Easter Uprising Day 1916 in Ireland (24/04)

The Easter Rising (Irl. Éirí Amach na Cásca, English Easter Rising), which took place from 24 to 30 April 1916, is one of the largest uprisings raised by the leaders of the Irish independence movement.

Throughout the centuries of British dominance in Ireland, the Irish liberation movement was built on the basic principle that the agony of Britain is a chance for Ireland. With the entry of Britain into the First World War, a split began in the movement.

Some thought it was the right time to take a new stand: the empire was mired in a terrible war for a long time, millions had already died, millions were yet to die in this carnage, the economic situation was rapidly deteriorating, and confidence in the government was also rapidly falling, all over Ireland one by one. there are new and new recruiting sets, which by no means add popularity to the authorities.