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There she stands, gracefully and defiantly guarding the tricolor flag of Eire whilst holding the harp of a bard in one hand and the spear of a warrior in the other....representing the two sides of the Irish people. Fittingly, she stands on top of the General Post Office in Dublin, the place where the Irish Republican Army made their desperate attempt at gaining their freedom by overthrowing the British in Ireland, on Easter of 1916.

The black & tans were formed in 1920 to serve as British forces in Ireland. The black & tans were ruthless in Ireland with their atrocities against the people of Ireland.

The black & tans were formed in 1920 to serve as British forces in Ireland. The black & tans were ruthless in Ireland with their atrocities against the people of Ireland.

The proclamation of Irish Independence by Irish Republicans during the Easter Rising of 1916. The uprising was brutally crushed and several leaders were executed by British forces; however, the defeat served as a rallying cry for Irish independence, resulting in a protracted insurgency and eventual Irish independence in 1922.

From the legend of the Claddagh ring to 'drowning the Shamrock' on St. Patrick's Day Irish Culture and Customs is a collection of articles and stories that covers a wide variety of topics drawn from Ireland's rich history and heritage. - World Cultures European

Collection of Independence Era news reels of Ireland!! The Irish Independence Film Collection – IFI Player

The period 1900-1930 was one of the most turbulent in Irish history, with WW1, the Easter Rising, the War of Independence, the Irish Civil War all taking place.

Eamon Duggan, Harry Boland and Michael Collins at a match on Croke Park, 1921. Irish Independent Archives

Eamon Duggan, Harry Boland and Michael Collins at a match on Croke Park, 1921. Irish Independent Archives

The Easter Lily is an emblem of unity between the different traditions within the Irish nation as well as the heroism of those who sacrificed their lives in 1916. It symbolises unity, equality and prosperity for all Irish people everywhere.

The Sinn Féin shop,selling a wide variety of Irish historical and revolutionary products including books, magazines, t-shirts, jerseys, flags and much more

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