Jimmy Steele, aka James Steele, lifelong Irish Republican, speaking at the annual Republican Ceremony on Easter Sunday at Milltown Cemetery, Belfast, N Ireland, UK, April 1966. He was jailed and several times during his life for IRA membership. When the IRA split in 1969 he sided with the Provisional wing. He was the first editor of Republican News. He died 9th August 1970. 196604000025
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