By lunchtime two British ships began tracking the Aud, and by early evening had cornered it and began escorting it to Queenstown. • 16.00 – O’Farrell, accompanied by Father Augustine, arrives at the Four Courts with a copy of the surrender. • 13.45 – Mendicity Institution has fallen to the British. Within minutes there are a large number of dead and injured troops on the street. • 14.00 – The British have continued to rush troops into the city from across Ireland. St Stephen's Green where the rebels stationed themselves on Monday (L) and the Shelbourne Hotel, seen from St Stephen's Green, where a group of soldiers secured positions to allow them to take military control. In Galway the local Volunteers have dispersed on news of the surrender. • 08.00 – The news that Martial Law has been proclaimed by British authorities is announced. Pearse orders McLoughlin to give a ceasefire order to all Volunteers on Moore Street. RTÉ.ie is the website of Raidió Teilifís Éireann, Ireland's National Public Service Media. • 09.00 – The Military Council begins a four hour meeting to discuss what to do in light of MacNeill’s countermanding order. 1920: British parliament’s Government of Ireland Act partitions Northern and Southern Ireland. En route they gather Colbert and his men from Marrowbone Lane. When the attack ends the rebels vacate the Exchange Hotel and move towards Sackville Street. Ein Teil der Irish Volunteers unter Patrick Pearse und die viel kleinere Gruppe der Irish Citizen Army von James Connolly eroberten verschiedene Gebäude in Dublin und proklamierten die unabhängige irische Republik. • Unbeknown to those planning in Dublin, the German U Boat, U19, carrying Casement, Monteith and Beverley had come alongside the Kerry coast in the early morning. • 08.30 – Under heavy fire the Citizen Army force at St Stephen’s Green take the decision to abandon their exposed positions in the Green and take up new positions in the Royal College of Surgeons. As he did not receive the telegram asking for his opinion until Easter Monday, no preemptive action is taken by the British. • 11.20 – While British troops have been trying to take the South Dublin Union for hours, they cannot dislodge the rebels who are firing at them. The weapons for the Rising are lost to the sea. • 11.55 – GPO seized by rebels. • 20.30 – The O’Rahilly has been killed. • 13.10 – Volunteers take buildings around Fumbally Lane and Malpas St. • 12.45 – A further wave of Sherwood Foresters is sent down Northumberland Road in an attempt to dislodge Malone and Grace. Once there they will meet with Pearse who confirms the surrender. • 09.00 – Fighting has resumed at dawn around Jacob’s Factory and Dublin Castle. Fires start burning in the building. • 11.15 – Inside 16 Moore Street the leaders discuss whether to continue fighting or seek surrender terms. Pearse records that by a majority vote the leaders decided to seek surrender terms to prevent further slaughter of the civilian population. Depending on how much revision is required, the teacher might spend some time on questioning or instruction as a lead-in to the student task of creating the timeline. • 12.15 – Intense fighting is taking place at the Mendicity Institution and has been continuing for two hours. They are the last of the rebels to hand themselves over to the British. • 11.40 – Members of the Irish Citizen Army take control of St Stephen’s Green, and Volunteers have entered the South Dublin Union. Der Aufstand fand vom Ostermontag, dem 24. bis zum 29. YOUR CART. January 1916 - President Woodrow Wilson begins an effort to organize a peace conference in Europe. British troops moving down North King Street are attacked by rebels inside Langan’s Pub. (Image: National Library of Ireland, Ke 198). If it is successful the remainder of the rebels will attempt to move to the Four Courts where they can join up with Edward Daly’s 1st Battalion. The executions begin on 3 May with the killings of Pearse, MacDonagh and Clarke, and conclude on 12 May with Connolly and Mac Diarmada the last to die. • 01.00 – MacNeill arrives at the offices of the Sunday Independent and delivers his countermanding order cancelling all Volunteer activity. The Easter Rising was a rebellion against British rule in Ireland . They take to the roof and begin exchanging fire with British forces. The attack fails and the Volunteers hold their position. • 14.00 – Troops from Trinity College begin to occupy buildings in D’Olier and Westmoreland Streets 1st January » Germany known as German troops abandon Yaoundé and their Cameroon known as Kamerun colony to British forces and begin the long march to Spanish Guinea. 