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POSTCARDS: EASTER 1916 SET 4

The General Post Office Dublin (Rebel Headquarters) destroyed

The Rebel leaders used the GPO as their central command, flying their own flags from the rooftop masts.


The wreck they made of Church Street Dublin

British soldiers look through the debris, watched by an interested crowd of local women and children.


Ruined Sackville Street, Dublin, barricaded with Motor Cars.

Remains of several cars and scattered wash baskets are all that's left of this makeshift barricade. The sign on the building is for 'Freeman Telegraph'.


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