The Proclamation expressed the hopes and plans of the revolutionaries. Over time, national admiration for the rebels grew which lead to the rise of the Sinn Féin party in 1917. With their election victory in 1918, the new leaders declared an independent Irish republic and established a government in Dublin. These and other military actions lead to the Anglo-Irish war, 21st January 1919–11th July 1921, it's truce that produced the Anglo-Irish Treaty on 6th December,and eventually, with it's implimantation, a brutal Irish civil war, 28 June 1922 – 24 May 1923.
that the form of government was to be a republic; a guarantee of "religious and civil liberty, equal rights and equal opportunities to all its citizens", the first mention of gender equality, given that Irish women under British law were not allowed to vote;