Eyewitness to history

Ireland’s Easter Rising of 1916 has been well covered down through the years. It is a fascinating subject and one which continues to exercise the minds of historians more so even now that we approach the centenary of that momentous event. The link below, from the National Library of Ireland,  offers two unique insights into the rebellion from the civilian perspective…two ordinary voices recounting extraordinary events.


About historywithatwist

I am a journalist, author and book editor. I have published five novels - four (Tan, The Golden Grave, A Time of Traitors and Patriots' Blood) set during the Irish War of Independence and Civil War, and the fifth (High Crimes), a modern thriller. I'm a history enthusiast who loves a good yarn.
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