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Chronology of the Easter Rising
How much do you know about the 1916 Easter Rising? Above: The ruins of
Ruined buildings in Dublin after the rising.
The ruins of the GPO after the rising in 1916 - The Irish Place
British police mount a roadblock to support a search in Dublin during the 1916 Easter Rising
GPO destruction following the 1916 Easter Rising.
An ordinary day: Sackville Street, now O'Connell Street, with the GPO
11/05/1916: A view of the ruins of Dublin's GPO (General
Destruction seen on O'Connell Bridge, Dublin, during the 1916 Easter Rising.
The parade on Easter Sunday will pause at the GPO where a minute's silence will be
GPO building during the 1916 Easter Rising Dublin
Scene of destruction in Dublin caused by the Easter Rising, 1916.
The north side of the GPO along Henry Street. McLaughlin had to lead the evacuating
Prisoners crossing the city streets. Photograph: via Getty Images
In 1916, one of the most important events in Irish history happened when the GPO became the headquarters for the Easter Rising. At that time, Ireland and ...
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A commemoration parade to mark the 90th anniversary of the Easter 1916 Rising passes the GPO
Wrecked buildings on the corner of Sackville Street in Dublin during the Easter Rising of 1916
No building symbolises 1916 like the GPO! Open to the public from March 29, 2016, the facility will include special effects, soundscapes and heartfelt ...
Image of soldiers on the roof of Liberty Hall. Irish ...
Pádraig Pearse surrenders at the end of the Easter Rising rebellion.
The Easter Rising, Ireland, 1916 (1935). Damage caused in Dublin by
Members of the Irish Citizen Army outside Liberty Hall, under the slogan "We serve neither King nor Kaiser, but Ireland"
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Walter Paget: Birth of the Irish Republic
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Weapons of the 1916 Rising
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The Irish Citizen Army, a socialist militia, led by James Connolly also played an
Easter rising
British soldiers inspect the interior of the GPO, viewing the complete destruction of the building
A barricade in Pearse Street, Dublin, during the Easter Rising in 1916, in
The Greek hexastyle portico of the General Post Office, completed in 1818. The Royal Coat of Arms, similar to those at King's Inns and the Irish Houses of ...
The Proclamation of the Irish Republic 1916
Rebel prisoners being marched out of Dublin by British Soldiers May 1916.
The General Post Office (GPO) in Dublin shortly after the Easter Rising.
Captain Peter Kelleher reads the Proclamation of the Irish Republic at the GPO
Poor children of Dublin collecting firewood from the ruined buildings damaged in the Easter Rising.
Rare photo of the "Irish Republic" flag flying from the GPO during the 1916 Easter Rising
Destruction within the GPO.
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The front page of the Weekly Irish Times published just after the Easter Rising
Volunteers and Irish Citizens Army members inside the General Post Office, 25th of April 1916.
A view of the ruins of the GPO from Nelson's Pillar. (National Museum of
Captain Eoin Rochford from The Defence Forces Headquarters reads the Proclamationduring the 97th anniversary commemoration of
Irish War News, produced by the rebels during the Rising
Postcard depicting the fires that engulfed buildings along Sackville (O'Connell) Street during the rebellion. (Image: South Dublin County Libraries)
Pádraig Pearse and James Connolly, two of the leaders of the military council
The Proclamation of Independence of the Irish Republic Printed in Dublin, 23rd April 1916 by
Easter Rising 1916 / Sean MacDermott in GPO in Dublin Ireland Sean Mcdermott, Easter Rising
member of the Irish Association Volunteer Training Corps on duty. He is armed with an RIC carbine and has a Dublin Metropolitan Police Duty Band on his ...
The GPO during the ceremony commemorating the 100th Anniversary of the Easter Rising 1916 on Dublin's
A sign on the external wall of the General Post Office, with the building's name (Irish: Árd-Oifig an Phuist) in traditional Gaelic script and using an ...
Irish Volunteers occupying the GPO during the Easter Rising, 1916
... Irish independence. Eamon De Valera
Members of the Irish army march past Dublin's General Post Office, scene of the 1916
The Proclamation (L) and the leaders of the Rising (R). (Images: National Library of Ireland)
The G.P.O in May 1916, showing the extensive damage caused during the Easter Rising.
Members of the Irish Republican Army photographed during the 1916 Easter Rising.
Destruction in Dublin following the 1916 Easter Rising.
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Dublin in 1916
GPO Building on O Connell Street Dublin Ireland The Historic General Post Office famous for the 1916 Easter uprising
GPO building during the 1916 Easter Rising Dublin
James Connolly
Towards the end of, and also after the Rising, there were many posed photographs
Actors Colm Lennon and Amy Flood on the 'Rise of the Rebels' bus tour
April 28th 1916, Patrick Pearse surrenders to British Troops outside the GPO in Dublin.
Kieran Lynch (Ballymacrown, Baltimore), relative of Skibbereen man Gearóid O'Sullivan
Paget's Scene in the General Post Office, Dublin, just before its evacuation, Easter
Crowds in Sackville Street (now O'Connell Street) can be seen next to
The US media waited, rapt with attention, for news from Ireland during the Easter
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... Irish Republic. Proclamation of Independence. Image copyright Ireland Calling ...
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The GPO was left in ruins after the Easter Rising but was later rebuilt by the
Depiction of the devastation and firestorm caused by the British in besieging the GPO, headquarters
President Michael D Higgins lays a wreath during a ceremony to mark the anniversary of the 1916 Easter Rising at the GPO on O'Connell Street in Dublin ...
GPO 1916. Gerry · Aftermath of 1916 Easter Rising
Dublin's GPO and Nelson's Pillar immediately after the Easter Rising 1916. Easter Rising, Rare