Eamon de Valera is arrested after the surrender (Image courtesy of Kilmainham Gaol)

Molly Childers and Mary Spring Rice on board the Asgard during the 1914 Howth gun-running (Image courtesy of National Museum of Ireland/Collins Barracks)

British troops manning the barricades across Talbot Street, Dublin in an effort to quell the insurrection (Image courtesy of Camera Press Ireland)

Cathal Brugha's Sam Browne Belt (Image courtesy of Kilmainham Gaol)

A British officer is released in Dublin after his detention by Irish Volunteers during the Rising (Image courtesy National Museum of Ireland/Collins Barracks)

Irish Volunteers Jack Doyle and Tom McGrath in the GPO during the Rising (Image courtesy of Kilmainham Gaol)

Rosary beads held by Thomas MacDonagh at his execution (Image courtesy of Kilmainham Gaol)

British soldiers set up a machine gun on a Dublin street, watched by locals (Image courtesy National Museum of Ireland/Collins Barracks)

A watch belonging to executed Irish Citizen Army man Michael Mallin (Image courtesy of Kilmainham Gaol)

Padraig Pearse with family and friends, including his brother Willie, before the insurrection (Image courtesy National Museum of Ireland/Collins Barracks)

Irish Citizen Army men keep vigilant watch from Liberty Hall during a week of rioting which began with the declaration of an Irish republic on Easter Monday, 1916 (Image Camera Press Ireland)

Archive image of Irish Citizen Army fighters on a Dublin rooftop during the Easter Rising (Image Camera Press Ireland)

British soldiers having just arrived in Ireland, presumably Kingstown which is now Dun Laoghaire. (Image National Museum of Ireland/Collins Barracks)

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