Destroyed buildings, wrecked vehicles and damage after the "Easter Rising" in Dublin Ireland
Dublin Ireland Date:1916, April Duration:1 min 50 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Destruction in Dublin, Ireland after the "Easter Rising" or "Easter Rebellion" armed uprising of 1916, attempting to establish an independent Irish Republic, without British rule. People stand outside a destroyed building. Rubble on the ground. The Daniel O'Connell Monument on O'Connell Street. Buildings along the sides of the street. The General Post Office, which served as rebel headquarters for the Irish Republicans. Lots of vehicle and pedestrian traffic. Wrecked vehicles and furniture outside a damaged building. British soldiers guard the building. Damaged buildings of the Irish Workers Union and Liberty Hall. A man holds an Irish War Newspaper published by the rebel Irish Republic. Headline (during World War I) reads, "How the Germans conquered England."
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