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Beware! Sectarian Assassinations Are Directed At YOU

Tags: irish-ancestry, erin-go-bragh, derry, irish-volunteers, easter-rising-centenary

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Irish History Month

Tags: irish, irish-american, saint-patricks-day, kiss-me-im-irish, irish-drinking-team

Irish History Month Shirt T-Shirt

by acrobatendowment
€17
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O'Doherty's rebellion took place in 1608 when Sir Cahir Rua O'Doherty (Irish: Sir Cathaoir Ruadh Ó Dochartaigh), Lord of Inishowen, began an uprising against the Crown authorities in the west of Ulster in the north-west of the Kingdom of Ireland. O'Doherty, a Gaelic chieftain, had been a long-standing supporter of the Crown, but having been angered at his treatment by local officials he launched an attack on Derry, burning the town. O'Doherty may have hoped to negotiate a settlement with the government, but, after his death in a skirmish at Kilmacrennan, the rebellion collapsed with the last survivors being besieged on Tory Island.

Tags: erin-go-bragh, irish-pride, irish-designs, ireland-history, gaelic-heritage

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O'Doherty's rebellion took place in 1608 when Sir Cahir Rua O'Doherty (Irish: Sir Cathaoir Ruadh Ó Dochartaigh), Lord of Inishowen, began an uprising against the Crown authorities in the west of Ulster in the north-west of the Kingdom of Ireland. O'Doherty, a Gaelic chieftain, had been a long-standing supporter of the Crown, but having been angered at his treatment by local officials he launched an attack on Derry, burning the town. O'Doherty may have hoped to negotiate a settlement with the government, but, after his death in a skirmish at Kilmacrennan, the rebellion collapsed with the last survivors being besieged on Tory Island.

Tags: gaelic-heritage, irish-history, ireland-history, county-dublin, odoherty

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The Saint Patrick's Battalion (Spanish: Batallón de San Patricio, later reorganized as the Foreign Legion of Patricios), formed and led by John Riley, was a unit of 175 to several hundred (accounts vary) immigrants and expatriates of European descent who fought as part of the Mexican Army against the United States in the Mexican–American War of 1846–48. Most of the battalion's members had deserted or defected from the United States Army.

Tags: irish-american, irish-blood, st-paddys-day, st-patricks-day, michael-collins

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I honor of The Black Irish of Montserrat in the Caribbean. Descended from Irish slaves transported there by the British in the 1600's

Tags: barbados, jamacian, irish-american, irish-flag, caribbean

Montserrat irish T-Shirt

by Ireland
€17
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I honor of The Black Irish of Montserrat in the Caribbean. Descended from Irish slaves transported there by the British in the 1600's

Tags: irish-flag, barbados, jamaica, irish-american, irish-history

Montserrat Irish T-Shirt

by Ireland
€17
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Belfast Northern Ireland the troubles

Tags: belfast, northern-ireland, ireland, photo, irish

The Troubles T-Shirt

by Mogs
€17
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Enjoy this great design on a wide variety of products! Shirts, stickers, cases, mugs, posters, pillows, and more are all available now!

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Enjoy this great design on a wide variety of products! Shirts, stickers, cases, mugs, posters, pillows, and more are all available now!

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Murphy family is one of the top ten Irish surnames in the world today. The clan or family originated in Ireland and has spread all over the world today and is common in families with Irish heritage in America, Australia and United Kingdom. This design includes the family name in English, the family name in Gaelic (Irish), the family crest and the meaning or origin of the name itself. Wear your family crest with pride.

Tags: irish-history, irish-family-name, irish-names, murphy-surname, irish-pride

Murphy Family Crest T-Shirt

by Ireland
€17
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Commemorating the 40th Anniversary of the Death of Bobby Sands on 5th May 2021

Tags: freedom-fighter, ireland, paddys-day, st-patricks-day, tiocfaidh-ar-la

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Robert Gerard Sands was a member of the Provisional Irish Republican Army who died on hunger strike after 66 days while imprisoned at HM Prison Maze in Northern Ireland

Tags: tiocfaidh-ar-la, 1981, gerry-adams, maze-prison, sinn-fein

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Dubliner Robert Emmet emerged as a young rebel leader after the 1798 Uprising was suppressed. Emmet traveled to France in 1800, seeking foreign help for his revolutionary plans, but returned to Ireland in 1802. He planned a rebellion which would focus on seizing strategic points in the city of Dublin, including Dublin Castle, the stronghold of British rule. Emmet's rebellion broke out on July 23, 1803 when a few hundred rebels took over some streets in Dublin before being dispersed. Emmet himself fled the city, and was captured a month later. After delivering a dramatic and often quoted speech at his trial, Emmet was hanged on a Dublin street on September 20, 1803. His martyrdom would inspire future generations of Irish rebels.

Tags: bobby-sands, irish-history, fenian, st-patricks-day, michael-collins

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The Irish Republican Brotherhood (IRB; Irish: Bráithreachas Phoblacht na hÉireann) was a secret oath-bound fraternal organisation dedicated to the establishment of an "independent democratic republic" in Ireland between 1858 and 1924. Its counterpart in the United States of America was initially the Fenian Brotherhood, but from the 1870s it was Clan na Gael. The members of both wings of the movement are often referred to as "Fenians". The IRB played an important role in the history of Ireland, as the chief advocate of republicanism during the campaign for Ireland's independence from the United Kingdom, successor to movements such as the United Irishmen of the 1790s and the Young Irelanders of the 1840s.

Tags: st-patricks-day, irish-flag, bobby-sands, michael-collins, 1916

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The Irish Republican Brotherhood (IRB; Irish: Bráithreachas Phoblacht na hÉireann) was a secret oath-bound fraternal organisation dedicated to the establishment of an "independent democratic republic" in Ireland between 1858 and 1924. Its counterpart in the United States of America was initially the Fenian Brotherhood, but from the 1870s it was Clan na Gael. The members of both wings of the movement are often referred to as "Fenians". The IRB played an important role in the history of Ireland, as the chief advocate of republicanism during the campaign for Ireland's independence from the United Kingdom, successor to movements such as the United Irishmen of the 1790s and the Young Irelanders of the 1840s.

Tags: eire-go-bragh, 1916, eire, ireland-rugby, bobby-sands

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Mairéad Farrell (Irish: Máiréad Ní Fhearghail or Mairéad Ní Fhearail) (3 March 1957 – 6 March 1988) was a member of the Provisional Irish Republican Army (IRA). She was shot dead by the British Army in Gibraltar on 6 March 1988.

Tags: irish-girl, michael-collins, easter-rising, 1916, irish-history

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