Volunteer Prisoners


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A group of 14 Irish Volunteer Soldiers being marched under British armed guard westwards on Batchelors Walk approaching the Happeny bridge on the north side of the Liffey Quays most likely on their way to Richmond Barracks in Inchicore.
Over 3,000 men and women were arrested in connection with the rebellion or rounded up in the aftermath as Republican sympathisers, and processed through Richmond Barracks with over 2400 being deported from Richmond Barracks to British Prisons.

High Quality image from the Original glass plate courtesy of (with Reproduction permission) the National Library of Ireland

Size 30cm x 20cm (12” x 8”)

Troops being marched to barracks, 1916

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Weight .012 kg

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