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Driven Patrick Pearse's singular vision
In his 36 years Patrick Pearse contributed more to Irish society than might be conventionally sufficient to warrant him long-term posthumous attention.
1916 collection shows Plunkett love letters and Pearse's family life
The Irish War News was the brainchild of Patrick Pearse, who wanted to get the message about the rebellion out to the public. He recruited printer Joe Stanley, a well-known republican who published several activist papers and edited The Gael magazine.
The Patrick Pearse letters: Trouble at St Enda's College
In later life Pearse was planning how to liberate his country.
1916: NLI archive reveals Patrick Pearse's sense of 'playfulness'
Irish Times; 1 min 58 secs. 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.
Tom Vaughan-Lawlor plays Pearse in new 1916 drama
New pictures show Love/Hate star Tom Vaughan-Lawlor as you've never seen him before - playing the part of doomed rebel leader Pádraig Pearse in TV3's new three-part drama Trial of the Century, which will air this spring. The drama imagines what would ...

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