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Seán Collins beside the coffin of his brother Michael Collins

Johnie Collins grieving over his dead brother Michael during the Lying-in-State at City Hall

Captured Irish soldiers in Stafford Gaol after the failed 1916 Easter Uprising. Michael Collins marked with an 'x.’

Captured Irish soldiers in Stafford Gaol after the failed 1916 Easter Uprising. Michael Collins marked with an 'x.

Ryle Dwyer examines how attitudes to Michael Collins have fluctuated through the decades, including a period when he was almost forgotten

General Michael Collins. If he had lived I think he might have changed Irish history.

If he had lived I think he might have changed Irish history. [ I have been to Dublin Ireland and have been to the places of the Easter Rising.

May 1922: Michael Collins, known as the 'Big Fella', entering Portobella Barracks on an armoured vehicle during the Irish Civil war.

General Michael Collins (on armoured car) leading National Army troops into Portobello Barracks. The barracks would be renamed after one of the Irregular leaders killed in the Civil War, Charles Burgess (Cathel Brugha)

March 13, 1922    Michael Collins addressing a mass meeting in Cork, described by photographer W.D. Hogan as a "Free State demonstration". Sean McKeon is also somewhere on the platform with Collins.

March 1922 Michael Collins addressing a mass meeting in Cork, described by photographer W. Hogan as a "Free State demonstration". Sean McKeon is somewhere on the platform with Collins.

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