Famous People Who Died on August 22
Activist, Military Leader, Political Leader / 1890 - 1922
Michael Collins was a hero of the Irish struggle for independence, who directed guerrilla warfare during the intensification of the Anglo-Irish War.
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profile name: Huey P. Newton profile occupation: Civil Rights Activist
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profile name: Richard III profile occupation: Political Leader, King
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profile name: Jomo Kenyatta profile occupation: Activist, World Leader, Prime Minister
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profile name: Kate Chopin profile occupation: Author
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profile name: Michael Collins profile occupation: Activist, Military Leader, Political Leader
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profile name: Graham Young profile occupation: Serial Killer
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