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Treasure a Piece of Irish History


Many historians view the 1916 Proclamation as the most important document in Irish history. The Proclamation declared the Irish Republic as a Sovereign Independent State and, among other things, guaranteed religious and civil liberty and equal rights to the citizens of Ireland.


On Easter Monday 1916 Padraig Pearse read the Proclamation outside the Dublin GPO at noon, signaling the start of the Easter Rising. Facing far superior forces the rebels eventually surrendered after seven days of bloody fighting in the streets of Dublin.


Following the Easter Rising all seven signatories (and the six other rebel leaders featured in the Reproduction), were executed by British Army firing squad. While the Rising was a military failure, it proved to be the genesis of the present day Republic of Ireland.

 

Visitors to this site may enjoy listening to award winning author and journalist Joesph Connor's excellent podcast as he reflects on  the occasion of the 94th anniversary of the 1916 Easter Rising. Joseph O'Connor's Wednesday Radio Diary is commissioned by RTE One's Drivetime With Mary Wilson. Click on the link below to hear the podcast.

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This beautifully presented rare reproduction of the 'Signing of the Proclamation 1916', which first went on sale over 90 years ago, is now available to you, matted and mounted in a beautiful Wood Frame (16½" x 14½") - (41.9cm x 36.8cm), for only 100 Euro including delivery (delivery covers Ireland, UK, USA, Canada, Australia & New Zealand - for other countries please contact us by email at: info(at)faithandartpublishing1916.com (replace (at) with @).

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