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naturalistic costume shell Irish War of Independence. A woman recite the rosary front of the Mountjoy prison in Dublin for imprisoned Sinn Feiners on hunger strike Ireland 1916, Dublin Ireland, Irish Independence, Michael Collins, Irish Culture, Irish Roots, Irish Celtic, Irish Eyes, Luck Of The Irish

Irish War of Independence. A woman recite the rosary front of the Mountjoy prison in Dublin for imprisoned Sinn Feiners on hunger strike 1921.

Captured Irish soldiers in Stafford Gaol after the failed 1916 Easter Uprising. Michael Collins is marked with an 'x.’ Photographer unknown, Courtesy of The Irish Times/Wikimedia Commons. Ireland 1916, Castle Series, Easter Rising, Michael Collins, Irish Roots, Emerald Isle, Historical Photos, Family History, Prison

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Captured Irish soldiers in Stafford Gaol after the failed 1916 Easter Uprising. Michael Collins marked with an 'x.’

The mutilated body of Patrick Loughnane volunteer of the Irish Republican Army, tortured to death alongside his younger brother Harry by the Royal Irish Constabulary, Britain's feared colonial police force in Ireland, Irish Republican Army, Easter Rising, Post Mortem Photography, Irish People, 26 November, Irish Roots, Freedom Fighters, Memento Mori, Harry Age

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The Irish Famine of (Bliain an Áir) was caused by "The Great Frost" which struck Europe and Ireland with bitter cold and excessive rain during the period December 1739 to September resulting in devastated harvests, hunger, disease, death and civil unrest. Old Pictures, Old Photos, Ireland Pictures, Vintage Pictures, Caricatures, Irish Famine, Old Irish, Irish People, Irish Cottage

The Irish Famine of 1740-1741 (Bliain an Áir) was caused by "The Great Frost" which struck Europe and Ireland with bitter cold and excessive rain during the period December 1739 to September 1741, resulting in devastated harvests, hunger, disease, death and civil unrest.

The 1916 Easter Rising and the North King St Massacre. This is the story of Edward Ned Daly who was an Irish soldier fighting during the 1916 Easter Rising in Dublin Ireland. He was executed by firing squad. Ireland 1916, Dublin Ireland, Old Irish, Irish Celtic, Irish Republican Army, Southern Ireland, Easter Rising, Museum Studies, Michael Collins

The 1916 Easter Rising and Edward Daly in Dublin Ireland

The 1916 Easter Rising leader Edward Daly was an Irish soldier who fought the British troops in Dublin Ireland. The story of how the British troops went into houses in North King Street and massacred innocent men and boys. No one was punished.

Courtyard in Kilmainham Gaol Dublin, where leaders of the 1916 Easter Rising rebellion were executed Ireland 1916, Dublin Ireland, Ireland Travel, Kilmainham Gaol, Best Of Ireland, Easter Rising, Irish Landscape, Places Of Interest, Old Photos

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Courtyard in Kilmainham Gaol Dublin, Ireland where leaders of a free Republic were executed following Bloody Sunday 1916

Michael Mallin (centre) and Countess Markievicz (second from right) surrender after the Easter Rising (RTÉ Stills Library) Ireland 1916, Ireland Map, Ireland Homes, Dublin Ireland, Easter Rising, History Posters, Erin Go Bragh, Michael Collins, Irish Culture

Michael Mallin (centre) and Countess Markievicz (second from right) surrender after the Easter Rising (RTÉ Stills Library)

Leaders of the 1916 Easter Rising: Michael O'Hanrahan. was an Irish rebel who was executed for his active role in the 1916 Easter Rising. Ireland 1916, Irish Independence, Best Of Ireland, Easter Rising, Michael Collins, Irish Roots, Irish Blessing, Irish Celtic, Fighting Irish

Leaders of the 1916 Easter Rising: Michael O'Hanrahan

Michael O'Hanrahan (Micheál Ó hAnnrachain, 1877 – 4 May 1916) is another one of the 1916 Leaders who is not universally known. He was born in New Ross, Coun…

Lieutenant Michael Malone led sixteen Volunteers from “C” company, battalion towards Mount Street Bridge, a key crossing point into Dublin city. Their orders: to prevent British reinforcements from entering Dublin City Ireland 1916, Irish Independence, Liverpool Docks, Misty Dawn, Easter Rising, Michael Collins, Corner House, Irish Celtic, Fighting Irish

“…shot through the head leading a rush on a fortified corner house”

A nice piece this, an eyewitness account from Captain A.A Dickson of the Sherwood Foresters. It, and other accounts like it, are available in 'True World War I Stories' published by Robinson Press. While many of the tales deal with trench life, for some the first combat they would see would be street fighting in…

No Ordinary Women: Irish Female Activists in the Revolutionary Years Ireland 1916, Irish Step Dancing, Easter Rising, Erin Go Bragh, Irish Eyes Are Smiling, Irish American, Irish Roots, Irish Blessing, Irish Celtic

No Ordinary Women: Irish Female Activists in the Revolutionary Years 1900-1923

Amazon.com: No Ordinary Women: Irish Female Activists in the Revolutionary Years 1900-1923 (9780862788834): Sinead McCoole: Books

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