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1915 COMES ALIVE IN DUBLIN CITY CENTRE [The 'Road to the Rising’] REF-103147 [BY WILLIAM MURPHY]

1915 COMES ALIVE IN DUBLIN CITY CENTRE [The 'Road to the Rising’] REF-103147 [BY WILLIAM MURPHY]

Cobh Town - 'The Lusitania Monument' by sculptor Jerome Connor in memory of those lost when the Cunard liner was sunk by U-20 on 7th May, 1915, off the Old Head of Kinsale. [STREETS OF IRELAND PROJECT]

Cobh Town - 'The Lusitania Monument' by sculptor Jerome Connor in...

Cobh Town - 'The Lusitania Monument' by sculptor Jerome Connor in memory of those lost when the Cunard liner was sunk by U-20 on 7th May, 1915, off the Old Head of Kinsale. [STREETS OF IRELAND PROJECT]

Funeral procession of Fenian Jeremiah O’Donovan Rossa, August 1, 1915. Trams drew to a halt and crowds lined the streets as the coffin passed. O’Rossa had died on Staten Island on 29 June 1915, but his body was brought back to Ireland for burial in Glasnevin Cemetery. This photo was taken at Parnell Square East, or Rutland Square East as it was then known.

Funeral procession of Fenian Jeremiah O’Donovan Rossa, August 1, 1915. Trams drew to a halt and crowds lined the streets as the coffin passed. O’Rossa had died on Staten Island on 29 June 1915, but his body was brought back to Ireland for burial in Glasnevin Cemetery. This photo was taken at Parnell Square East, or Rutland Square East as it was then known.

August 1, 1915 Funeral procession of Fenian Jeremiah O'Donovan Rossa. Trams drew to a halt and crowds lined the streets as the coffin passed. O'Rossa had died on Staten Island on 29 June 1915, but his body was brought back to Ireland for burial in Glasnevin Cemetery. This photo was taken at Parnell Square East, or Rutland Square East as it was then known

August 1, 1915 Funeral procession of Fenian Jeremiah O'Donovan Rossa. Trams drew to a halt and crowds lined the streets as the coffin passed. O'Rossa had died on Staten Island on 29 June 1915, but his body was brought back to Ireland for burial in Glasnevin Cemetery. This photo was taken at Parnell Square East, or Rutland Square East as it was then known

Between 1910 and 1915 New York's O'Kalem Film Company produced almost thirty films dealing with Ireland and Irish subjects. Enjoy a rare opportunity to view the earliest series of fiction films made here and shot on both sides of the Atlantic.

Between 1910 and 1915 New York's O'Kalem Film Company produced almost thirty films dealing with Ireland and Irish subjects. Enjoy a rare opportunity to view the earliest series of fiction films made here and shot on both sides of the Atlantic.

An on street photography exhibition will show the social context of the time - Dublin in 1915. In 1915 Dublin was a city at war - and a city on the edge of rebellion. Curated by Mark Duncan and Dr Paul Rouse, Century Ireland, the exhibition will be open from 11am-5pm.

An on street photography exhibition will show the social context of the time - Dublin in 1915. In 1915 Dublin was a city at war - and a city on the edge of rebellion. Curated by Mark Duncan and Dr Paul Rouse, Century Ireland, the exhibition will be open from 11am-5pm.

"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.

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