Leaders of Ireland since 1922

Leaders of Ireland since 1922
name term
William Thomas Cosgrave (Cosgrave, William Thomas) 1922–32
Eamon de Valera (de Valera, Eamon) 1932–48
John Costello (Costello, John A) 1948–51
Eamon de Valera (de Valera, Eamon) 1951–54
John Costello (Costello, John A) 1954–57
Eamon de Valera (de Valera, Eamon) 1957–59
Sean F. Lemass (Lemass, Sean F) 1959–66
Jack Lynch (Lynch, Jack) 1966–73
Liam Cosgrave (Cosgrave, Liam) 1973–77
Jack Lynch (Lynch, Jack) 1977–79
Charles Haughey (Haughey, Charles) 1979–81
Garret FitzGerald (FitzGerald, Garret) 1981–82
Charles Haughey (Haughey, Charles) 1982
Garret FitzGerald (FitzGerald, Garret) 1982–87
Charles Haughey (Haughey, Charles) 1987–92
Albert Reynolds (Reynolds, Albert) 1992–94
John Bruton (Bruton, John) 1994–97
Bertie Ahern (Ahern, Bertie) 1997–2008
Brian Cowen (Cowen, Brian) 2008–
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