Easter 1916: The Enemy Files
War Documentary hosted by Michael Portillo, published by BBC in 2016 – English narration
In 1916, at the height of WW1, armed insurgents rose up against the British in Dublin, the empire’s second city. Using secret documents, cabinet papers, intelligence reports, military orders, diaries and letters, Michael Portillo pieces together the story of this uprising from the British point of view.
Was Dublin just another battle at a time of war where military justice was immediate and brutal or, by their actions, did the British men who wrote these documents hasten the end of an empire? Did an unlikely band of Irish rebels, led by playwrights and poets, do more to advance the cause of Irish freedom in five days than nationalist politicians had done in the previous 50 years, or did they damage the cause and condemn the island to a history of violence? Michael looks for the answers. This is the story of Ireland’s Easter Rising as told by British politicians, soldiers, spies and bureaucrats.
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Published on: Apr 02, 2016 @ 16:32
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Published on: Apr 02, 2016 @ 17:43