1864 – Casement was born in Dublin on the 1st of September.
1842 – Captain Casement served in the Afghan campaign.
1903 – Roger Casement, then the British Consul in Kinchasa, was commissioned by the British government and delivered a long, detailed eyewitness report exposing human rights abuses in the Congo Free State: The Casement Report.
1906 – Casement was sent as consul to Pará, transferring to Santos, Brazil and lastly was promoted to consul-general in Rio de Janeiro.
1911 – Casement wrote extensively (as always) in those two years including several of his notorious diaries, the one for being unusually discursive.
1913 – Casement resigned from colonial service.
1914 – When the First World War broke, he attempted to secure German aid for Irish independence, sailing for Germany via America.
1916 – He died on the 3rd of August.