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Dublin Evening Mail - 2nd May 1916 -Page 3 (Headline page).

Dublin Evening Mail - 2nd May 1916 -Page 3 (Headline page).

Dublin Evening Mail - 2nd May 1916 -Page 3 (Headline page). Headlines and copy includes:

"AFTER THE REVOLUTION: THE SITUATION IMPROVING - HOW IT BEGAN -THE ATTACK OF THE CASTLE". "DESTRUCTION IN DUBLIN - SACKVILLE STREET LIKE YPRES- BUI;LDINGS RAZED TO THE GROUND - HENRY STREET A SMOULDERING RUIN - A CITY LOOTED AND BOMBARDED".

"TO-DAY'S OFFICIAL STATEMENT- COUNTRY GENERALLY QUIET - Rebels considered suitable for trial are being tried under the F.G.C.M under The Defence of the Realm Act in Dublin . As soon as the sentences have been confirmed the public will be informed as to the result of the trial....".

"SCENES AT STEPHEN'S GREEN - EXCITING INCIDENTS".

"NORTH SIDE- EXCITING TIMES AT FAIRVIEW - Adventurous trips in and out of town"  

 THE FOOD QUESTION - RELIEF TRAINS FROM THE NORTH"

 "LOOTING- DISGRACEFUL SCENES -CITY SHOPS CLEARED OUT"

 "ROUNDING UP THE REBELS".

"SNIPING AT CLONTARF"

"PRISONERS ARRIVE IN DUBLIN ....They numbered about 1000 prisoners marched through the city, and presented a dirty and dilapidated appearance. Most of them were young men - some were boys; but there were not a few elderly men and a number of women..."

The copy throughout captures many incidents of the rising and the pervading sense of shock in the city. 

This beautiful reproduction captures all the detail of the original on 210 gsm Satin Art paper and is set on a mottled green suede background behind glass in an antique style Gold Leaf frame. 

 

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