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female member of the IRA - northern ireland, 1972

Cumann na mBan Irish Republican Army Northern Ireland 1972 The Troubles Photo

female member of the IRA - northern ireland, 1972

Pinner says, "When I got to know members of the Irish Republican Army, they told me that if you saw children you wouldn't see any trouble, bombing, or shooting; but if there were no children around: beware." Young Girl and British Soldier, Belfast,  Ireland, 1969

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Photographer Harry Benson was with The Beatles before they were famous, with Clinton before he was president, and capturing America before the civil rights movement. He has been photographing for 60 years and has just published a retrospective of ...

Armed anti-Treaty members of the Irish Republican Army (IRA) in Grafton Street, Dublin during the Irish Civil War. (Photo by Walshe/Getty Images)

Armed anti-Treaty members of the Irish Republican Army in Grafton...

Armed anti-Treaty members of the Irish Republican Army in Grafton Street, Dublin during the Irish Civil War.

In 1981, Irish Republican Army volunteers went on hunger strike to protest the refusal of the British government to recognize their political status.  Rather than concede to the obviousness of the political nature of their incarceration, Thatcher did nothing and 10 men starved to death, including Bobby Sands, who would come symbolize fearless resistance to British imperialism.

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In 1981, Irish Republican Army volunteers went on hunger strike to protest the refusal of the British government to recognize their political status. Rather than concede to the obviousness of the political nature of their incarceration, Thatcher did nothing and 10 men starved to death, including Bobby Sands, who would come symbolize fearless resistance to British imperialism.

Mairead Farrell (1957 – 1988) Irish volunteer of the Provisional Irish Republican Army

Mairead Farrell (1957 – 1988) Irish volunteer of the Provisional Irish Republican Army

Irish Republican Army propaganda poster

Poster Propaganda IRA Ketika Kegemilangan Mereka Pada Tahun 80an-90an. (40pics) - CARI

Posters of the Irish Republican Army 70th - 80th years[/backcolor]A selection of images[/backcolor][hr][hr][hr]In its quest to become an officially recognized p ...

Title: Loose Talk Date: 1970s (?) Produced by: Republican Movement Main text within image: 'Loose Talk Costs Lives' Description: A Republican poster in support of the (Provisional) Irish Republican Army (IRA). The poster advises people living in Republican areas that their conversations could be monitored by the security forces. While it may not have been intended there is also an implied threat of what would happen to anyone who did not heed the advice.

Title: Loose Talk Date: 1970s (?) Produced by: Republican Movement Main text within image: 'Loose Talk Costs Lives' Description: A Republican poster in support of the (Provisional) Irish Republican Army (IRA). The poster advises people living in Republican areas that their conversations could be monitored by the security forces. While it may not have been intended there is also an implied threat of what would happen to anyone who did not heed the advice.

A young boy is held by British soldiers from the Gloucester Regiment after he was caught in the act of hurling stones at a Saracen Armoured Personal Carrier in the IRA (Irish Republican Army) stronghold, the lower Falls Road area, March 1972, Belfast, Northern Ireland. The boy claimed he was paid by extremists to toss rocks at the British troops.

A young boy is held by British soldiers from the Gloucester Regiment...

A young boy is held by British soldiers from the Gloucester Regiment after he was caught in the act of hurling stones at a Saracen Armoured Personal Carrier in the IRA stronghold, the lower Falls...

IRA propaganda poster

IRA propaganda poster