Eire becomes a republic - March-past of the Irish Army
Troops giving 'Eyes left' to President O'Kelly as they passed down O'Connel Street in the big, military parade on Independence Day. Mr. O'Kelly stood on a canopied dais between the pillars of the General Post Office, scene of some of the bitterest fighting during the 1916 Rebellion. A huge map showing all Ireland as one unit hung between the columns of the Post Office, and the columns were also draped with laurel wreaths.
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