Michael Collins Movie review

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Collins and many others in the Irish community felt ostracized from British community. This attitude coupled with Collin's earlier teachings compelled him to become a member of the Irish Republican Brotherhood in 1909. In 1916 Collins returned to Ireland to take part in the failed General Post Office uprising in Dublin...
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At that time he played a relatively minor role in the organization and as such was not court-martialed then executed as many other leaders of the movement were. After a brief incarceration in an internment camp he was released in December 1916 and immediately went back to Ireland. Collins came back and was able to revitalize the organization and led a violent campaign against anything that represented British authority in an effort to achieve independence for Ireland, primarily the Royal Irish Constabulary (RIC)...
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