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A soldier clambers through the fanlight of a corner shop in the Markets area of . Northern Ireland Troubles, Belfast Northern Ireland, Military Art, Military History, Military Weapons, Jeep Jk, Belfast Murals, Irish Republican Army, Social View

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: victorpattersonbelfast@gmail.com www.images4media.com Please see my full Terms and Conditions of Use at https://www.images4media.com/p/terms-conditions - it is…

Unapologetic: Mr Kelly, pictured next to an IRA member at a republican event, has refused to say sorry for his role in the Maze prison break.It was our pleasure and honor to meet this man in West Belfast years ago, and I am proud that we did. Northern Ireland Troubles, Belfast Northern Ireland, Bobby Sands, Irish Independence, Irish Republican Army, Shooting Guard, Michael Collins, Irish Sea, Living On The Edge

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.

Peace Wall, Belfast, Ireland - lived beside the Roden Street Peace Wall as a child/teenager. Love Ireland, Ireland Travel, Belfast Northern Ireland, Emerald Isle, Grand Tour, Travel Posters, Beautiful Landscapes, Roads

Principium Unitatis

"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…

Another Northern Ireland shooting: A return to the 'Troubles?' - ON ALERT: Northern Ireland police stand guard near the scene of Monday's murder of a policeman in Craigavon, Northern Ireland. Two British soldiers were killed over the weekend. Northern Ireland Troubles, Belfast Northern Ireland, British Soldier, British Army, Irish Republican Army, Erin Go Bragh, British Government, Irish Eyes, British History

Another Northern Ireland shooting: A return to the 'Troubles?'

Irish politicians from all sides reject any backsliding toward violence.

Exploring the Belfast Murals & the turbulent history of Northern Ireland - The Roaming Renegades Northern Ireland Troubles, Belfast Northern Ireland, Ireland Uk, Belfast Murals, Visit Belfast, Irish Republican Army, Orange Order, Space Drawings, Northern Irish

Exploring the Belfast Murals & the turbulent history of Northern Ireland - The Roaming Renegades

The Roaming Renegades: Travel, Adventure, Lifestyle Blog

Fr Alec Reid prays over the body of one of the British Army corporals killed in Northern Ireland March Northern Ireland Troubles, Belfast Northern Ireland, European History, World History, Limerick Ireland, Santa Sede, Northern Irish, No Mans Land, Catholic Priest

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.

On the streets of Keady South Armagh Northern Ireland Troubles, Belfast Northern Ireland, Military Art, Military History, British Army, British Royals, Northern Island, Armagh, Army Day

On the streets of Keady South Armagh 1978.

Explore tormentor4555's photos on Flickr. tormentor4555 has uploaded 30017 photos to Flickr.

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. British Soldier, British Army, Belfast Northern Ireland, A Level Art, Ares, Arsenal Fc, Dublin, World War, Ireland

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.

Bernadette Devlin member of Parliament for Mid-Ulster who has announced that she is soon to have a baby addresses a political protest meeting in LondonÂ?s Trafalgar Square by the Northern Ireland Civil Rights Movement July 11 Cork Ireland, Dublin Ireland, Ireland Travel, Ireland Vacation, Northern Ireland Troubles, Belfast Northern Ireland, Images Of Ireland, Irish People, Northern Irish

Northern Ireland Troubles 1971: Belfast In 50 Photos - Flashbak

IN 1971, the Troubles in Northern Ireland were in full cry...

British army corporals David Howes and Derek Wood produce a gun after driving up to an I. funeral procession and coming under attack. They didn’t drive back out. 19 March, 1988 in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland Troubles, Belfast Northern Ireland, Military Love, Army Love, British Soldier, British Army, Images Of Ireland, Michael Collins, War Photography

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.