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The Easter Rising, woven now from oral histories

By Michael Kenney
Globe Correspondent / April 23, 2010

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By 1947, the men and women who had taken part in, or had witnessed, the 1916 Easter Rising in Ireland, were getting on in years, and the government’s Bureau of Military History set out to collect and compile oral histories from them. (Full article: 624 words)

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