Bureau of Military History - An armoured car used by the British Forces in Dublin during the Rising of Easter Week 1916.

Bureau of Military History - An armoured car used by the British Forces in Dublin during the Rising of Easter Week 1916.

Nearly a century has passed since Ireland’s monumental 1916 Easter Uprising took place on the streets of Dublin.

Nearly a century has passed since Ireland’s monumental 1916 Easter Uprising took place on the streets of Dublin.

16 Apr, 2.30pm: Pearse in his heavy military overcoat & slouched hat, marched towards the barricade, Elizabeth O'Farrell by his side. He was received by General Lowe, surrendering his sword, pistol & ammunition. Outside of Byrne's shop at the corner of Moore St an old wooden bench was brought out for Pearse to sign the document of surrender. Ms O'Farrell was to deliver the documents of surrender to various Dublin outposts. Without speaking & with a smile he grasped her hand for the last…

16 Apr, 2.30pm: Pearse in his heavy military overcoat & slouched hat, marched towards the barricade, Elizabeth O'Farrell by his side. He was received by General Lowe, surrendering his sword, pistol & ammunition. Outside of Byrne's shop at the corner of Moore St an old wooden bench was brought out for Pearse to sign the document of surrender. Ms O'Farrell was to deliver the documents of surrender to various Dublin outposts. Without speaking & with a smile he grasped her hand for the last…

All the text and photographs below have been compiled by Derek Molyneux and his daughter Shannon. Well done to them both, they have and are doing outstanding work in remembering the 1916 Rising. Th…

All the text and photographs below have been compiled by Derek Molyneux and his daughter Shannon. Well done to them both, they have and are doing outstanding work in remembering the 1916 Rising. Th…

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