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Griffith, Arthur Line breaks: Ar¦thur Grif|fith
Pronunciation: /ˈɡrɪfɪθ/

Definition of Griffith, Arthur in English:

( 1872–1922), Irish nationalist leader and statesman, President of the Irish Free State 1922. In 1905 he founded and became president of Sinn Fein. He became Vice President of the newly declared Irish Republic in 1919 and negotiated the Anglo-Irish Treaty (1921).

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