Front-cover of The Illustrated London News showing a crowd of spectators watching the events on Sackville Street (called O'Connell Street by the Irish). After the surrender of the Four Courts, the Republicans occupied several hotels on Sackville Street to make a stand against the Free State.
© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans
Celebrating Portuguese Independence
Postcard celebrating the revolution of 1910, a republican coup d'e´¡t that occurred in Portugal on 5th October 1910, which deposed King Manuel II and established the Portuguese First Republic. Pictured around a personification of Portugal include: President Joaquim Teofilo Fernandes Braga and the Ministers of War, the Navy, Jose Relvas - Minister of Finance, the Interior, Afonso Costa - Minister of Justice, the Foreign Office and Business. The deposed King Manuel is pictured somewhat unflatteringly at the base, being blasted out of office along with his military and religious allies. Date: 1910
© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection
"Spanish Civil War. "Disciplina. Mando " "
"Spanish Civil War. "Disciplina. Mando " (Discipline. Under a single command"). Partido Sindicalista (Syndicalist Party). Propaganda poster from the Republican side. Poster by Monle1936. SPAIN. Salamanca. Archivo Histo Nacional." Date:
© Mary Evans/P. Rotger/Iberfoto
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