1923: The anti-treaty republicans agree to a cease fire, ending the civil war. There is also intense sniper fire across Sackville Street. Even once it had started, few Dubliners took the opportunity to join the rebels. Monday, 17 April, 1916 • 05.00 – In the early hours of the morning, Volunteers in Enniscorthy, County Wexford, took control of the town hall and have surrounded the RIC barracks, cutting off its gas and water supply. • 15.00 – British 18-pounder artillery based at Grangegorman Asylum opens fire on rebel positions in the Phibsboro area. Easter, 1916 is a poem by W. B. Yeats describing the poet's torn emotions regarding the events of the Easter Rising staged in Ireland against British rule on Easter Monday, April 24, 1916. 1937: De Valera drafts a new constitution, establishing Ireland’s national sovereignty. • 6.45 – The leadership in Moore Street has decided on a diversionary attack against the enemy on Great Britain Street. They number approximately 500 and are now camped at Moyode Castle and Limepark to the south of the town. The British put over 1,500 men onto the street during the day and four officers and 216 other ranks have been killed or seriously wounded. • 11.00 – Large numbers of Volunteers begin gathering at Liberty Hall. The Fingal Battalion under Thomas Ashe attack the RIC barracks at Ashbourne. Soldiers are supported by machine gun fire from the tower of Haddington Road Church. The other leaders decided to go ahead, despite the reduced number of Irish Volunteers available. 3–12 May: 15 republicans (included the Rising’s seven leaders) are court-martialled and executed, with a final, single execution on 3 August (Roger Casement). Pearse is the last man to leave the GPO. • 14.00 – O’Farrell goes back to Boland’s Bakery with MacDonagh’s order that the 3rd Battalion accept the surrender order. (Image: Military Press Bureau). The two sides are firing at each other at point blank range. In pursuit of that target the British are still being attacked from Clanwilliam House. It is widely reported that civilians are being killed when caught in the crossfire. • 13.10 – Volunteers take buildings around Fumbally Lane and Malpas St. • 12.55 – Renewed fighting at the Mendicity Institution as the British try to take the building in a fresh assault. • 12.00 – The naval bombardment of Liberty Hall has effectively destroyed the building. 24–29 April: Around 2500 republicans occupy strategic positions around Dublin and engage in battle with 20,000 British soldiers. • 13.00 – Volunteers gather in pockets across County Galway led by Liam Mellows. • 14.50 – The 120 members of the Royal College of Surgeons garrison formally surrender, and are marched away. It also finalises the text of the Proclamation to be read out at the GPO and elects Pearse as Commandant-General of the Army of the Irish Republic. © RTÉ 2021. • 22.00 – Rebels have spent the day strengthening their hold on the Sackville Street area and now hold both the Imperial and Metropole hotels. Sunday, 30 April, 1916 • 12.35 – Lord Wimborne orders the 6th Reserve Cavalry to send detachments to defend the Magazine Fort and Viceregal Lodge in Phoenix Park. • 12.40 – The Sherwood Foresters enter Northumberland and come under intense fire. 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Research is undertaken around the asigned events. • 08.30 – 2/4th Lincolns throw a cordon around de Valera’s 3rd battalion based at Boland's Bakery. • 13.40 – British cavalry attacked as they pass the Four Courts. The rebel positions appear to be holding, and the number of British casualties rises. November 1913: Southern trade unionists form the Irish Citizen Army (ICA), the Irish Republican Brotherhood (IRB) forms the (male) Irish Volunteers and Countess Constance Markievicz forms the (female) Cumann na mBan – armed groups with increasingly radical aims. British troops moving down North King Street are attacked by rebels inside Langan’s Pub. • 17.25 – Volunteers attack Broadstone Railway Station where British troops are based. She is taken to 75 Parnell Street (Tom Clarke’s shop) as a prisoner, and held to await the arrival of General Lowe. • 12.30 – Bolands Mills and Bolands Bakery taken over by rebels. Shortly afterwards a Volunteer is killed by British forces. • 09.45 – The rebels in North Brunswick Street surrender and 50 men are taken into custody. He issues orders to the Volunteers to ignore Pearse’s plans and instructs them that in future they must only obey orders issued by MacNeill himself. Historical Events for the Year 1916. 