The Great Irish Famine (1845 -1852) was a period of mass starvation, disease, and emigration in Ireland, which saw many proud Irish reluctantly leave their homeland and come to America in hope of a better future. 'Erin Go Bragh', the anglicized version of the famed Irish term, Éirinn go Brách, was, and still is, a term used to express allegiance to Ireland, wherever the Irish were in the world, including America, and it is often translated to 'Ireland Forever'. That Irish pride cannot be denied to this day, and is celebrated largely on St. Patrick's Day in America.
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