JFK, Dublin Airport, 1963.

By rareAdmin, Wednesday, 29th July 2015 | 0 comments
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“No country in the world, in the history of the world, has endured the hemorrhage which this island endured over a period of a few years for so many of her sons and daughters. These sons and daughters are scattered throughout the world, and they give this small island a family of millions upon millions who are scattered all over the globe, who have been among the best and most loyal citizens of the countries that they have gone to, but have also kept a special place in their memories, in many cases their ancestral memory, of this green and misty island.”

JFK, Dublin Airport, 1963.