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Ireland 1922

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An Irishman looking through a bullet-riddled window pane during the Irish Civil War. Dublin, Photo by Walter Doughty. Lost Scribes : Makes me think of Shandor Rei Ireland 1916, Dublin Ireland, Window View, Window Panes, Irish American, Photo D Art, Through The Window, Irish Men, Old Photos

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Carrier pigeons being used to carry messages during the Irish postal strike in September 1922 - the strike was caused by the removal of workers' 'cost of living' bonus by the Free State government. Irish American, American History, Pigeon Post, Irish Free State, Racing Pigeons, Rare Images, Thats The Way, World History, Revolutionaries

In pictures: Revolutionary Ireland 1913-1923

Major new photographic exhibition shows the bloody reality of life in Ireland from the 1913 Lockout to the tortured birth of the Republic.

National Army Irish soldiers during the Civil War Ireland 1916, Irish Independence, Easter Rising, Michael Collins, Civil War Photos, Irish Celtic, Army Soldier, Thing 1, Family History

A snapshot of Ireland's first ever National Army, 1922 | IrishCentral.com

The 1922 Irish Army Census is an excellent resource for family historians trying to discover relatives from the early 20th century.

Circa Uniformed Free State troops fire an 18 pounder field gun from the top of Henry Street, Dublin at Republican targets in the Gresham hotel, during the Irish Civil War. A Lancia armoured car is in the foreground. Irish Independence, Ireland Homes, Free State, Army Vehicles, Irish Eyes, Local History, Dublin Ireland, Troops, Old Photos

Uniformed Free State troops fire an 18 pounder field gun from the top...

Uniformed Free State troops fire an 18 pounder field gun from the top of Henry Street, Dublin at Republican targets in the Gresham hotel, during the Irish Civil War. A Lancia armoured car is in the...

The Irish Free State National Army bombards the Irish Republican Army (IRA) besieged in the Four Courts, on June marking the beginning of the Irish Civil War. Old Pictures, Old Photos, Ireland Pictures, Ireland 1916, Dublin Ireland, 1920s, Black And White City, Free State, Collor

Germany after World War One: Chaos: Spartacists revolt, 1919

Germany after the First World War was in a mess. It was thus fertile ground for all sorts of revolts. The first to occur was by the Spartacists/Communists in 1919. Prominent Spartacists were Rosa Luxemberg and Karl Liebknecht.

Veterans of the 1916 Easter Rising marching through Dublin Ireland 1916, Dublin Ireland, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Irish Independence, Easter Rising, Erin Go Bragh, Hidden Face, Irish Celtic

1922 Easter Rising

The IRA parades in Dublin at Easter 1922. (picture courtesy of the Irish Volunteer website).

Michael Collins Rally Poster, Naas, Kildare 1922 - Irish History Collectibles, Antiques and Memorabilia for Sale Arrow Baby Shower, Tribal Baby Shower, Baby Boy Shower, Printable Baby Shower Invitations, Baby Shower Invites For Girl, Michael Collins, Bridal Showers, Baby Showers, Rally

Michael Collins Rally Poster, Naas, Kildare 1922

Michael Collins Rally Poster, Naas, Kildare 1922 - Irish History Collectibles, Antiques and Memorabilia for Sale

A shell exploding at the Four Courts building in Dublin during the Irish Civil War, June - July IRA members inside the building were being bombarded by Irish Army Free State troops. Get premium, high resolution news photos at Getty Images Molly Malone, Ireland Pictures, Irish News, Free State, Modern History, Current Events, Troops, Dublin, Civilization

A shell exploding at the Four Courts building in Dublin during the...

A shell exploding at the Four Courts building in Dublin during the Irish Civil War, June - July 1922. IRA members inside the building were being bombarded by Irish Army Free State troops.