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National Army soldiers drive a car laden with wreaths through Dublin towards Glasnevin, for the burial of Michael Ireland 1916, Irish Independence, Easter Rising, Michael Collins, Ireland Homes, Historical Photos, Funeral, Dublin, Celtic

Funeral of Michael Collins

National Army soldiers drive a car laden with wreaths through the streets of Dublin towards Glasnevin Cemetery for the burial of Michael Collins. cattlewagons Tells us that the vehicle is a Crossley, military tender with the twin rear tyres. Collins was riding in a very rare Leyland 8 car when he was assassinated. Photographer: Probably W.D. Hogan Date: Monday, 28 August 1922 NLI Ref.: HOGW 29

in 1921 – In an extremely hostile environment over the Treaty debate, Michael Collins smells some dirty work and addresses the House. – Stair na hÉireann/History of Ireland Irish Celtic, Irish Men, Ireland 1916, Irish Independence, Erin Go Bragh, Irish Eyes Are Smiling, Michael Collins, Celtic Mythology, 90s Fashion

#OTD in 1921 – In an extremely hostile environment over the Treaty debate, Michael Collins smells some dirty work and addresses the House. – Stair na hÉireann/History of Ireland

British soldier guards injured republican prisoners in a temporary hospital at Dublin Castle after the Easter Rising of Irish Republican Army, Ireland 1916, Dublin Ireland, British Soldier, British Army, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Easter Rising, Socialism

A British army soldier stands guard over Irish republican prisoners in a temporary hospital at Dublin Castle following the Easter Rising, Ireland, 1916. Original publication: The Graphic, pub. 13th May 1916.

Sean Collins stands by the coffiin of his brother, Irish soldier, politician and Sinn Fein leader Michael Collins who was killed by anti-treaty republicans in an ambush near Bandon in County Cork. Get premium, high resolution news photos at Getty Images Ireland 1916, Irish News, Images Of Ireland, Michael Collins, County Cork, Cork Ireland, Poetic Justice, Fighting Irish, Luck Of The Irish

Sean Collins stands by the coffiin of his brother, Irish soldier,...

Sean Collins stands by the coffiin of his brother, Irish soldier, politician and Sinn Fein leader Michael Collins who was killed by anti-treaty republicans in an ambush near Bandon in County Cork. Get premium, high resolution news photos at Getty Images

Countess Markievicz arrested after the 1916 Easter Rising surrender at the Royal College of Surgeons. Ireland 1916, Irish Independence, Easter Rising, Michael Collins, Fighting Irish, Women's History, Constance, Current Events, Dublin

Countess Markievicz arrested after the 1916 Easter Rising surrender at the Royal College of Surgeons.

Michael Collins, Revolutionary And Founder Of The Irish Free State. Photo He did what was thought to be impossible.Born: October County Cork and Assassinated: August Béal na Bláth. B/W Photo Colourised by Pearse. Ireland 1916, Dublin Ireland, Ireland Map, Funeral, Irish Independence, Irish Free State, Irish Republican Army, What Is Thinking, Erin Go Bragh

This is what Collins wrote shortly after he signed the Anglo-Irish treaty in London on 6 December 1921: "When you have sweated, toiled, had mad dreams, hopeless nightmares, you find yourself in London's streets, cold and dank in the night air. Think - what have I got for Ireland? Something which she has wanted these past seven hundred years. Will anyone be satisfied at the bargain? Will anyone? I tell you this; early this morning I signed my death warrant. I thought at the time how odd…

A Scottish Borderer closing the entrance to the Royal Barracks, after the Bachelor's Walk Massacre in Dublin. Three were killed and thirty injured after Crown forces failed to capture Irish Volunteers involved in the Howth gun-running incident. Old Pictures, Old Photos, Events Place, World Conflicts, Photo Engraving, Dublin Ireland, Entrance, Places To Visit, Michael Collins

A Scottish Borderer closing the entrance to the Royal Barracks, after the Bachelor's Walk Massacre in Dublin. Three were killed and thirty injured after Crown forces failed to capture 1,000 Irish Volunteers involved in the Howth gun-running incident.

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