Putting the language of Pearse in context: Blood Sacrifice and 1916
Pearse's writings “consistently and deliberately and without reservation equate the patriot and the patriot people
Patrick Henry Pearse (also known as Pádraic or Pádraig Pearse; Irish: Pádraig Anraí Mac Piarais; An Piarsach; 10 November 1879 – 3 May 1916) was an Irish ...
Padraig Pearse (Patrick Henry Pearse) one of the leaders of the 1916 Irish Easter
Arnold Bax: poet and composer was drawn to Ireland
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Patrick Pearse - Easter Rising leader who read out the Proclamation of the Irish Republic outside
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during the First World War and its aftermath. It is true that MacNeill's position on political violence was not one of easy permissiveness, and he notably ...
Pádraig Pearse in an Irish Volunteer officer uniform addressing a recruitment meeting in July 1915.
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Nurse Elizabeth O'Farrell accompanied Patrick Pearse when he surrendered to the British at the
Leaders of the 1916 Easter Rising: Liam Mac Piarais – The Wild Geese Northern Ireland
Patrick Pearse. Photograph courtesy of the National Archives of Ireland
Patrick Pearse reading the 1916 Proclamation. 100 years ago was the Easter Uprising. The most significant event in Irish history besides the famine.
Pádraig Pearse surrenders at the end of the Easter Rising rebellion.
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"Ireland unfree shall never be at peace" (Patrick Pearse) - Dissident republican. "
Irish Parliamentary Party leader John Redmond addresses a mass rally, c. 1912-15. Location unknown. (Part of the Independent Newspapers Ireland/NLI ...
Patrick Pearse in his barrister's robes c. 1914. (Pearse Museum)
Ireland unfree shall never be at peace
Upon the ultimate surrender of the Irish, formally delivered in person by both Patrick Pearse and Elizabeth O'Farrell, the British administration made the ...
Patrick Pearse, romantic schoolteacher, who led the revolt
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Irish rebels during the Easter Rising in 1916
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Ben Phillips: “Listening to Irish expatriate NGO workers, diplomats, business people,
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100 years on, the Irish lay to rest the ghosts of the Easter Rising
James Pearse—archetypical Victorian working-class autodidact. (Pearse Museum)
1916 Padraig Pearse print with still life.
Tom Vaughan-Lawlor as Pearse
Lispole, County Kerry, Ireland
Easter Rising 1916: Six days of armed struggle that changed Irish and British history - BBC News
Rebel role: Tom Vaughan-Lawlor as 1916 leader Padraig Pearse.
Pádraig Mac Piarais (Elsie Mahaffy's account of the Easter Rising, TCD MS 2074)
Mary Teresa Hayden, Irish historian, Irish language activist and campaigner for women's causes, is born in Dublin on May 9, 1862.
Éamonn Ceannt was a leading Irish nationalist who helped with the revival of the Irish culture and also became involved with the planning of the 1916 Easter ...
Grandson of 1916 Easter Rising rebel condemns wave of violence in Ireland
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Eoin MacNeill (1867–1945) was above all a scholar, a historian of early and medieval Ireland, and an Irish linguist. His call for Irish nationalists to ...
By Philip Kehoe For many Irish people, living in Ireland and abroad, 2016 is sure to be a special year as the nation reflects upon one of its most defining ...
The early years of Seán MacDiarmada
A typed and signed document of Patrick Pearse's final order of surrender
O'Neill feels a strong sense of Irishness.
The death of Adrian Ismay, bottom right, can be traced back to the 1916
Childhood: Patrick McDonnell hero-worshipped Pearse and his 13 disciples like footballers
1916's Easter Rising transformed Great Britain as well as Ireland
The Irish nationalist Rover Casement kept diaries of his sexual exploits. Photo: Topical Press
Irish Heroes of 19116 Scarf
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Joseph Plunkett was born into a wealthy Catholic family in the city of Dublin. In his early years Joseph contacted tuberculosis and although he was taken ...
Patrick Pearse in characteristic side-on pose, pictured with his family
The leaders and organisers of the Rising. (Image: National Library of Ireland, EPH F339)
Quote from Patrick Pearse carved on the base of a statue to the IRA in Athlone
The changing faces of Northern Ireland's murals
WB Yeats, Ireland's most well-known poet wrote about the 1916 and 1919-
How St Enda's put the Troubles behind them
Irish Rebel: John Devoy & America's Fight for Ireland's Freedom, New Revised Edition Kindle Edition
Patrick Pearse' Graveside Oration of Jeremiah O'Donovan Rossa (Actual Footage of Funeral 1915) - YouTube
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Patrick Pearse and Proclamation
Proclamation of the Irish Republic read by leading republican Patrick Pearse read at the start of 1916 rebellion
Proclamation Day remembrance ceremony at Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology, 15 March 2016 (
"It was the volunteers who were the experts and the British who were the amateurs," says a uniformed man holding an 1871 "Howth" Mauser rifle.
Glasnevin Cemetery to "review" omission of Irish language from famous Pádraig Pearse speech
Into the Twilight: Arnold Bax and Ireland
Seven women who played a key part in 1916 and beyond, impacting on society
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Margaret Pearse and Oscar Traynor view weapons on display.
Chief plotter Tom Clarke.
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There were several interesting items in last Wednesday's BBC documentary, My Dad, the Peace Deal and Me, featuring the Irish comedian Patrick Kielty and his ...
Patrick John Hillery, Irish politician and the sixth President of Ireland, is born in Spanish Point, County Clare on May 2, 1923. He serves two terms in the ...
As our neighbors in the UK grapple with the fallout over Brexit, Ireland is much further along in making its peace with its challenging past