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File:Sackville Street (Dublin) after the 1916 Easter Rising.JPG

English: Sackville (now O'Connell) Street, Dublin, after the 1916 Easter Rising.
Date 1916
Source "he People's War Book and Pictorial Atlas of the World." USA & Canada, 1920, p. 132.

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(Original text : 'The People's War Book and Pictorial Atlas of the World. USA & Canada, 1920, p. 132.) Original uploader was Dneale52 at en.wikipedia. Later version(s) were uploaded by Rannpháirtí anaithnid at en.wikipedia. 02:56, 16 September 2009 (UTC)

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