Countess Constance Markievicz was a co-commander in the 1916 Easter RIsing and the first Irish woman elected to parliament.
This hero from the 1916 Easter Uprising still receives Valentines at his grave in Dublin's Glasnevin Cemetery nearly a century after his death.
Easter Rising leader Thomas MacDonagh executed on May 3, 1916.
Elizabeth “Lily” Kempson McAlerney, believed to have been the longest surviving rebel in the US of the 1916 Rising, died in the US on January 21, 1996 at 99 years old.
Kevin Barry's execution on November 1, 1920, is considered to be the "final straw" for Irish revolutionary leader Michael Collins.
From the introduction of Christianity the Good Friday Agreement - key moments in the Emerald Isle's past.
The Irish got their nation, but they also got a Civil War.
The grim reality of the goodwill gesturing in moving the 1916 hero's remains from Pentonville to Glasnevin, Dublin.
The Easter Rising leader Joseph Mary Plunkett was executed at Kilmainham Gaol in Dublin on May 4, 1916.
Author Dermot McEvoy takes a look at the events leading up to Ireland's and Michael Collins' Bloody Sunday, one of the seminal events in Irish revolutionary history.
Fun facts about Ireland and the Irish ahead of St. Patrick's Day
Coronavirus live updates: Nine deaths reported today between NI and RoI
Things every Irish parent will say to their American kids this St Patrick's Day
How to make Irish nachos, the perfect "cheat meal"
100 Irish first names and their beautiful meanings
Ireland’s border is a hot Brexit topic - here’s a history of the partition
President Biden officially launches Irish-American Heritage Month 2021
COVID live updates: Three deaths reported between NI and RoI today
IrishCentral’s Book of the Month: “Angela’s Ashes” by Frank McCourt
"Buried silently and sadly" - The Irish Famine dead of 1847