James Connolly being taken prisoner on a stretcher

James Connolly being taken by stretcher, covered in a white sheet, on Saturday evening 29th April 1916, after the Provisional Government surrendered. James Connolly is flanked by six of his followers who have been arrested and they are surrounded by British soldiers. The photo was taken at the corner of O’Connell St and Parnell St by Second Lieutenant Milligan of the Royal Irish Rifles.


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