Soldiers search Markets District of Belfast for Maidstone escapees November 1972 | Images4media
A soldier clambers through the fanlight of a corner shop in the Markets area of Belfast during a search following the escape of internees from the prison ship Maidstone. NI Troubles. Ref: 19720119003. Copyright Image from Victor Patterson, Belfast, UK t: +44 28 9066 1296 (from Rep of Ireland 048 9066 1296) m: +44 7802 353836 e: email@example.com www.images4media.com Please see my full Terms and Conditions of Use at https://www.images4media.com/p/terms-conditions - it is…
IRA Old Bailey bomber accused of cashing in on 'shooting guard'
Gerry Kelly, 60, who is now a politician in Northern Ireland and Sinn Fein's spokesman on policing, was one of the ringleaders of the 1983 prison break.
"The Coronation of the Virgin" Diego Rodriguez de Silva Velázquez 1599-1660 We sometimes forget how much Satan hates Mary. He is "enraged" [ὠργίσθη] with the woman. (Rev 12:17) We think we can be 'neutral' about Mary. But we cannot be 'neutral' about Mary. If we treat her like any other woman, we are performatively denying the deity of her Son. If her Son is divine, then she is what the Third Ecumenical Council (Ephesus, 431 AD) declared her to be, i.e. the Theotokos, "God-bearer", or…
David McKittrick: There's a no man's land where few go – Fr Alec was one of them
Fr ALEC Reid was in a way a type of diplomat, in that he gave himself the task of forging relationships between different factions in Ireland and Britain.
THE BRITISH ARMY IN NORTHERN IRELAND, 1969 - 2007
Three children and a journalist look on as a British soldier stands on top of a barricade prior to its dismantlement during Operation Motorman. Glass litters the ground and a cloud of CS gas hangs in the air.
The Troubles gallery - 40 years of conflict in Northern Ireland from the Belfast Telegraph archives
Mid August 1969 witnessed great violence and suffering. Memories of these terrible events have remained strong, especially in areas affected directly by the conflict.