1916: The Aftermath

1916: The Aftermath

Dr Fearghal McGarry discusses the aftermath of the Rising and its effect on Irish political life.

The GAA and the Great War

The GAA and the Great War

A short film by David Molumby, UCD, on James Rossiter, the Wexford GAA star who died during the First World War

Conscription and Irish Labour

Conscription and Irish Labour

Historian Niamh Puirséil discusses the impact of conscription in Britain in 1916 on the Irish labour movement.

War, Rebellion and Redmond

War, Rebellion and Redmond

Prof. Gearóid Ó Tuathaigh talks to RTÉ’S David McCullagh about John Redmond and the aftermath of the 1916 Rising.

'Shot like a dog'

'Shot like a dog'

Ed Mulhall on the murder of Francis Sheehy Skeffington and the subsequent trial of Captain Bowen Colthurst

Gallipoli Watercolours

Gallipoli Watercolours

A beautiful set of G. Drummond Fish watercolours of Gallipoli that went on display in Dublin in 1916

Issue 84: 2016-09-28
Photograph of John Redmond: Home Rule is safe if Ireland is sane
Pro-Home Rule postcard of a cat bearing a cut-out shamrock, c.1914. Photo: South Dublin County Libraries

John Redmond: Home Rule is safe if Ireland is sane

By Century Ireland

Waterford, 6 October 1916 - ‘Home Rule is safe if Ireland is sane’, John Redmond said in Waterford today. It was his first major speech since the Easter Rising earlier...

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Century Ireland

The Century Ireland project is an online historical newspaper that tells the story of the events of Irish life a century ago.