Summary & Rights
|Title:||Fianna, v. 2, no. 7, July 31, 1913.|
XMF3021.I6 ‡b K67 1913 196 p.; ill.; 31 cm. Fianna was a Catholic periodical produced for the Irish community in Buenos Aires that was published intermittently from 1910-1913. FIrst published on St. Patrick's Day 1910, Fianna was vehemently anti-British. Irish folk tales and historical narratives mark each copy, as did stories about the history of the Irish in Argentina and their contribution to national development. Editor Patrick McManus was a particularly vocal opponent of imperialism and regularly criticised British manoeuvres throughout the world.