Seamus Costello

October 5 marked the 40th anniversary of his murder by the Officials.

There’s a chunk of material on him here and some also on the other blog I’m involved in, Redline.

The stuff on this blog includes:

1975 interview with Seamus on the initial attempts of the Sticks to destroy the IRSP

Text of speech by Sean Doyle, a comrade of Seamus in Wicklow, on the 35th anniversary of the murder

Miriam Daly – successor to Seamus and murdered a few years later – on Seamus

1969 educational talk by Seamus on Democracy and the Mass Movement

Seamus Costello’s 1966 Bodenstown speech

There is also lots of material on particular commemorations re comrade Costello.  If you click into the categories section, you’ll find there is a Seamus Costello category and you’ll find much more stuff there.

Posted on October 6, 2017, in éirígí, Commemorations, General revolutionary history, Historiography and historical texts, IRSP, national, Officials, Political education and theory, Prisoners - past, Public events - Ireland, Repression in 26-county state, Republicanism 1960s, Revolutionary figures, Seamus Costello, six counties, twenty-six counties. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Seán Ó Conaill a Sinn Fein member who died in Parkhurst Prison October 1st, 1977.
    Funeral was on the same Saturday as Seamus Costello’s funeral. Brendan Golden gave the oration at the graveside in Glasnevin with only about 30 people.

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