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This page contains the casualty figures for the 1916 Easter Uprising. These were announced by the British Authorities on 11 May 1916.
The figures for the civilian and rebels were grouped together as the authorities stated that it was not possible to deduce who was a rebel and who was a civilian.
The large loss of civilian life during the Easter Rebellion was one of the reasons that the rebels were viewed with disdain and hostility by some of the Dublin residents. It should also be remembered that a large number of Irish troops were serving in France and Flanders with the British Army.