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Ireland 1916

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Vinny Byrne, the most feared assassin sent by Michael Collins

It's a wonder Hollywood has not recreated the life of one of Michael Collins' right-hand men.

The Crown Forces: Dublin Metropolitan Policeman stands between two Auxiliaries, to the right a British soldier. Ireland 1916, Dublin Ireland, Ireland Map, Northern Ireland Troubles, Irish Independence, Irish Republican Army, Dublin Street, The Ira, Ireland Pictures

The IRA ‘Big Gun’ and the Death of Matt Furlong, 1920

Arming the Irish Republican Army during the War of Independence was not an easy task; weapons, particularly modern ones, were not readily available. In the countryside shotguns were common, as most…

A suspected member of the Irish nationalist party Sinn Fein is searched at gunpoint by temporary constables of the British Black and Tans, during the Irish War of Independence, Ireland, November Get premium, high resolution news photos at Getty Images British Army, British Isles, Ireland 1916, Irish Independence, Irish Republican Army, Rebel, Images Of Ireland, Michael Collins, Irish Celtic

'It's like calling a shoe the Al Qaeda': Outrage as Nike names new $90 trainer after 'brutal' British Black and Tans who cracked down on Irish in 1920s

Sportswear giant Nike has been blasted for naming a new $90 'beer-themed' trainer after a notorious British paramilitary unit sent to Ireland to suppress revolt in the 1920s.

The Fingal brigade IRA, Before the battle of Ashbourne, 1916 . Ireland 1916, Irish Independence, Irish Republican Army, Easter Rising, Michael Collins, Ireland Homes, Irish Eyes, Irish Celtic, Emerald Isle

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Songs and music and photos, from Irelands fight for freedom.I916 to 1922,

This is believed to show the Irish Rebel prisoners on return from Frongoch. Ireland 1916, Irish Independence, Easter Rising, Ireland Pictures, Irish People, Erin Go Bragh, Michael Collins, Irish Eyes

Comdt. Vincent Byrne, E Company, 2nd Battalion, Dublin Brigade, Old IRA.

Comdt. Vincent Byrne, E Company, 2nd Battalion, Dublin Brigade, Old IRA. Militaria

IRA Volunteer's Peter the Painter. The most famous gun associated with the Irish Revolutionary Years. Ireland 1916, Dublin Ireland, Irish Free State, Irish Republican Army, Easter Rising, The Ira, Michael Collins, Irish Culture, Family Genealogy

Irish Volunteer Commemorative Organisation Memorabilia on Display

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"Business as Usual" 6 Harcourt Street, Dublin. As Free State Aire Airgid (Minister for Finance), Michael Collins was based in this building and there is still a surviving escape tunnel under no. Ireland 1916, Dublin Ireland, Ireland Travel, University College Dublin, Catholic University, Australian Newspapers, Dublin House, Dublin Street, Irish Catholic

"Business as Usual"

Sinn Féin Bank at No. 6 Harcourt Street, Dublin following an attack. Cardinal John Henry Newman lived at this address, and 6 Harcourt Street was one of three buildings housing the Irish Catholic University (founded by Newman on 3 November 1854) that went on to be University College Dublin. As Free State Aire Airgid (Minister for Finance), Michael Collins was based in this building and there is still a surviving escape tunnel under no. 6. Questions were asked of the Minister for Finance in…

Some weaponry that was used during the Rising Ireland 1916, Ireland Map, Irish Republican Army, Soccer Flags, Easter Rising, Erin Go Bragh, Michael Collins, Irish Pride, Irish Eyes

Ireland 2016 on Twitter

“A collection of small arms used during the #1916Rising era. (Conor Dullaghan via @RareIrishStuff )”