Online Exhibition | Signatories
The 1916 Rising marked a turning point in Irish history. In this online exhibition, find out more about the men who signed the Proclamation through photographs, letters, and ephemera.
On Easter Monday 1916, at a time when Ireland was an integral part of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, seven Irishmen proclaimed the establishment of the Irish Republic, nominating themselves as its provisional government. Together with 1,600 poorly armed followers, they occupied prominent buildings in Dublin. Discover what happened next and the impact it would have on the Irish revolution.
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