This magazine was passed the Military Censor in 1916. The cover shows the burning of O’Connell Street, which was particularly badly affected during Easter Week. Inside, the magazine claims to be ‘a plain narrative of events as they occurred.’
Documents, maps and photographs from the Rising sit alongside advertisements for prisoner-of-war funds and army supplies, a reminder that the First World War was ongoing.
The Record of the Irish Rebellion of 1916 (Dublin, 1916).,
Marsh's Library Exhibits: ‘Changed Utterly?’ curated by Elaine Doyle and Jason McElligott,
accessed September 26, 2022,