Archive for November 25th, 2011

November 25,

Today in Irish History: Dail Vote re Treaty Negotiations. Death of George Best.

TODAY IN IRISH HISTORY (published by For the Love of Being Irish)

1921: Michael Collins and Arthur Griffith return from London Treaty negotiations to Dail Cabinet where a proposal is passed that becomes the catalyst for the Irish Civil War. “That Ireland shall recognise the British Crown for the purposes of the Association as symbol and accepted head of the combination of Associated States”.

2005: Death of George Best. The “Belfast Boy” was undoubtedly the finest footballer from the Emerald Isle and probably one of the top ten players ever. In a career and life shortened by the scourge of alcoholism, he was a genuinely loved individual who entranced soccer fans, provided the media with acres of copy over his drinking, love affairs and sometimes irresponsible behavior. He was a lovely man whose only enemy was the drink that eventually killed him.



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