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Gheofar eolas faoi in Just like yesterday: an autobiography, (1985) agus in Inniu 19 Márta 1971 (‘León Ó Broin ag comhrá le Risteárd Ó Glaisne’) ··· and was giving more of my time to the production of plays in Irish by a Gaelic Drama League of which I was secretary ...’ (Just like yesterday)
Agus má mhol corrléirmheastóir an dráma, bhí dalladh daoine ann nár thaitin an saothar nó an t-údar leo.’ Bhí baint mhór ag Leon Ó Broin[q.v.] leis an gComhar agus deir seisean in Just like yesterday ..., (1985): ‘I remember March 1926 when we did Liam O’Flaherty’s one and only play, Dorchadas, where the dramatics were both on the stage and off it
Ina dhírbheathaisnéis Just like yesterday: an autobiography, (1985) deir Leon Ó Broin[q.v.] i dtaobh An Réalt: ‘It was never very strong, reaching a peak of perhaps thirty branches before the decline set in that has affected popular interest in Irish language affairs generally ...
Deir Leon Ó Broin (Just like yesterday, 1985): ‘I had been to Donegal in 1938 to learn something about the local Irish dialect, and found myself sharing a room in a cottage with a German, a Professor Ludwig Mülhausen