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The wave of rebellion and bitterness against the United Kingdom of Britain can be catalogued and outlined through a series of events that took place. They include 1913 during winter when the Citizen Army was formed as the industrial strikes went on in Dublin. The Citizen Army was slightly armed, a reaction from the employers to help them fight coercion by the striking workers. In December of the same year, intelligence indicated that there was smuggling of arms from foreign nations. As a consequence, a declaration was issued that no arms should be imported into Ireland under the Customs Consolidation Act. In spite of the decree, a huge batch of arms from foreign nations was delivered to Howth on July 1914. The arms were to be used by the Irish National Volunteers. As it occurred, the members of these union overrun the officers at the customs offices, took, and distributed the arms. The army was called in to have the arms retrieved after the Dublin police were unable to get the arms back. However, only a few arms were retrieved.1
Nevertheless, it was notable that the government failed in its mandate because no further action was taken. In addition, and over time, the Sinn Fein movement championed for treachery gradually decreasing patriotism among Irish citizens. In 1915, letters of agitation along with pamphlets that encouraged violence were distributed by the heads of the Irish Volunteer Party. There were newspaper circulations in support of sedition. 2
Actions were taken to stem and step the spread of the rebellious newspapers. However, the actions only seemed to fuel the popularity of the same sentiments.The actions undertaken by the British in Ireland, especially with brutality and force, made the rebels famous heroes. The result was a public change of opinion, which was in favor of the rebels.3
On 24 April 1916, which was on Easter Monday, a
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