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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.

Easter Lily metal badge

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

Conter-order of Easter Rising by Eoin MacNeill.

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Conter-order of Easter Rising by Eoin MacNeill.

Dublin 1916 Then & Now – Pictures from the 1916 Rising

Dublin 1916 Then & Now - Pictures from the 1916 Rising

All the text and photographs below have been compiled by Derek Molyneux and his daughter Shannon. Well done to them both, they have and are doing outstanding work in remembering the 1916 Rising. The Irish Volunteers Commemorative Organisation are thankful for their support and we congratulate them on a great work in progress.. Derek

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Dublin 1916 Then & Now - Pictures from the 1916 Rising

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The ‘Irish Times’ covering the events of the 1916 Rising. This was a weekly edition covering Saturday 29 April, 6 May, and 13 May 1916.

The ‘Irish Times’ covering the events of the 1916 Rising. This was a weekly edition covering Saturday 29 April, 6 May, and 13 May 1916.

Dublin children collecting firewood from ruined buildings damaged in the Easter Rising beginning on this day in 1916.

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“Dublin children collecting firewood from ruined buildings damaged in the Easter Rising beginning on this day in 1916.”

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Dublin 1916 Then & Now - Pictures from the 1916 Rising

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Margaret Pearse laying a wreath on the graves of sons Padraic and Willie Pearse at Arbour Hill 1916.(Pre landscaping).

Margaret Pearse laying a wreath on the graves of sons Padraic and Willie Pearse at Arbour Hill 1916.(Pre landscaping).

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Dublin 1916 Then & Now - Pictures from the 1916 Rising

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Destruction in Dublin following the 1916 Easter Rising  This picture I picked for a very different reason than the others.  First of all, it's less than 100 years old, but also it's a topic I'm not as familiar with, but would like to learn more about.  There's always something more to learn, no matter how much you have always learned.

First world war: Archive reports on the 1916 Easter Rising in Ireland

May 4 1916: An archive article from the Irish News on the attempt to declare an 'Irish Republic'

april 24, easter uprising began in dublin in 1916 (photo:  ppcc antifa on flickr)

Wandbild mural Osteraufstand Easter Rising Dublin 1916 - IRA

Das Wandbild an der Falls Road Ecke Beachmount Avenue in West-Belfast erinnert an den Osteraufstand und ehrt die an der Rebellion beteiligten und getöteten Kämmpferinnen und Kämpfer. Das Bild zeigt einen jungen IRA-Kämpfer vor dem hart umkämpften Post-Gebäude in Dublin. Darunter die Wappen der vier irischen Provinzen sowie die Lilie, welches als "Osterblume" zum Symbol für den irischen Freiheitskampf geworden ist.

Liberty Hall and a bombarded house, Beresford Place.

1916 Rising photos never before seen publicly revealed | IrishCentral.com

Limerick historian documented Dublin in ruins after the Easter rebellion in collection of captivating photographs.

Norman Teeling | On View - Art Gallery - The 1916 Rising/The GPO Burns

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Norman-Teeling | Art Gallery exhibits landscapes, interiors, cityscapes, seascapes, still life, portraits, plus The 1916 Rising at the GPO Dublin, Ireland. Contempoary Irish art. En plein air Impressionism. On View - Art Gallery - The 1916 Rising/The GPO Burns

Corner of Middle Abbey St before fall of "corner+house."

1916 Rising photos never before seen publicly revealed | IrishCentral.com

Limerick historian documented Dublin in ruins after the Easter rebellion in collection of captivating photographs.