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Taoiseach and Mrs Liam Cosgrave among the political and Church dignitaries at the graveside of Eamon de Valera as he is buried in Glasnevin cemetery. A founder of Fianna Fail, he served several terms as Taoiseach, then became the third President of Ireland in 1959, re-elected in 1966. At his retirement in 1973 at the age of 90, he was the oldest head of state in the world.
31/08/1975

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Taoiseach and Mrs Liam Cosgrave among the political and Church dignitaries at the graveside of Eamon de Valera as he is buried in Glasnevin cemetery. A founder of Fianna Fail, he served several terms as Taoiseach, then became the third President of Ireland in 1959, re-elected in 1966. At his retirement in 1973 at the age of 90, he was the oldest head of state in the world.<br />
31/08/1975