1.15pm Forces inside the GPO killed four lancers, members of the 6th Reserve … In their attempted attack a policeman, Constable O’Brien, is killed. • 21.40 – The leaders of the Rising decide to move. Pearse orders McLoughlin to give a ceasefire order to all Volunteers on Moore Street. • 22.00 – Through the night there is constant sniper fire across the city. Attack fails, but teenage son of fort’s commandant is killed. After an intense gun battle, during which the RIC are reinforced by a squad from Slane, the Volunteers take the building. The executions begin on 3 May with the killings of Pearse, MacDonagh and Clarke, and conclude on 12 May with Connolly and Mac Diarmada the last to die. • 19.55 – The Sherwood Foresters begin another attempt to storm Clanwilliam House, but the attack fails with further losses. • 15.00 – British infantry attack on Sackville Street has stalled. Paddy Holohan, the commanding officer refuses to accept that it is official. • 19.45 – British attempts to take Clanwilliam House are being further hampered by Volunteer fire from a nearby railway line. Postcard depicting the fires that engulfed buildings along Sackville (O'Connell) Street during the rebellion. Add to Learning Path. • 18.55 – The frontal assault on Clanwilliam House continues, but the intense fire from the seven Volunteers in the building means that troops are struggling to even cross Mount St Bridge. 29 December – James Joyce 's semi-autobiographical novel A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man … Fires start burning in the building. They take to the roof and begin exchanging fire with British forces. Casualty numbers on both sides are growing. Eight policemen and two volunteers are killed. Lead elements of the Curragh Mobile Column arrive and secure Kingsbridge Station. Shortly after Connolly is carried to the barricade on a stretcher and handed over to the British. • The Military Council meets and approves the draft of the Proclamation of the Irish Republic. Four Volunteers from the building are arrested as they exit the rear of the building. Ein Teil der Irish Volunteers unter Patrick Pearse und die viel kleinere Gruppe der Irish Citizen Army von James Connolly eroberten verschiedene Gebäude in Dublin und proklamierten die unabhängige irische Republik. • 08.00 – British forces take control of City Hall having re-captured the roof. • MacNeill is later visited by Seán Mac Diarmada who convinces him to support the Rising in light of his revelation of the impending arrival of a large shipment of arms from Germany. These attacks have now ended, but in the last few hours the soldiers have bayoneted or shot 15 innocent men. ; 9th January » World War I: The Gallipoli Campaign called Battle of Gallipoli concludes with an Ottoman Empire victory when the last Allied forces are evacuated from the peninsula. The Easter Rising (Irish: Éirí Amach na Cásca), also known as the Easter Rebellion, was an armed insurrection in Ireland during Easter Week, April 1916. Oscar Traynor evacuates his men and they move to the burning shell of the GPO. As they try to move around the city they come under fire from positions held by the rebels. • 16.00 – The military response to the Rising begins in earnest. • 11.55 – GPO seized by rebels. After an hour of discussion the Irish Citizen Army in the Royal College of Surgeons agrees to surrender. 24-29 April 1916 Easter Rising, Dublin : This is led by Patrick Pearse, who proclaims the "Irish Republic." Volunteers, and the civilian residents of Moore Street, are being shot and killed. Home Thesis Historical Context Timeline Historical Figures Research Home Thesis Historical Context Timeline Historical Figures Research Search by typing & pressing enter. • 12.45 – A further wave of Sherwood Foresters is sent down Northumberland Road in an attempt to dislodge Malone and Grace. #Onthisday in 1919 two policemen were shot dead in an attack by masked men in... More », In January 1921 the Irish War of Independence continued on with constant attacks... More », Despite prohibition being law in the United States for over a year by January... More ». (R) (Image: Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA). • 15.00 – Members of Georgius Rex veterans squad return to Beggars Bush after manoeuvres. • 15.00 – British troops again try to take rebel positions on North King Street, again they fail. RTÉ is not responsible for the content of external internet sites. With the building secure, troops begin advancing further down the street towards their next target at Clanwilliam House. They number in their thousands and are largely men who have recently finished their basic training and had been waiting at Watford for dispatch to the Western Front before being diverted to Ireland. 