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1916 Easter Revolution in Colour

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The aftermath.



British troops with the aide of a 29-ton Mark V. Battle tank, conduct a blockade and carry out raids across Capel Street, Dublin, 1921.




James Connolly, second from the right, with some of the first recruits to the Irish Citizen Army, conducting drills with hurling sticks in the Phoenix Park Dublin, 1913.



Countess Markievicz, Irish revolutionary, suffragette, and champion of the working class.


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