Guerra Civil Irlandesa

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Ireland: Co. An old mill building by the side of a stream a mile or two from Béal na Bláth, where Michael Collins was killed. Vacation Places, Dream Vacations, The Wild Geese, Images Of Ireland, Michael Collins, England Ireland, Ireland Homes, Irish Celtic, Ireland Travel

Old Mill Near Béal na Bláth & Michael Collins Death

Ireland: Co. Cork. An old mill building by the side of a stream a mile or two from Béal na Bláth, where Michael Collins was killed.

 Vincent Byrne, E Company, Battalion, Dublin Brigade, Old IRA. Irish T, Irish Celtic, Ireland 1916, Dublin Ireland, Ireland Map, Irish Independence, Easter Rising, North Europe, Images Of Ireland

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

Comdt. Vincent Byrne, E Company, 2nd Battalion, Dublin Brigade, Old IRA.I have put online some material which once belonged to Commandant Vincent (V...

IRA propaganda art/poster displays both the heavy pro-Irish freedom and heavy anti-British government sentiments held by the IRA. Ireland 1916, Dublin Ireland, Irish Independence, Irish Republican Army, The Wild Geese, Easter Rising, Propaganda Art, Erin Go Bragh, Irish Pride

100 Years Ago ... The Lost Opportunity of a Peaceful Path to Irish Independence

A response to some critics of a commemoration of the centenary of the Home Rule act By John Bruton Ronan Fanning (Irish Times 16 August) is right to say we sho…

Window on history: Never-before-seen pictures of (r-l) Michael Collins Arthur Griffith and Richard Mulcahy Ireland on independent historic archive. Michael Collins, Irish Rebellion 1916, Ireland 1916, Ireland Map, Dublin Ireland, Irish News, Irish Republican Army, Irish Warrior, Irish Celtic

Independent's historic archive available online

The Irish Independent Photo Archive spans the years from 1912 to 1999.

Michael Collins & Richard Mulcahy at the funeral of Arthur Griffith: Keogh Collection at the National Library of Ireland Ireland 1916, Dublin Ireland, Irish Free State, Easter Rising, Michael Collins, British Soldier, Irish Celtic, Political Events, My Heritage

August 16, 1922

This shot of Michael Collins and Risteard Mulcahy was taken in Glasnevin Cemetery at the funeral of Arthur Griffith, who died on 12 August 1922. Michael Collins was killed on 22 August at Béal na mBláth in Cork, and was himself buried in Glasnevin Cemetery just 12 days after this photo was taken. Date: 16 August 1922 NLI Ref.: KE_173

Michael Collins & the Squad: their guns. Vinnie Byrne's gun is on the right, Collins' on the left. (I believe it's in Cathal Brugha Barracks Visitor Centre, Dublin) Republican News, Ireland 1916, Easter Rising, Michael Collins, Battle Cry, Irish Roots, Irish Eyes, Fighting Irish, Going Home

Michael Collins & the Squad: their guns. Vinnie Byrne's gun is on the right, Collins' on the left. (I believe this photo from Collins Barracks Museum, Cork)

These boys dressed in Na Fianna Éireann uniforms are carrying wreaths as part of the funeral procession of Michael Collins. Format: Glass Negative Date: 28 August 1922 NLI Ref.: Reproduction rights owned by the National Library of Ireland Ireland 1916, Irish Independence, Michael Collins, Ireland Homes, Free State, Irish Eyes, Lest We Forget, Military History, Funeral

Michael Collins Funeral

These boys dressed in Na Fianna Éireann uniforms are carrying wreaths as part of the funeral procession of Michael Collins. Format: Glass Negative Date: 28 August 1922 NLI Ref.: INDH314 Reproduction rights owned by the National Library of Ireland

This Sunday August, a very special guest will be 'rolling' into the… Ireland 1916, West Cork, Michael Collins, Al Capone, Army Vehicles, Emerald Isle, Special Guest, Cemetery, Old Photos

This Sunday 17th August, a very special guest will be 'rolling' into the cemetery. The iconic Sliabh na mBan will be on show at the Museum for the day. What has assured Sliabh na mBan’s special place in history is the fact that it formed part of General Michael Collins’ convoy which was ambushed on 22nd of August,1922 at Béal na mBláth in West Cork. The ambush resulted in the tragic death of General Collins, who was then Commander in Chief of the National Army.