1916 Irish Volunteer Uniforms

There will be plenty of events taking place across Ireland this year as we all make tribute to the 100th anniversary of the events of 1916.
In 1916, many brave Irish men and women volunteered to fight against British rule in Ireland and took part in a historic time in Irish history. Their brave actions were a huge step towards freedom for Ireland and led to the creation of the Irish Free State in 1922 and, ultimately, the formal declaration of Irish as a Republic in 1949.

Here at Fun Place, Dublin with the help of the historians from Glasnevin we have introduced 1916 Irish Volunteer Uniforms to our store as a tribute to those brave men and women.

The uniforms design is adaptable to many historic events in Irish history as they can also can be adopted to the War of Independence and right into 1922 which we know will also be celebrated in the years to come.
Order a uniform today on our site funplace.ie or in store and the uniforms will be dispatched on the 23rd of March 2016.

The male uniform includes the jacket, trousers, hat and belt while the female uniform includes the jacket, skirt, hat and belt. Each uniform is priced at €50.

 

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