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Published by At the Sign of the Three Candles in Dublin .
Written in English


  • Ireland (Provisional government, 1916).,
  • Printing -- Ireland -- History -- 20th century.,
  • Ireland -- History -- Easter Rising, 1916.

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Edition Notes

Statementby Jos. J. Bouch.
SeriesBibliographical Society of Ireland -- Publications -- vol. 5, no. 3, Publications (Bibliographical Society of Ireland) -- vol. 5, no. 3.
The Physical Object
Pagination[41]-52, [2] p. :
Number of Pages52
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18354765M

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Jan 09,  · Summary of the Easter Rising, the Irish republican insurrection against British government in Ireland, which began on April 24, , in Dublin. which began on Easter Monday, April 24, , in Dublin. The insurrection was planned by Patrick Pearse, Tom Clarke, and Pearse read aloud a proclamation announcing the birth of the Irish. In he was sworn into the Irish Republican Brotherhood and co-opted to the Military Council in September He had a major role in planning the Rising. Pearse was president of the Provisional Government and he read the Proclamation outside the GPO on Easter Monday. He issued the order for surrender after the GPO was evacuated. “Easter Proclamation of an Irish Republic” In , members of the Irish Republican Brotherhood (forerunners of the Irish Republican Army) decided they would wait no longer for long-delayed British legislation to grant Ireland Home Rule. A force of about 1, rebels mounted what would come to be known as the Easter Rising. ANONYMOUS Easter Proclamation of an Irish Republic Poblacht Na h-Eireann The Provisional Government of the German contacts of the Irish Republican by Easter Sunday, but the arms-steamer was cap-tured by the British and sunk. We place the cause of the Irish Republic under the protection of the Most High.

Nov 24,  · Easter Rising Birth of the Irish Republic (Campaign) [Michael McNally, Peter Dennis] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. When the outbreak of World War I () delayed home rule for Ireland, a faction of Irish nationalists - the Irish Republican Brotherhood - decided to take direct action and infiltrated a number of other nationalist and militia outfits/5(7). Aug 05,  · About the Proclamation of the Irish Republic. On Easter Monday , the Proclamation of the Irish Republic was read by Padraig Pearse in front of the GPO in Dublin, marking the birth of the Irish Republic and the start of an uprising against British forces. An Easter Rising timeline: Monday, April 24th, The second in a daily series of reportage-style pieces by the authors of When The Clock Struck in – Close-Quarter Combat in the Easter Rising. The Proclamation was read from the steps of the General Post Office on Easter Monday, April 24, , by Patrick Pearse, a leader of the Easter Rising and one of the seven signatories of the.