Excerpts from That's Just How  It Was 

 'So it was on that Easter Monday morning from the moment that Patrick Pearse finished reading out the Proclamation at around eleven 'o clock that the ' something big' started. The Battle raged around the General Post Office Dublin, with 250 British soldiers either killed or wounded with many Irish volunteers  as facilitates also. It was a bloody war-  together with the  fact that the gunboat Helga had sailed up the Liffey and hadshelled and burnt the empty Liberty Hall at 8.am - with many documents lost '

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