Causes, Progress, Effects. Causes The Irish Republican Brotherhood had been planning constantly to achieve a republic by violent political means. Despite.

Causes, Progress, Effects. Causes The Irish Republican Brotherhood had been planning constantly to achieve a republic by violent political means.

The Irish Republican Brotherhood (IRB)     The Irish Republican Brotherhood (IRB) was a small, secret, revolutionary body (known as the Fenian movement in the 1850s and 60s), committed to the use of force to establish an independent Irish republic. It was rejuvenated, between 1910-12. Read more here:  http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/british/easterrising/profiles/po17.shtml

The Irish Republican Brotherhood (IRB) was a small, secret, revolutionary body (known as the Fenian movement in the & committed to the use of force to establish an independent Irish republic.

April 24th 1916: The Irish Republican Brotherhood, an Irish nationalist group, launches the Easter Rebellion.

The Irish Republican Brotherhood, an Irish nationalist group, launches the Easter Rebellion.

John O'Mahony: Co- founder of the Irish Republican Brotherhood-The Fenians

John Francis O'Mahony – 7 February was a NY Infantry Colonel, a Gaelic scholar and the founding member of the Fenian Brotherhood in the United States, sister organisation to the Irish Republican Brotherhood. He was from County Limerick.

Secret archives on Rising released online today - The Irish Times - Tue, Aug 07, 2012

Secret archives on Rising released online today - The Irish Times - Tue, Aug 2012

Colonel Thomas Kelly. Irish nationalist and leader of the Irish Republican Brotherhood.

Irish nationalist and leader of the Irish Republican Brotherhood. My great granduncle.

To Not Fade Away: The Irish Republican Brotherhood, Post-1916 – Éireann Ascendant

To Not Fade Away: The Irish Republican Brotherhood, Post-1916

To Not Fade Away: The Irish Republican Brotherhood, – Éireann Ascendant

Jeremiah O'Donovan Rossa ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Irish Fenian leader and prominent member of the Irish republican Brotherhood. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Click on my picture for more information!

Jeremiah O'Donovan Rossa ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Irish Fenian leader and prominent member of the Irish republican Brotherhood.

IRB Fenian Irish Republican Brotherhood Davitt Train Meany Parnell Photographs | eBay

IRB Fenian Irish Republican Brotherhood Davitt Train Meany Parnell Photographs

IRB Fenian Irish Republican Brotherhood Davitt Train Meany Parnell Photographs | eBay

IRB Fenian Irish Republican Brotherhood Davitt Train Meany Parnell Photographs | eBay

IRB Fenian Irish Republican Brotherhood Davitt Train Meany Parnell Photographs

IRB Fenian Irish Republican Brotherhood Davitt Train Meany Parnell Photographs | eBay

Thomas Ashe, member of the Irish Republican Brotherhood, founding member of the Irish Volunteers, and Irish Hunger Striker, who, having being force-fed by the prison authorities, died fighting for political status - 25 September 1917

Thomas Ashe, member of the Irish Republican Brotherhood, founding member of the Irish Volunteers, died 25 September 1917

Thomas Ashe (12th January 1885 - 25 September 1917).     He is dressed here in a kilt and is also holding a set of bagpipes.        Ashe was a member of the Irish Republican Brotherhood (IRB), the Gaelic League and a founding member of the Irish Volunteers.

Thomas Ashe January 1885 - 25 September He is dressed here in a kilt and is also holding a set of bagpipes. Ashe was a member of the Irish Republican Brotherhood (IRB), the Gaelic League and a founding member of the Irish Volunteers.

IRB Fenian Irish Republican Brotherhood Davitt Train Meany Parnell Photographs | eBay

IRB Fenian Irish Republican Brotherhood Davitt Train Meany Parnell Photographs

IRB Fenian Irish Republican Brotherhood Davitt Train Meany Parnell Photographs | eBay

Major John MacBride Me joined the Irish Republican Brotherhood (IRB) and was associated with Michael Cusack in the early days of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA). He also joined the Celtic Literary Society through which he came to know Arthur Griffith (founder of Sinn Féin) who was to remain a friend and influence throughout his life. Beginning in 1893, MacBride was termed a "dangerous nationalist" by the British government.Maude Gonn's husband rival of Yeats

Major John MacBride Me joined the Irish Republican Brotherhood (IRB) and was associated with Michael Cusack in the early days of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA). He also joined the Celtic Literary Society through which he came to know Arthur Griffith (founder of Sinn Féin) who was to remain a friend and influence throughout his life. Beginning in 1893, MacBride was termed a "dangerous nationalist" by the British government.Maude Gonn's husband rival of Yeats

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