In April 1916, the Easter Rising broke out in Dublin.
History remembers it as Irish rebels against English soldiers, but the truth is more complicated.
Forty-one Irishmen in the British army died in action during the Rising, 106 were wounded. These men became a forgotten part of their country's history.
Neil Richardson explores the stories behind these forgotten soldiers.
This event is organised by Libraries NI.
DateTuesday, March 8, 2016 - 18:30
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