1916 Easter Rising 16risingproject. To make sure that the countermanding order was received and understood James Ryan was sent overnight to Cork, Colm O’Loughlin to Dundalk and Coalisland, Sean Fitzgibbon to Wateford and Min Ryan to Wexford. • 15.30 – Artillery attacks on rebel positions on Sackville Street continue, as do the exchanges of sniper fire around St Stephen’s Green and at Marrowbone Lane. The Irish Citizen Army outside Liberty Hall, Dublin in 1914. • 14.00 – There is increased fighting across the city as troops begin to respond to the Rising. (Images: National Library of Ireland). In the afternoon messengers are sent to local commandants in Dublin and beyond informing them of the new timetable for the Rising. • 21.30 – The British are now fully aware of the evacuation of the GPO and are concentrating their fire on Moore Street. Soldiers are killed and seriously wounded. Within minutes there are a large number of dead and injured troops on the street. 1921: Ceasefire in the War of Independence as the British and Dáil governments sign the Anglo-Irish Treaty; Government of Northern Ireland takes office. • 09.30 – The Composite Battalion of 15th Reserve Infantry launches bayonet attack across Beresford Place towards Eden Quay and Lower Abbey Street. Elliotson and an army machine gun group of 100 men secure Shelbourne Hotel which offers them military control of St Stephen’s Green. Decision taken that troops will open warehouses across the city and distribute food to civilians. (Image: National Library of Ireland, Ke 198). While he and the crew are rescued, the armaments on board the Aud are lost. Jan: Irish Republican Brotherhood (IRB) decide to embark upon an insurrection as soon as possible. The meeting discusses the possibility of raiding Liberty Hall and arresting the known ring leaders of any plot, but the decision is made that no action would be taken until a final decision is made by Chief Secretary Birrell in London. The Volunteers have offered stout resistance, and troops have now withdrawn. The Supreme Council of the IRB met on 5 September 1914, a month after the United Kingdom declared war on Germany. They are fired on as they try to move. An Easter Rising timeline: Monday, April 24th, 1916 The second in a daily series of reportage-style pieces by the authors of When The Clock Struck in … • 08.30 – Under heavy fire the Citizen Army force at St Stephen’s Green take the decision to abandon their exposed positions in the Green and take up new positions in the Royal College of Surgeons. • 02.15 – Capt. • 12.15 – Troops advancing along Henry Street have been ambushed by rebels and forced to retreat. The decision is made to temporarily halt the British attack on the Union building. If it is successful the remainder of the rebels will attempt to move to the Four Courts where they can join up with Edward Daly’s 1st Battalion. Ironically, though many in what is now the south wanted independence, they did not support the ways of movements such as the Fenians and the IRB. • During the evening, General Friend, General Officer Commanding of British forces in Ireland, travelled to London on leave in wake of the capture of the Aud believing that any potential insurgency had been stopped. The fighting decimated large parts of central Dublin, and will take years to rebuild. • 13.50 – Intense fighting around City Hall. In fierce fighting the British make several attempts throughout the afternoon to dislodge the rebels in Langan’s Pub. • 14.20 – Fighting continues at the South Dublin Union as troops attempt to clear the rebel positions. 