1916 Easter Revolution in Colour: Section III

This is truly some magnificent work! Have a look.

1916 Easter Revolution in Colour

Guerrilla Fighter, Tom Barry Guerrilla Fighter, Tom Barry

A destroyed tram lays in ruins. A destroyed tram lays in ruins.

Raid being conducted by British Troops with an Mark V Battle Tank Raid being conducted by British Troops with an Mark V Battle Tank

This is a colourfully restored photo of William Oman, who was a 1916 veteran, that we did for one of our members on the page. Thanks go to his great-grandson, Niall Smiley Oman, for sharing this fantastic image with the rest of community! This is a colourfully restored photo of William Oman, who was a 1916 veteran, that we did for one of our members on the page.
Thanks go to his great-grandson, Niall Smiley Oman, for sharing this fantastic image with the rest of community!

This one here is of his Great-uncle, Bob Oman, who was a Lieutenant and later Captain of G Company, 1st Battalion, Dublin Brigade IRA, and is also the uncle of, William Oman, who we had posted earlier. Thanks again to Niall for sharing with us once again, another fantastic image!  Caption from Niall Oman: “Williams Uncle, Bob Oman in the disguise of a Black and Tan in order to evade capture, it was taken out his backgarden in 8 Daniel Street.” This one here is of his Great-uncle, Bob Oman, who was a Lieutenant and later Captain of G Company, 1st Battalion, Dublin Brigade IRA, and is also the uncle of, William Oman, who we had posted earlier. Thanks again to Niall for sharing with us once again, another fantastic image!
Caption from Niall Oman: “Williams Uncle, Bob Oman in the disguise of a Black and Tan in order to evade capture, it was taken out his backgarden in 8 Daniel Street.”

Constance Markievicz (mixing the food) and comrades man the soup kitchens, Dublin. "Delia Larkin and Countess Markievicz set up soup kitchens in Liberty Hall, where Larkin presided over the feeding of some 3,000 children per day" Constance Markievicz (mixing the…

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