Great Easter Rising animation from Irish teacher
Irish teacher John Ruddy has added the Easter Rising to his impressive collection of Manny Man history animations.
The talented artist brilliantly explains the story of the Rising in just 8 minutes, with his signature character portraying all the key characters.
The video is perfect for anyone who wants an overview of what happened during the Easter Rising. All the key information is in the film, and is expertly delivered by Ruddy’s speedy commentary and engaging animations.
There are countless documentaries and videos about the Easter Rising online, and sometimes too much information can be overwhelming. For anyone that wants the facts delivered in a clear and entertaining way then this is the video for you.
Many fans of Irish history will be delighted that creator Ruddy has added one of Ireland’s most important events to his collection of films.
Even if you know a lot about the Rising, the video is still a great watch. Take a look at the video below.
Ruddy has previously created history animations telling the stories of several other major events in history. Click the links below for the videos on Ireland, or to watch some of Ruddy’s other history videos then visit his YouTube page.
Main Groups:Political Background Irish Republican Brotherhood Irish Volunteer Force Irish Citizen Army Cumann na mBan
The Fighting:The Rebel Plan The Rebels Attack The British Reaction
Aftermath:Leaders Executed Public Reaction Rare photos of the aftermath of the Easter Rising
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