A look at the grim life of Sinn Fein prisoners inside a Concentration Camp.
Sinn Fein suspects are arrested and loaded onto trucks in Dublin.
Soldiers in Londonderry street, ruins in Dublin, Michael Collins, Republicans speaking.
Events of 1921 - Irish treaty, mad stunts and newspapers at work.
The Republican Army march through the streets of Dublin, Republic of Ireland (Eire, Southern Ireland).
Speaker at Meeting / Soldiers in Streets, ca 1919 ?
Sir Hamar Greenwood inspects the R.I.C. troops in Dublin.
An item showing a shop burnt out by the Police Auxiliaries in Ireland.
General Mulcahy hoists the Irish Tricolour in Gormanstown, Ireland (Eire)
At item showing Balbriggan, a village sacked by the 'Black and Tans' in Ireland.
Great footage from Irish Revolution - street scenes, speakers, ruined areas, warfare.
Soldiers and civilians in areas destroyed by bombing during Irish Revolution.
Irish Prime Minister Eamon de Valera arrives at Downing Street for peace talks with David Lloyd George.
Eamon de Valera gives speech to the masses in Dublin, Republic of Ireland (Eire, Southern Ireland).
Sir James Craig, Viceroy of Ireland, arrives to open Ulster's Parliament.
The Gaumont version of the State Opening of Parliament by King George V and Queen Mary.
British troops hand over castle and barracks at Athlone to Irish Army.
Footage of large crowds looking at the damaged buildings in Dublin, Ireland (Eire).
Nationalist rally / chopping down trees.
Irish politicians pose on steps of building.
Delegates arrive for Irish Convention at Trinity College in Dublin.
Politicians from Northern Ireland Parliament in Belfast.
A story showing the results of the trouble in Ireland - two bodies are picked up from the streets by the army.
Compilation of newsreel items about events in Ireland in 1922 - probably American coverage.
Great film outlining the events of 1933.
Good footage of campaigning, including young De Valera, during Waterford Election.
Sinn Fein victor, probably Arthur Griffith, is cheered by crowd of people as he goes into building.
Soldiers of the Royal Irish Constabulary lead blindfolded prisoners up some steps.
British troops in action and ambush - staged for cameramen.
De Valera and old cabinet, Griffith and new cabinet, release of prisoners from Mountjoy.