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Heritage Week 2013 at the National Museum of Ireland – Decorative Arts and History, Collins Barracks in partnership with Historical Insights and History Ireland August 9, 2013

Posted by WorldbyStorm in 1913, Economy, Irish History, The Left.
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Heritage Week 2013 at the National Museum of Ireland –
Decorative Arts and History, Collins Barracks
in partnership with
Historical Insights and History Ireland

Join us this August and choose from a number of exciting walking tours and lectures based on the architecture and local histories of the area surrounding the Museum.

On Saturday the 24th August the Museum at Collins Barracks hosts a History Ireland Hedge School: ‘To Hell or Kimmage': responses to the Church Street disaster of 1913.

Family Events include an Art and Crafts display and the week culminates in a performance from the St James Brass band at 4.00pm on Sunday 25th August.

Detailed schedule of events and booking information on attached flier.

All events schedule to take place between Wednesday 21st and Sunday 25thAugust. Visit the Museum website for further information on events and those involved.

Please forward this on to anyone who might be interested in the programme.

Heritage Week 2013 Events Flier – National Museum of Ireland Collins Barracks in partnership with History Ireland and Historical Insights-1

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1. Nessa Childers MEP (@NChildersMEP) - August 10, 2013

The Asgard us there too. In its own building.

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workers republic - August 10, 2013

To me one of the most interesting exhibits in the Museum is the actual flag that flew over the GPO during the Easter Rising, a green flag with the words Irish Republic on it; torn and burned with a corner missing it was
It was like an omen of what was to come.
According to a sign the Starry Plough flew ftom a hotel nearby, which flag ?
The blue one, the logo of the IRSP or the green one displayed on frontpage of Saoirse ( RSF paper ?

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WorldbyStorm - August 11, 2013

It’s a great point WR. Tricolours were also used rarely, an horizontal one used on the GPO iirc, or perhaps Boland Mills, and great question re starry plough.

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2. Brian Hanley - August 11, 2013

The Starry Plough flown from the Imperial Hotel would have been the green one, with the very distinct plough- the blue flag with the stars is a later innovation I think.

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workers republic - August 11, 2013

Thanks Brian,
The Imperial Hotel as you know was owned by Williiam Martin Murphy, the arch enemy of the organised working class and it was he who called for Connolly’s death: “we must not weaken now” in Murphy’s paper, The Independant.Today that paper is as rabidly pro-capitalist and anti-socialist as it was in Connolly’s day.
A Belfast Artist William Megahy who lectured in the Art School in Kildare St.is generally credited with designing the Starry Plough

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