Tuesday, May 17, 2011

UK Queen makes historic visit to Irish Republic



The Queen in Ireland:

Queen pays tribute to Irish War

of Independence dead

--May 17-2011--The Queen bowed her head and laid a wreath at Dublin's Garden of Remembrance today in a hugely symbolic and historic act of reconciliation between Britain and the Irish Republic.

The Garden of Remembrance opened in Easter 1966 to mark the 50th anniversary of the 1916 Rising when seven signatories to Ireland's Proclamation of Independence, backed by the 1,000 strong Irish Citizen Army, launched a revolution against British rule beginning with the takeover of the GPO a few hundred yards away on O'Connell Street.

It is dedicated to "the memory of all those who gave their lives in the cause of Irish freedom"

.

Video: UK Queen makes historic visit to Irish Republic

The Queen in Ireland: republicans raise a din but Dubliners extend a welcome

GOVERNMENT MORTGAGE RELIEF

INFO-AWARENESS

1-858-366-4777

1-800-270-2928















































GOVERNMENT MORTGAGE RELIEF

INFO-AWARENESS

http://government-mortgage-relief.com

http://www.nationalshortsalebrokers.com

http://www.youtube.com/88888force

http://government-mortgage-relief.blogspot.com

http://info-awareness.blogspot.com

http://straight-to-the-president.com/petition

http://twitter.com/INFOAWARENESS

https://twitter.com/88888FORCE

1-858-366-4777 Skype

1-800-270-2928

Post a Comment