1922: 22 August, Michael Collins is assassinated by an anti-treaty or British agent. • 10.00 – British begin to shell Sackville Street area. • 12.30 – Bolands Mills and Bolands Bakery taken over by rebels. • 18.55 – The frontal assault on Clanwilliam House continues, but the intense fire from the seven Volunteers in the building means that troops are struggling to even cross Mount St Bridge. • 13.20 – Members of the Irish City Army, led by Seán Connolly, fail to take control of Dublin Castle. • 20.30 – Looting continues in Sackville Street, and fires also begin breaking out in premises on the street. In attendance are Under-Secretary Nathan, Colonel H.V. A two-hour-long battle ensues in which the British suffer losses. The best student timeline will be displayed in the classroom as visual contextualisation for the series of lessons to follow and later, as a revision aid. • 13.00 – Continued fighting around the Four Courts with the rebels now under intense fire from shells being launched from the roof of Jervis Street Hospital. This means that the rebel HQ at the GPO is cut off from the Four Courts garrison. The Easter Rising (Irish: Éirí Amach na Cásca), also known as the Easter Rebellion, was an armed insurrection in Ireland during Easter Week, April 1916. The other leaders decided to go ahead, despite the reduced number of Irish Volunteers available. • 12.45 – Nurse Elizabeth O’Farrell leaves 15 Moore Street carrying a white flag. • 12.30 – The British response begins. The Supreme Council of the IRB met on 5 September 1914, a month after the United Kingdom declared war on Germany. • 18.35 – Attention on Northumberland Road turns to the schoolhouse. Even once it had started, few Dubliners took the opportunity to join the rebels. Daly later addresses his men, and informs them of the surrender. Oscar Traynor evacuates his men and they move to the burning shell of the GPO. Local Volunteers request confirmation of the surrender. February 18, 1916 - In West Africa, the German colony of Cameroon falls to the French and British following 17 months of fighting. Easter, 1916 is a poem by W. B. Yeats describing the poet's torn emotions regarding the events of the Easter Rising staged in Ireland against British rule on Easter Monday, April 24, 1916. A suggested timeline is included in the resource (1848 to 1916). He writes a last letter to his wife before dying of his wounds. Casualty numbers continue to rise. See more ideas about Easter rising, Ireland, Irish history. He issues orders to the Volunteers to ignore Pearse’s plans and instructs them that in future they must only obey orders issued by MacNeill himself. Add to My Favourites. • 03.20 – Troops take control of Royal Services Club on St Stephen’s Green. • 15.15 – James Connolly wounded by a ricochet as he watched fighting on Middle Abbey Street. 4 August 1914: Home Rule is postponed by the outbreak of World War I. Comprehensive timeline with many rare photos and informative photo captions. • 22.00 – Fire spreads to Hoyte’s Druggists igniting large oil drums and chemicals in storage; fire spreads out of control. Some rebel positions have been abandoned, but more soldiers are killed and wounded when they attempt to take Reilly’s Fort. Rather than being able to support their fellow troops on Northumberland Road they come under fire from rebels holding Clanwilliam House. Sunday, 30 April, 1916 Attack fails, but teenage son of fort’s commandant is killed. The illegal executions would prove one of the most controversial incidents of Easter Week 1916, leading to the army officer’s trial in which he was found guilty but insane. They are fired on as they try to move. April 1916 statt. #Onthisday in 1919 two policemen were shot dead in an attack by masked men in... More », In January 1921 the Irish War of Independence continued on with constant attacks... More », Despite prohibition being law in the United States for over a year by January... More ». As they try to move around the city they come under fire from positions held by the rebels. 1927: After years of uneasy truce, de Valera founds the Fianna Fáil party and enters the Dáil. It also finalises the text of the Proclamation to be read out at the GPO and elects Pearse as Commandant-General of the Army of the Irish Republic. For details of current access arrangements please see our Covid Safe Library page. • In the morning the captain of the Aud makes the decision to scuttle his ship. Scroll through our 1916 Rising interactive guide to explore what happened • 17.30 – Rebels have secured positions on all sides of O’Connell Street Bridge. She is then returned to Moore Street to relay the message to the rebel leaders. Unarmed DMP constable, Michael Lahiff, killed. Padraig Pearse reads the proclamation of the Irish Republic outside the General Post Office, the rebels’ headquarters. This means that civilians are not allowed out on the streets between 7pm and 5am. • 09.45 – The rebels in North Brunswick Street surrender and 50 men are taken into custody. They number in their thousands and are largely men who have recently finished their basic training and had been waiting at Watford for dispatch to the Western Front before being diverted to Ireland. • 22.00 – A conference is held at the Viceregal Lodge in Phoenix Park to discuss the events of the last few days. • 15.30 – Looting begins across the city as people take advantage of the upheaval and the apparent lack of law and order. He had agreed to lead a diversionary charge, along with 12 other men, against a British barricade at the junction of Henry Street and Moore Street. An Easter Rising timeline: Monday, April 24th, 1916 The second in a daily series of reportage-style pieces by the authors of When The Clock Struck in … Casement took refuge in McKenna’s fort, while the other two men attempted to make contact with the local IRB. The building is on fire, and a first party of 20 rebels have begun to evacuate and head towards Moore Street. Five rebels have died in the fighting, four have been arrested and a remaining five have evaded arrest.