10pm Eóin MacNeill issues the Countermanding order in Dublin to try to stop the Rising. • 18.45 – The schoolhouse is taken by the British but actually found to be empty. • 10.55 – Members of the Irish Volunteers are seen gathering in uniform at Blackhall Place. The rebellion was quickly crushed by British forces and was considered a failure at first. Casualty numbers continue to rise. Der Aufstand fand vom Ostermontag, dem 24. bis zum 29. • 10.30 – At Portobello Bridge and in the street around Jacob’s Factory there is intense sniper fire from the rebels. It has taken nearly nine hours for the Sherwood Foresters to advance the 300 yards from 25 Northumberland Road to Clanwilliam House. Three Volunteers have died in the building, while four others have managed to escape and avoid arrest. Thursday, 27 April, 1916 Menu. In all 15 men are executed, including Roger Casement who is hanged on 3 August in London. • 20.00 – Rebels around Jacob’s Factory leave the on-street positions they held during the day and seek night time safety inside the factory. 28 April: Pearse surrenders on behalf of the republicans and the Rising officially ends, though fighting continues into the next day. • 14.40 – British troops have been moved into positions across the city and an effective British cordon around rebel positions in the city is complete. Bridgit Thornton later recalls of that morning that ‘the enemy were closing in. In the end, the rebels were beaten. In the Royal College of Surgeons, the South Dublin Union and the Four Courts the rebels sit tight, whereas in Boland’s Bakery there is discussion of a break out. (Image: UCD). Saturday, 29 April, 1916 YOUR CART. • 10.00 – The South Staffordshire Regiment has continued its attack on North King Street and taken Reilly’s Fort. The HMS Gloucester has moored in Galway Bay and has been regularly shelling the Volunteer positions. January 1916 - President Woodrow Wilson begins an effort to organize a peace conference in Europe. • 14.45 – Intense gun battle between rebels and British troops around Broadstone Railway Station. The weapons for the Rising are lost to the sea. • 19.00 – Officer Training Corps and porters defending Trinity College reinforced by numbers of British and colonial servicemen on leave in Dublin. The Dublin Fusiliers come under attack near City Hall as they attempt to dislodge rebels from the Evening Mail offices. • At 6pm Sean Fitzgibbon, Colm O’Loughlin and The O’Rahilly arrive at Woodtown Park and inform MacNeill of the arrests and the loss of the Aud. • 13.20 – Members of the Irish City Army, led by Seán Connolly, fail to take control of Dublin Castle. The building is on fire, and a first party of 20 rebels have begun to evacuate and head towards Moore Street. The Irish Military Archives have published a wealth of material for researching the 1916 Rising on their website. Friday, 28 April, 1916 In an unpublished autobiography, Patrick Pearse described himself as the ‘strange thing that I am’. • 21.00 – The fighting has ceased in the Northumberland Road area. Tuesday, 25 April, 1916 April 1916 statt. • 20.00 – The army attack on City Hall continues and the interior of the building has been cleared with rebels retaining control of the roof. 1st January » Germany known as German troops abandon Yaoundé and their Cameroon known as Kamerun colony to British forces and begin the long march to Spanish Guinea. • 14.10 – Extensive fighting on North King Street. • 12.30 – The British response begins. Throughout the area the noxious smoke from burning buildings is making life impossible for the civilians huddling together in their draughty tenements. In Uncategorized. Roger Casement (Image: UCD Archives, LA 30/PH/408). In attendance are Under-Secretary Nathan, Colonel H.V. • 15.15 – James Connolly wounded by a ricochet as he watched fighting on Middle Abbey Street. Cowan (Army), Major Ivon Price (Military Intelligence), Chief Commissioner Edgeworth-Johnstone (Dublin Metropolitan Police) and Viscount Wimborne (Lord Lieutenant of Ireland). Given the population of Dublin and the surrounding area, comparatively few people took part in the rebellion. The O’Rahilly travelled to Limerick, Kerry, Cork and Tipperary. • 11.15 – Volunteers are observed moving towards the Grand Canal. • 09.00 – Fighting has resumed at dawn around Jacob’s Factory and Dublin Castle. The British will arrest more suspects in the coming hours and days, with the total rising to just over 3,500 arrests. He also contacts the Curragh by phone and asks that the mobile column of the 3rd Reserve Cavalry is sent to Dublin. • 12.00 – Citizen Army under Michael Mallin take control of St Stephen’s Green. Four are killed. • 14.25 – Fighting continues in the Northumberland Road area. Comprehensive