By Mick O'Farrell
A choice of fascinating and strange information from one of many largest occasions in Irish background. The 1916 emerging used to be Ireland's first step at the street to independence, yet even those that understand greatly approximately it can now not recognize that there have been transitority ceasefires round St Stephen's eco-friendly to permit the park-keeper to feed the Green's geese. Few comprehend that the 1st pictures of the emerging have been truly fired close to Portlaoise or certainly that either side issued receipts: the rebels for foodstuff, the British for rebels! 50 stuff you did not learn about 1916 beneficial properties excerpts from formerly unpublished diaries—one written by way of a civilian, and one written below hearth through a member of the Jacob's manufacturing unit garrison. It additionally tells the tale of the way the British military shelled the routes into Galway urban to disperse rebels below the command of Liam Mellows, and the way the officer who took Pearse's quit went directly to turn into a Hollywood star.50 issues is a treasure trove of data that would appeal...
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Helped along down York St past Col of Surgeons held by our fellows & back to factory. ’ Volunteer O’Grady died shortly afterwards. Interestingly, de Brún’s diary ends on that Saturday, 29 April 1916, but inside the back cover a different hand continues the story and has written: ‘This diary was found in Jacob’s factory after the rising in Easter 1916. ’ This is signed ‘J. Doyle’. (The name J. ) The rebellion ended on Sunday, and in his official statement thirty-three years later, de Brún says that men wept bitterly with disappointment and many smashed their guns rather than surrender them.
It wasn’t bad luck, bad timing, or bad organisation that led to the Aud’s scuttling, it was the inevitable result of dedicated code-breaking by Room 40, a ‘band of professors, clergymen, actors, art experts and naval officers’ who mastered Germany’s codes and affected the course of not just the First World War, but also Ireland’s Easter rebellion. 3. First shot of the Rising? Unsurprisingly, the first shot of the Rising has more than one claimant. However, one claim that has many supporters is that of the Volunteers of Laois, who destroyed a section of railway track at a place called Colt Wood on the night of 23 April – the day before the Rising began in Dublin.
In one case, the ‘items’ consisted of 200 rebel prisoners! E. ] Capt 2/6 North Staff Regt OC Escort Two days later, on 8 May, Captain Branston was issued another receipt: Received from Capt HPG Branston 2/8 Sherwood Foresters, 100 (one hundred) pairs of RIC handcuffs. * On the rebel side, meanwhile, receipts were issued for commandeered foodstuffs – in one instance, a receipt was left on the premises of Messrs Alex Findlater & Co, which said ‘Commandeered by the Irish Republic, to be paid for, goods to the value of about £25.
50 Things You Didn't Know About the 1916 Easter Rising by Mick O'Farrell