Archive captures the 1916 Rising and a bombed out Dublin through to the formation of the Free State. Video: Reuters
Captain Peter Kelleher from the 27th Infantry Battalion reading the Proclamation at the GPO as part of the 1916 Rising celebrations. Video: RTE
Several different nationalist groups took part in the 1916 Rising, but many of the rebels shared a similar background and motivation.
Wexford teenager Sonia Redmond entered The Irish Times competition 'What does 1916 mean to you' with a poem that captures the build up to the Rising
In an attempt to channel its inner School Around the Corner, The Irish Times assembled a group of children from the Montessori Education Centre on North Great George’s St to discuss the momentous events of 1916.
Wynns Hotel and McDowells the Happy Ring House were caught up in the 1916 rising. Video: Bryan O'Brien
Lar Joye, the curator of Irish military history at the National Museum of Ireland, talks about the Mauser (Howth) and Lee Enfield rifles and other weapons used by the volunteers and the British during the 1916 Rising.
Brenda Malone from the National Museum of Ireland discusses the history around Ireland's most famous flag, which is now on display to the public. Video: Ronan McGreevy
Author and historian Liz Gillis talks about the role of women and a few of the key female players in the 1916 rising. Video: Kathleen Harris
The National Library of Ireland’s digitised archive on the 1916 signatories reveals Joseph Plunkett to be a witty man, a great traveller, a poet and a romantic to the end. Video: Bryan O'Brien
The National Library of Ireland’s digitised archive on Patrick Pearse reflects his life as a politician, a revolutionary, an innovative educator, a family man and a poet. Video: Bryan O'Brien
On the night of Easter Sunday 1916 in the basement of Liberty Hall, Dublin, Christopher Brady, William O’Brien and Michael Molloy printed 2,500 copies of Ireland's best known historic document, the 1916 Proclamation. Video: Bryan O'Brien
20,000 digitised documents relating to the 1916 leaders are available at the NLI. This video looks at Thomas MacDonagh with one of the most touching aspects of his archive relating to the relationship with his family. Video: Bryan O'Brien
1916 leader Sean MacDiarmada was born into a family of ten in rural Co. Leitrim. The National Library of Ireland archives paint a picture of him as a single minded revolutionary as well as a sociable and likeable man. Video: Bryan O'Brien
Some 20,000 digitised documents on the leaders of the 1916 Rising are to become available on the National Library's website. Katherine McSharry from the library discusses some of the documents on Thomas Clarke and James Connolly in the collection.
Sheila O'Leary's father Thomas Francis Byrne, known as Byrne the Boer, and her mother Lucy Agnes Smyth, of Cumann na mBan, were both at the GPO during the 1916 Easter Rising. She recounts her family's incredible history. Video: Kathleen Harris
Some 20,000 digitised documents relating to the leaders of the 1916 Rising are to become available. One of which is Éamonn Ceannt's final letter written in Kilmainham Gaol the night before his execution.