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The Ruins of Dublin 1916 Thomas Johnson Westropp (1860-1922)  Photograph album TCD MS 5870 Manuscripts & Archives Research Library Trinity College Dublin

The Ruins of Dublin 1916 Thomas Johnson Westropp (1860-1922) Photograph album TCD MS 5870 Manuscripts & Archives Research Library Trinity College Dublin

Ireland, Civil War - From UCD Digital Library, Desmond FitzGerald Photographs, "A photograph by W.D. Hogan of the main street of a country town; a truck load of Irish Free State Army soldiers has just passed along it and some of the soldiers are waving their rifles and hats triumphantly at civilians standing on the pavement and at other soldiers lining either side of their passage; two other soldiers are crossing the road in haste."

Ireland, Civil War - From UCD Digital Library, Desmond FitzGerald Photographs, "A photograph by W.D. Hogan of the main street of a country town; a truck load of Irish Free State Army soldiers has just passed along it and some of the soldiers are waving their rifles and hats triumphantly at civilians standing on the pavement and at other soldiers lining either side of their passage; two other soldiers are crossing the road in haste."

Ireland, Civil War: "A glum group of civilians; one is holding a tricolour aloft to which is attached a small holy picture of the sacred heart; a priest and a very formidable looking woman are holding rosary beads while the man beside them is touching his hat and looking very perplexed." UCD Digital Library, Desmond FitzGerald Photographs, Photograph by the Press Photographic Agency, London

Ireland, Civil War: "A glum group of civilians; one is holding a tricolour aloft to which is attached a small holy picture of the sacred heart; a priest and a very formidable looking woman are holding rosary beads while the man beside them is touching his hat and looking very perplexed." UCD Digital Library, Desmond FitzGerald Photographs, Photograph by the Press Photographic Agency, London

Ireland, War of Independence: Possibly a meeting of Dáil Éireann in the Mansion House, Dublin. UCD Digital Library, Desmond FitzGerald Photographs

Ireland, War of Independence: Possibly a meeting of Dáil Éireann in the Mansion House, Dublin. UCD Digital Library, Desmond FitzGerald Photographs

Post-1916 Rising Dublin General Post Office showing extensive damage: UCD Digital Library, Desmond FitzGerald Photographs "The photograph has been taken from Nelson's Pillar. Showing the façade of the GPO, with its gutted interior, silhouetted against a dark sky. Members of the public are walking by the GPO in the murky gloom, and a soldier or policeman appears to be on duty."

Post-1916 Rising Dublin General Post Office showing extensive damage: UCD Digital Library, Desmond FitzGerald Photographs "The photograph has been taken from Nelson's Pillar. Showing the façade of the GPO, with its gutted interior, silhouetted against a dark sky. Members of the public are walking by the GPO in the murky gloom, and a soldier or policeman appears to be on duty."

"The Fools, the fools, the fools! - they have left us our Fenian dead, and while Ireland holds these graves, Ireland unfree shall never be at peace."  On this day 1915, 70,000 people lined the streets of Dublin leading up to Glasnevin Cemetery for the funeral of Jeremiah O’Donovan Rossa. A man named Pádraig Pearse stepped forward and read an oration which would go down in Irish History.

"The Fools, the fools, the fools! - they have left us our Fenian dead, and while Ireland holds these graves, Ireland unfree shall never be at peace." On this day 1915, 70,000 people lined the streets of Dublin leading up to Glasnevin Cemetery for the funeral of Jeremiah O’Donovan Rossa. A man named Pádraig Pearse stepped forward and read an oration which would go down in Irish History.

Ireland, Civil War: A street in a country town with a series of burned out building in the background; smoke is still rising; a group of people appear to be salvaging items and placing them on a horse and cart. From Desmond FitzGerald Photographs, UCD Digital Library

Ireland, Civil War: A street in a country town with a series of burned out building in the background; smoke is still rising; a group of people appear to be salvaging items and placing them on a horse and cart. From Desmond FitzGerald Photographs, UCD Digital Library

turf, Ireland Officially it is called Ceapach na gCapall or Petersburg but Ballynonagh is the more correct name. It is no longer used for cutting turf. The hill in the background is called 'The Coreen'.

turf, Ireland Officially it is called Ceapach na gCapall or Petersburg but Ballynonagh is the more correct name. It is no longer used for cutting turf. The hill in the background is called 'The Coreen'.

Irish Free State Army on a building's stairs - From UCD Digital Library, Desmond FitzGerald Photographs, Photograph by W.D. Hogan "Three Irish Free State Army members in offensive position on the stairs of a building, possibly a private house."

Irish Free State Army on a building's stairs - From UCD Digital Library, Desmond FitzGerald Photographs, Photograph by W.D. Hogan "Three Irish Free State Army members in offensive position on the stairs of a building, possibly a private house."

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