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A Field of her Making

Collection by Kali Napier • Last updated 11 weeks ago

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Diggers in Malta . about troops from the Gallipoli campaign came to Malta for care. World War One, First World, Anzac Memorial, Heaven Wallpaper, Gallipoli Campaign, Historical Concepts, Ww1 History, Malta Island, Anzac Day

Diggers in Malta ... about 55,000 troops from the Gallipoli campaign came to Malta for care. Picture: Richard Ellis archive.

 Anzacs from the Gallipoli campaign were taken to Malta for treatment. Picture: Courtesy of Malta's Heritage. Gallipoli Campaign, Ww1 History, Troops, Soldiers, Anzac Day, World War One, The Republic, First Nations, Malta

Walking wounded ... 58,000 Anzacs from the Gallipoli campaign were taken to Malta for treatment. Picture: Courtesy of Malta's Heritage.

 Hospital in Malta Wellcome - St. Edward's College, Malta - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Royal Engineers, World War I, Malta, Saints, Hospitals, Louvre, Medical, College, Military

Royal Army Medical Corps; Hospital in Malta Wellcome L0025688 - St. Edward's College, Malta - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Giclee Print: English Troops Inside the Ruins of the Post Office, Anti-English Irish Uprising, Dublin, May 1916 : Irish Republican Brotherhood, General Post Office, Easter Rising, Ireland Homes, Tropical Art, Dublin Ireland, Troops, Giclee Print, History

Easter Rising | Events, Leaders, Executions, & Facts

Summary of the Easter Rising, the Irish republican insurrection against British government in Ireland, which began on April 24, 1916, in Dublin.

Australia’s unlikely history in Malta where ANZAC troops enjoyed respite, recreation and rehabilitation Australian Coat Of Arms, Ww1 History, Malta Valletta, Malta Island, Cinema Theatre, Anzac Day, The Far Side, Little Island, Home Cinemas

A spot of respite ... servicemen enjoy a dance at Australia Hall. Picture: Richard Ellis / Archive Malta

Ladies race at Għajn Tuffieħa, Malta. Farmers have now re-claimed to land. Credit: The Empire Studio. Malta Valletta, World War I, Malta Mellieha, Vintage Ladies, Empire, 100 Yards, Racing, History, Studio

Malta during 1916 – the Year of Attrition of World War I

Michael Galea reviews Maltese newspapers published during 1916 to reveal snapshots of wartime life on the island.

Part of O’Connell Street (the upper end, I think), central Dublin, after the Easter Rising, 1916 Photos Du, Old Photos, Ireland 1916, Irish Independence, Castle Series, Easter Rising, Ares, Emerald Isle, Ireland Travel

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“Part of O'Connell Street, Dublin, after the Easter Rising, 1916”

Part of O’Connell Street (the upper end, I think), central Dublin, after the Easter Rising, 1916 Photos Du, Old Photos, Ireland 1916, Irish Independence, Castle Series, Easter Rising, Ares, Emerald Isle, Ireland Travel

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“Part of O'Connell Street, Dublin, after the Easter Rising, 1916”

Well-groomed POWs inside their tents. A Hundred Years, Prisoners Of War, Wwi, Maltese, Tents, German, Camping, Poses, Couple Photos

Love blossomed for clerk in a Maltese POW camp

Unspoken feelings for British officer ended in marriage 13 years after war

St Clement’s PoW camp, Cottonera, drawn by detainee Lt. Joseph Hubner in the Salter album. World War I, Maltese, Joseph, Vintage World Maps, Draw, Album, History, World War One, Historia

The Salter album from World War I

[attach id=360877 size="medium"]Portrait of George H. Sallter, the British officer to whom the autograph book was dedicated by the PoWs in the Cottonera camps.[

April British troops at a makeshift barricade, at a key point in the city, The Irish rebellion began on Easter Monday April 1916 when the Irish rebels attempted to gain control of public buildings in Dublin. (Photo by Popperfoto/Getty Images) Ireland 1916, Dublin Ireland, Dublin Street, Dublin City, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Irish Independence, Easter Rising, Irish Eyes

1916 - Connolly, blood sacrifice and defeating British imperialism

The Easter rising began at mid-day today 90 years ago. Traditionally the anniversary is marked as being on the Easter Monday rather than the actual date, perhaps in part because of the common theme of blood sacrifice. Histories of the rising tend to focus on the idea of blood sacrifice at both a motivation for the rising and the reason for the creation of the Free State. This article argues that although this may have been an important motivation on the day it was not the reason for the…

Australia’s unlikely history in Malta where ANZAC troops enjoyed respite, recreation and rehabilitation Gallipoli Campaign, Ww1 History, Malta Valletta, Malta Island, Anzac Day, Little Island, Home Cinemas, Troops, Old Photos

In its heyday ... Australia Hall in Pembroke, Malta. Picture: Richard Ellis Archive Malta