College Dublin, Archives Department USFA Under Secretary for Foreign Affairs PREFACE The National Archives Act, 1986, provides for the transfer of departmental records more than thirty years old to the National Archives of Ireland for inspection by the public, unless they are certified to be in regular use by a Department for administrative purposes, or unless they are certified as withheld from public inspection on one of the grounds specified in the Act. The bulk of the material consulted for this volume comes from the records of the Department of Foreign Affairs (previously the Department of External Affairs) and the Department of the Taoiseach, all of which are available for inspection at the National Archives of Ireland at Bishop Street in Dublin. Other material comes from the holdings of the University College Dublin Archives Department and The National Archives, Kew, London. The Department of Foreign Affairs documents in the National Archives of Ireland have been made available to researchers since January 1991.1 The concept of a multi-volume series of documents on Irish foreign policy was put forward in 1994 by the Department of Foreign Affairs. Mr Ted Barrington, then the Political Director of the Department of Foreign Affairs, brought the proposal to a meeting of the Royal Irish Academy’s National Committee for the Study of International Affairs of which he was then a member. The then Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr Dick Spring, sanctioned the proposal, which was also welcomed by the Director of the National Archives of Ireland, Dr David Craig, whose permission was necessary for the publication of material in his care. The Royal Irish Academy agreed to become a partner in the project when Council approved its foundation document on 3 April 1995.

The main provisions of that document are:

that the project's ‘basic aim is to make available, in an organised and accessible way, to people who may not be in a position easily to consult the National Archives, documents from the files of the Department which are considered important or useful for an understanding of Irish foreign policy’;

that an Editorial Advisory Board, comprising representatives of the Department, of the Academy and of the National Archives, in addition to senior Irish academics working in the fields of modern history and international relations, would oversee decisions on publication;

that the series would ‘begin at the foundation of the State and publish volumes in chronological order’ and that the basic criterion for the selection of documents would be their ‘use or importance in understanding the evolution of policies and decisions’.

These arrangements found public expression in the 1996 White Paper on foreign policy, Challenges and Opportunities Abroad (16.48), which provided that– As part of the Government’s desire to encourage a greater interest in Irish foreign policy, it has been agreed that the Department of Foreign Affairs, in association with the Royal Irish Academy, will publish a series of foreign policy documents of historic interest. It is hoped that this initiative will encourage and assist greater academic interest in the study of Irish foreign policy.

Provision for the project was first included in the Department’s Estimates for 1997 and a preliminary meeting of what became the Editorial Advisory Board, in Iveagh House on 10 April 1997, agreed that an assistant editor should be appointed in addition to the editors nominated by the National Committee for the Study of International Affairs: Professors Ronan Fanning, MRIA, Dermot Keogh MRIA and Eunan O’Halpin MRIA. Dr Michael Kennedy was appointed in June 1997 when work began on the selection of documents. Dr Kennedy was in January 1998 designated as executive editor, and is responsible for the direction and day-to-day running of the Documents on Irish Foreign Policy Project.

At the meeting of December 2003 of the DIFP Editorial Advisory Board the important contribution of the National Archives to Documents on Irish Foreign Policy (DIFP) project was officially recognised and the National Archives formally became a full partner to the DIFP project. Accordingly, Ms Catriona Crowe, Senior Archivist at the National Archives, who had attended meetings of the editors since June 1997 and who was de facto a fifth editor of DIFP, was formally appointed an editor of the DIFP series.

In 2005 Dr Kate O'Malley was appointed Assistant Editor to the series.

The first volume, Documents on Irish Foreign Policy I, covering the period 1919 to 1922, was published in November 1998 in the run-up to the eightieth anniversary of the founding of the Department of Foreign Affairs in January 1919. Subsequent volumes have been published at two-yearly intervals with volume VII being published in November 2010.

1. The Department of Foreign Affairs was known as the Department of External Affairs from December 1922 to 1971. From January 1919 to December 1922 the Department was known as the Department of Foreign Affairs or the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (see DIFP Volume I for further details).

Introduction to Treaty e-book volume One of the prescribed topics for the documents-based study in the Leaving Certificate 2014 and 2015 is ‘The Pursuit of Sovereignty and the Impact of Partition, 1919-1949.’ Included in the three case studies for this topic is ‘The Treaty negotiations, October – December 1921’ and as such, the chapter on the Treaty negotiations in Volume I of the Documents of Irish Foreign Policy (DIFP) series (www.difp.ie) will be immensely beneficial to history teachers. With this in mind, DIFP decided to embark on a new venture and put the material from this chapter into an eBook for teachers and students. The Anglo-Irish Treaty eBook makes accessing documents relating to the Treaty as straightforward as possible. This selection of documents contains crucial correspondence between the main political figures involved in the negotiations and shows the problems and stresses of negotiating an international agreement. The documents are structured chronologically and provide a gripping and accessible account of a key moment in modern Irish history.

DIFP would like to give special thanks Niall O’Leary of the Digital Humanities Observatory (DHO) project for facilitating the production of the eBook.



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