According to Their Lights: Irishmen Who Fought for Britain, Easter 1916


'I will say a prayer for all brave men who do their duty according to their lights.' James Connolly, May 12 1916. In April 1916, the Easter Rising broke out in Dublin. History remembers it as Irish rebel against English soldier, but the truth is more complicated. Thousands of British army soldiers in the Rising were Irishmen, including Second-Lieutenant Robert Barton from Glendalough, who later became a Sinn Fein TD and a signatory of the Anglo-Irish Truce, the infamous Captain John Bowen-Colthurst on whose orders Francis ...

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