Dublin éirígí 1916 commemoration


On May 12, 1916 the already severely wounded James Connolly was tied to a chair and shot to death by British firing squad. On May 14, 2016 éirígí invite you to join the ‘March For Connolly’ and the Socialist Republic for which he died.

Assembling at the statue of the father of Irish Republicanism, Wolfe Tone, on Stephen’s Green at 2pm, we will then march through the street of Dublin to the James Connolly statue at Liberty Hall. And from there we will follow in the footsteps of the headquarters garrison to a rally at the General Post Office. All welcome. Bígí linn.

Posted on March 29, 2016, in éirígí, Public events - Ireland, Revolutionary figures, The road to the Easter Rising. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Dublin éirígí 1916 commemoration.

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