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Ernie O'Malley

Irish republican, politician and writer

Died when: 59 years 303 days (717 months)
Star Sign: Gemini

{{Infobox officeholder|name = Ernie O'Malley|birthname = Ernest Bernard Malley|birth_date = 26 May 1897|death_date = 25 March 1957 (aged 59)|birth_place = Castlebar, County Mayo, Ireland|death_place = Howth, County Dublin, Ireland|image = Ernie_O'Malley.jpg|caption = |office = Teachta Dála|term_start = 27 August 1923|term_end = 9 June 1927|constituency = Dublin North |allegiance = Irish Republican Army [[File:IrishRepublicanFlag.png|border|22px] Anti-Treaty IRA|serviceyears = 1917–1923|battles = Irish War of IndependenceIrish Civil War}}Ernie O'Malley (Irish: Earnán Ó Maille; born Ernest Bernard Malley; 26 May 1897 – 25 March 1957) was an Irish Republican Army (IRA) officer during the Irish War of Independence and a commander of the anti-Treaty IRA during the Irish Civil War. He wrote three books, On Another Man's Wound, The Singing Flame, and Raids and Rallies. The first describes his early life and role in the War of Independence, while the second covers the Civil War.
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