Conclusion. An examination of the aftermath and response to the Easter Rising in Ireland and abroad. Although it failed, the rebellion changed the course of Irish history by creating the conditions for a national revolution.
Part 2 of 3. The story of the Easter Rising rebellion. The separatist Irish Republican Brotherhood infiltrated the Irish Volunteer Movement and attempted to secure help from Germany. Also: what the British intelligence service knew beforehand.
Part 1 of 3. The story of the Easter Rising in 1916 Dublin, in which the Irish sought to end 300 years of British rule, begins with what fed the reasons for the rebellion. Included: the contested traditions of nationalism and unionism; the rise of organized labor; the changing role of women; and the influence of the Irish diaspora.