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Ba é an seachtú mac é ag James Aiken agus a bhean Mary McGeeney agus i gCarraig Bhreacáin, Camloch, Co ··· Ba iad de Valera agus Aiken a d’ordaigh sos gunnaí 27 Aibreán 1923 ··· ‘One of the most memorable achievements of that election was to have my constituency in Louth annexed in the interests of Mr de Valera’s pliant instrument, Frank Aiken, while I was a prisoner at Botany Bay, a proceeding without parallel in the history of Irish elections’, a dúirt an Ceallach (i gcló ag Brian Murphy in Patrick Pearse and the Lost Republican Ideal) ··· Deirtear in The Oxford Companion to Irish History, 1998: ‘External affairs minister Frank Aiken embarked on a campaign of activism which placed Ireland firmly among the diplomatically forward-looking “middle powers” of the period, such as Sweden, Norway, and Canada.’ Thug sé tacaíocht do Sheoirse Ó Colla[q.v.] i 1966 nuair a bhí Seán Lemass ar tí éirí as an bpolaitíocht agus thacaigh sé go láidir le Jack Lynch san aighneas laistigh d’Fhianna Fáil i 1970 ··· ‘After the War, the advent of the Aiken (or “£150”) scholars from All-Irish or “A” schools all over the country, as well as the provision of scholarships from Gaeltacht areas, led to a significant increase in the number of students taking their courses through Irish’ (From Queens College to National University: Essays Towards an Academic History of QUC/UCG/NUI, Galway, 1999 in eagar ag Tadhg Foley)