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Reporting the Rising: Press Coverage of Easter 1916 | Century Ireland

Reporting the Rising: Press Coverage of Easter 1916

Irish Pub Fir and Mna "Gents and Ladies" Brass Bathroom Door Signs

As seen all across Ireland - in all public buildings! Add genuine authenticity to your pub with these solid brass door signs. Each measure 5 inches across.

From cruel history to Irish slang, the all-time list of the best and the brightest authors and books.

The top twenty books every Irish American should read

Top 20 books every Irish American should read. From cruel history to Irish slang, the all-time list of the best and the brightest authors and books.

Kirwan's Lane, Galway

Co Galway - Kirwan's Lane, Galway - Buskers! AND Medieval Architecture dating to

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Speak the language of your Irish ancestors, in easy Bitesize portions. Full online learning program for Irish Gaelic.

"We shall fight for the rights and liberties of small nations" - US Poster in support of Irish fighters during the Irish War of Independence...

"We shall fight for the rights and liberties of small nations" - US Poster in support of Irish fighters during the Irish War of Independence [Poster][1920s]

"We shall fight for the rights and liberties of small nations" - US Poster in support of Irish fighters during the Irish War of Independence.(This makes me So Damn Happy!

Eire Ireland 1967 The Fenians Fine Used SG 235 Scott 238 Other European and British Commonwealth Stamps HERE!

Postage Stamp Stamps Eire Ireland 1967 The Fenians Fine Used SG 235 Scott 238

TELL ME HOW THERE WHERE NEVER WHITE PEOPLE DISCRIMINATED AGAINST IN AMERICA.

Theresa May's immigration bill is a valuable tool for racist landlords

This is a poster designed to vote against black segregation and racism. It also represents just how much African Americans were respected as they were at the same respect level of dogs

James Connolly was sentenced to death by firing squad for his part in the rising. On 12 May 1916 he was transported by a british military ambulance to Kilmainham Jail, carried to a prison courtyard on a stretcher, tied to a chair and shot. His body (along with those of the other rebels) was put in a mass grave without a coffin.

James Connolly was sentenced to death by firing squad for his part in the rising. On 12 May 1916 he was transported by a british military ambulance to Kilmainham Jail, carried to a prison courtyard on a stretcher, tied to a chair and shot. His body (along with those of the other rebels) was put in a mass grave without a coffin.

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