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Easter Rising

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(Historical Terms) an armed insurrection in Dublin in 1916 against British rule in Ireland: the insurgents proclaimed the establishment of an independent Irish republic before surrendering, 16 of the leaders later being executed
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BY ED CARTY BREXIT will change the Republic's relationship with the UK more radically than the 1916 Easter Rising and partition, an Irish MEP said.
This day-to-day narrative of IrelandAEs April 1916 Easter Rising is based on oral histories of participants, gathered for a project of IrelandAEs Bureau of Military History between 1947 and 1957; the oral histories were first made available to researchers in 2003 and first published online in 2012.
The site was recently voted, in a national poll, as one of the best websites available to the public during the centenary events marking the 1916 Easter Rising.
The Irish Tempest" thrusts the reader into the anguish of the 1916 Easter Rising and beyond as Ireland seethes on the cusp of revolution.
16 Box Set - The Bagelry, Nelson Street, to October 23 This year marks the centenary of the 1916 Easter Rising.
The leading Irish Republican was speaking to journalist and broadcaster Lyn Ebenezer and his son, sports broadcaster Dylan, as part of a programme about the 1916 Easter Rising in Ireland.
This year marks the centenary of the 1916 Easter Rising which sparked the journey towards Irish independence.
When Brian Barton's book From Behind a Closed Door: Secret Court Martial Records of the 1916 Easter Rising appeared in 2002, most people assumed that the question was definitively dealt with.
Northern Irish police warned in March that they expected more incidents in the province to coincide with the anniversary of anti-British 1916 Easter Rising, the most dramatic chapter of Ireland's independence struggle.
AFTER the execution of three of the 1916 Easter Rising leaders a British soldier wrote in his diary: "I was able to return to bed for two hours and was excused duty until noon.
The fifth and sixth class pupils were entertained by Marie Louise Donnelly from Front Runner Racing Club for Kids with racing games, puzzles and quizzes, focusing on the 1916 Easter Rising.