Roger Casement

Roger Casement, Roger David Casement

  • Born September 1, 1864 at Sandycove, Dublin, Ireland
  • Died (executed) August 3, 1916 at Pentonville Prison, London, England

“Note the date of writing. The use of Poison Gas was still to come; so were the cold-blooded murders of Edith Cavell, Mata Hari, Sir Roger Casement and the Dublin Martyrs, Erskine Childers,and countless others.”—The Vindication of Nietzsche

“I might be an Irish fanatic, like Roger Casement”—Chapter 76


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