IRISH CIVIL WAR

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An image from the Irish Civil War. The Irish Civil War (Irish: Cogadh Cathartha… Ireland 1916, Dublin Ireland, Roisin Dubh, Irish Free State, Irish Republican Army, Easter Rising, Michael Collins, Civil Wars, Irish Celtic

An image from the Irish Civil War. The Irish Civil War (Irish: Cogadh Cathartha na hÉireann; 28 June 1922 – 24 May 1923) followed the Irish War of Independence and accompanied the establishment of the Irish Free State; an entity independent from the United Kingdom but within the British Empire.

President John F Kennedy at Arbour Hill Memorial Park in 1963 Ireland. The 1916 Easter Rising leaders are executed and buried in Dublin. JFK visits Arbour Hill on 28 June in Stoneybatter Dublin 7 and lays a wreath. Ireland 1916, Dublin Ireland, Irish Independence, Kilmainham Gaol, Easter Rising, Old Irish, Dublin City, Dublin Street, Memorial Park

April 28th 1916, Patrick Pearse surrenders to British Troops outside the GPO in Dublin. Public opinion was against them and they were booed and heckled as they were led away. This was to change some 2 weeks later when the first if the leaders of the Easter Rising were executed.

Irish Free State Army Michael Brennan 1934 2 Page Photo Article Irish Free State, Army Uniform, Military Uniforms, Interwar Period, Men Are Men, Defence Force, Military Pictures, Military Weapons, Modern Warfare

Irish Free State Army Michael Brennan 1934 2 Page Photo Article A902

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An Irish Guards machine-gun team in 1914 during the beginning of World War Not a single one of these men pictured here survived the war. Ww1 History, British History, Military History, World War One, First World, Men Are Men, Lest We Forget, Guy Pictures, Historical Photos

Irish Guard Machine gun team - 1914. None of the men photographed here would survive the war.

TIL that Michael Collins the most wanted man in Ireland in his day, had spies and informers everywhere including the police, the army, and even in Dublin Castle, the British administrative centre in Ireland tasked with capturing him. British History, American History, Irish American, Women's History, Local History, Ancient History, Native American, Ireland 1916, Dublin Ireland

Black and Tan Auxiliaries joking outside of their recently bombed quarters in Dublin, 1920.

Members of the Irish Volunteers/IRA train with SMLE rifles c. World Conflicts, Wwii, Irish, Photo Galleries, Around The Worlds, Rifles, Volunteers, Gallery, Train

Members of the Irish Volunteers/IRA train with SMLE rifles c. 1919.