The Secret Role of Martin Glynn in the Anglo-Irish Treaty with Dr. Margaret Lasch-Carroll

Albany's Martin Glynn was well known in New York State politics and journalism in the first quarter of the 20th century. The son of Irish immigrants, he had a life long interest in Ireland that led him to play a small role in the truce that resulted in the treaty that ended the Irish War of Independence. Glynn's story nonetheless involves an international cast of characters and intrigue right out of a James Bond movie.