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Eric Metaxas 10 Mar 15
Look what's coming in September -- and available for pre-order NOW!
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RTÉ One 20 Mar 16
Helena Molony, Margaret Skinnider, Elsie Mahaffy, Leslie Price, Aoife de Burca, Louise Gavin Duffy & Mary McLoughlin at 9.30pm.
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RTÉ One 20 Mar 16
There are two sides to every story. Now in we meet 2 ladies who opposed the #1916
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Dr Mary McAuliffe 20 Mar 16
New exhibition in opening next week with feature Markievicz, Skinnider and other women
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Claire McGing 20 Mar 16
Here is Aoife de Burca's fascinating Witness Statement: .
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Mark Duncan 20 Mar 16
If you enjoyed , here's Prof. Lucy McDiarmid on some other untold stories of women in 1916
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Dr Mary McAuliffe 20 Mar 16
Watching and want to know more -recently launched book on 77 women arrested after rising
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Old Ireland 20 Mar 16
Footage of the release of Countess Markievicz
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Rebecca 20 Mar 16
Elizabeth O'Farrell's a/c of the Rising for anyone watching - may be of interest too!
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axis Ballymun 20 Mar 16
Replying to @rebelrebel1916
Tickets for are priced from just €10 with group deals available
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Regan London 27 Nov 15
Straight out of our is in Dublin filming for
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Donncha O'Connell 20 Mar 16
Surprised to see story about Markievicz shooting the constable repeated in & why no mention of Dr Lynn?
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Lauren Green McAfee 19 Feb 16
“Faithfulness, not success.” -Mother Teresa
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Claire McGing 20 Mar 16
Margaret Skinnider's memoir, Doing My Bit for Ireland, is available open access here:
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Dinneen's Dictionary 📘 20 Mar 16
MORE OF THIS PLEASE: Ban-sheanchas: History of famous women.
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Aodhán Ó Ríordáin 20 Mar 16
Apparently we've been pronouncing "Markievicz" incorrectly for about 100 years. According to @joannaissu anyway...
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Pádraig McCann 20 Mar 16
The 1916 Rising was the first Rebellion of its kind to involve women in action. They were airbrushed from history books.
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Pádraig McCann 20 Mar 16
Women Rebels were easily able to get around Dublin. They had a great impact on The Rising.
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axis Ballymun 20 Mar 16
Happy Helena Molony is included in .See more of her story in Apr12-16
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Aodhán Ó Ríordáin 20 Mar 16
Watching on now.
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