British troops during the War of Independance, Dublin, Ireland. 1921

Troops of the British Occupation Forces watch over Dublin City during the War of Independence, Ireland, 1920

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.

British soldier guards injured republican prisoners in a temporary hospital at Dublin Castle after the Easter Rising of

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

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Poor children of Dublin collecting firewood from the ruined buildings damaged in the Easter Rising ©Hulton Archive.

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Howitzers and heavy grenade guns of the "Free Staters" at work in the streets of Dublin during the Irish Civil War, beginning in July 1922

The IRA parades in Dublin at Easter 1922. (picture courtesy of the Irish Volunteer website).

The IRA parades in Dublin at Easter (picture courtesy of the Irish Volunteer website).

The Crown Forces: Dublin Metropolitan Policeman stands between two Auxiliaries, to the right a British soldier.

The Crown Forces: Dublin Metropolitan Policeman stands between two Auxiliaries, to the right a British soldier.

Summerhill, Dublin 1940. All the babys prams lined up outside the Pawn Broker..

Charles H. Hewitt :: Mother and Children on Empty Street, Upper Buckingham Street, Dublin, ca.

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. Th…

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.

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.

An image from the Irish Civil War. The Irish Civil War (Irish: Cogadh Cathartha…

RIC and Dublin Metropolitan Police arrest union organiser James Larkin 1913

The RIC and Dublin Metropolitan Police arresting trade union organiser James Larkin during the 1913 Dublin Lockout. Larkin had disguised him.

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. Th…

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.

Funeral of Michael Collins, in Glasnevin Cemetary, Dublin

Funeral of Michael Collins, in Glasnevin Cemetary, Dublin, Some people attended his funeral, almost one fifth of the country's population at that time.

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