by Rod Smith
James Connolly was the leader of the Irish Citizen Army. Born in Scotland, he loved Dublin and regarded the children’s voices playing on the streets as music to his ears. He supported the rights of workers and equal rights for women. He fought in the Easter Rising alongside his 15 year old son Roddy at the GPO, where despite painful injuries he continued to lead the resistance against one of the most powerful armies in the world. This is the story of Easter Week 1916 and James Connolly - Husband, Father, Easter Rising Leader and Working Class Hero.
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Date of Publication: 25/03/2016