timeline with many rare photos and informative photo captions. • 12.20 – The 2/7th and 2/8th Sherwood Foresters have begun moving forward from the Royal Dublin Showgrounds towards Northumberland Road. The Plunkett’s estate at Larkfield, was known as the ‘Kimmage Garrison’ and men from Republican organisations in Britain arrived there in the weeks and months leading up to the 1916 Rising. • 17.00 – In a brief lull in fighting on Northumberland Road, medics from the nearby Sir Patrick Dun’s hospital are administering to wounded soldiers who have been left lying in the street during the incessant fighting. They are aged and unarmed but come under fire from Volunteers on Northumberland Road. More than 1,000 men and women are held prisoner by British authorities. • 13.15 – A troop of the 6th Reserve Cavalry proceeds down Sackville Street and is engaged by rebels in the GPO and buildings opposite. • 20.15 – The British begin throwing hand grenades into Clanwilliam House. Most positions are being shelled, and all locations are seeing intense sniper fire. The British troops are using armoured cars in an attempt to take the rebel positions. 6.30pm The Aud is captured by the British Navy April 22nd 1am Karl Spindler and his crew scuttle the Aud to prevent her precious cargo falling into enemy hands. Wednesday April 26, 1916 On Wednesday morning, Francis Sheehy-Skeffington and two other journalists were executed by firing squad under orders from Captain J.C Bowen-Colthurst. Padraig Pearse reads the proclamation of the Irish Republic outside the General Post Office, the rebels’ headquarters. By early afternoon the Military Council are made aware of the loss of their arms shipment. The leaders of the Rising gather in 10 Moore Street, to discuss what to do next. The attack fails and the Volunteers hold their position. Some 3000 are arrested and 1400 imprisoned. • 14.30 – The fires on Sackville Street have taken hold in most buildings along the street. • 10.35 – In Marrowbone Lane the latest British attack on rebel positions has been repulsed. In Galway the local Volunteers have dispersed on news of the surrender. (Image: South Dublin County Libraries). The truce allows all the casualties that were being treated in Father Mathew Hall to be removed. The British are pushing large numbers of troops into the attack and are using hand grenades to force an advantage. • 16.45 – Capel St Bridge taken by the British. • 09.15 – Daily life across Dublin has been disrupted by the fighting. • 22.00 – The rebellion in Dublin is over. Colonel Cowan orders 6th Reserve Cavalry to send a patrol to Sackville Street and for the three battalions of the Dublin Garrison to send men to defend Dublin Castle. The last rebel stronghold, Clanwilliam House, now becomes the sole target. Both images from Dublin after the six days' insurrection by T W Murphy. 1922: 22 August, Michael Collins is assassinated by an anti-treaty or British agent. The enemy cease firing and she is called to the barricade at the bottom of Moore Street on Parnell Street. The vehicles have come from the Guinness factory. 1918: World War I ends; hard-line nationalist party Sinn Féin wins Ireland’s general elections, partly fuelled by public opposition to the threat of Irish conscription in the last months of the war. 5-6 SESE History. Monday, 24 April, 1916 April 24th 12 Noon The 1916 Rising begins in Dublin. • 11.35 – Volunteers are also seen coming together at Bishop Street and have also moved into Jacob’s Biscuit Factory. By Editor | 04/01/2016 | 1. However, this opinion changed when the British executed fifteen of the leaders of the Rising after a court martial in Kilmainham Jail between the 3 rd and 12 th of May 1916. In the terraced houses and backyards of Moore Street there are up to 300 rebels gathered. At the same time the Military Council held what they believed would be their last meeting prior to the commencement of the Rising at Houlihan’s Shop on Amiens Street. Pearse subsequently issues order that no unarmed men, even if in uniform, are to be shot at. • 20.00 – After having taken control of the Mail and Express Building, British troops advance into Parliament Street and come under sustained fire from rebels in the Exchange Hotel. The Council also agrees who will form the provisional government, the seven of whom will also put their names to the Proclamation. • 20.30 – Looting continues in Sackville Street, and