Irish Rebellion, May 1916. Liberty Hall, Dublin, the Rebel Headquarters after the storming'
Commercial postcard for the Daily Sketch, Ireland (1916-1922), 1916.
Liberty Hall was the headquarters of the Irish Citizen Army. Prior to the Easter Rising (1916) it was used as a ammunition and weapons store. During the fighting it was shelled by a British gunboat from the nearby river.
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National Army Museum, London
National Army Museum, Study collection