fires also begin breaking out in premises on the street. • 10.00 – The Battle of Ashbourne begins. The Century Ireland project is an online historical newspaper that tells the story of the events of Irish life a century ago. • 14.25 – Lowe informs O’Farrell that he expects an unconditional surrender from Pearse within 30 minutes. The IRA Nominal Seán Heuston leads his exhausted men out of the building and they are taken prisoner. • 16.35 – Renewed fighting at the South Dublin Union. Troops from Richmond Barracks are attacked at the South Dublin Union, while others are engaged in Portobello. Five rebels have died in the fighting, four have been arrested and a remaining five have evaded arrest. Nearby Volunteers also take control of the Four Courts. • 06.30 – Heavy fighting on North King Street as the British try and take the remaining buildings. Once there they will meet with Pearse who confirms the surrender. James Connolly, one of the leaders of the rising was wounded during the fighting. Through the night and early morning the South Staffordshire Regiment have been working along the street on a house by house basis. • 10.40 – Firing reported in Merrion Square and St Stephen’s Green. • 10.00 – Sheehy Skeffington with two journalists, Thomas Dickson and Patrick MacIntyre, shot dead by firing squad under the orders of Capt J.C. Bowen-Colthurst inside Portobello Barracks. 1916 : The Blood Letting. • 10.30 – British troops recently landed at Kingstown have begun their march into the city centre. • 21.00 – The rebels on Moore Street are under constant fire from British positions at the Rotunda. Joseph Plunkett, a signatory of the 1916 Proclamation, had a keen interest in wireless technology since his youth. • 20.35 – Clanwilliam House is taken. From Century Ireland: Gallipoli evacuation complete. • 18.35 – Attention on Northumberland Road turns to the schoolhouse. 1920: British parliament’s Government of Ireland Act partitions Northern and Southern Ireland. • 15.00 – The British have halted their assault on Northumberland Road and have begun to regroup. • 10.30 – The fire at the Irish Times building spreads quickly, and British troops are able to move forward under the cover of smoke as far as Middle Abbey Street. A map showing the cordon of troops surround the city. • 20.50 – The rebels, using a truck for cover, manage to move into buildings on Moore Street and Henry Place. The two men drive to St Enda’s at midnight and confront Pearse who tells them that they are powerless to stop the Rising from taking place. • 22.00 – A conference is held at the Viceregal Lodge in Phoenix Park to discuss the events of the last few days. 4 August 1914: Home Rule is postponed by the outbreak of World War I. The fighting in the whole area is intense, and the British are suffering high casualty numbers. Rather than being able to support their fellow troops on Northumberland Road they come under fire from rebels holding Clanwilliam House. • 07.00 – The rebels across the city are no longer in communication with their HQ, and are unaware that the GPO has fallen. • 20.30 – The O’Rahilly has been killed. • 15.15 – The 6th Reserve Cavalry moves into the Phibsboro area and two hours later have largely secured the area. The Irish Volunteers, the smaller of the two forces resulting from the September 1914 split over s… Pantries are running dry and the overall situation is rapidly reaching desperation. An 18-pound shell hits the Irish Times building and ignites rolls of newsprint. • 08.00 – Civilians trying to escape their homes in Moore Street are being shot by the British. • 20.00 – While the former GPO garrison and those from the Four Courts have surrendered and been taken prisoner, the other outposts are not aware of the surrender and spend the night on alert. • 18.00 – Rebels in Galway have attempted to take control of RIC barracks at Oranmore and Clarinbridge. • 20.05 – The British have taken control of Capel Street. Strand unit: Life in the 19th Century. Public timelines ; Search; Sign in; Sign up; 1916 : Easter Rising Timeline created by Mr. Audiard. All their attempts fail, and the rebels hold their positions. • 22.30 – The inferno on Sackville Street, coupled with the British advances during the day, means that some of the smaller outposts held by the rebels are being evacuated and they are moving back to the GPO. 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