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Rue Bobby Sands, Saint Denis, Paris. Named after a member of the Provisional Irish Republican Army who died on hunger strike while imprisoned at HM Prison Maze - Jess Hurd - 11-12-2015
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11-12-2015 Rue Bobby Sands, Saint Denis, Paris. Named after a member of the Provisional Irish Republican Army who died on hunger strike while imprisoned at HM Prison Maze © Jess Hurd
Hunger striker Raymond McCartney in the H Block prison a Republican mural in the Peoples Gallery by the Bogside Artists, Derry - Howard Davies - 20-11-2009
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20-11-2009 Hunger striker Raymond McCartney in the H Block prison a Republican mural in the Peoples Gallery by the Bogside Artists, Derry © Howard Davies
A protestor dressed as Ronald McDonald with a blood stained pastiche of the American stars and stripes and stull and crossbones of death at the Foil the Base event. Menwith Hill listening base, North... - Mark Pinder - 22-03-2003
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22-03-2003 A protestor dressed as Ronald McDonald with a blood stained pastiche of the American stars and stripes and stull and crossbones of death at the Foil the Base event. Menwith Hill listening base, North... © Mark Pinder
Immediate aftermath of IRA bomb in Manchester, UK, 15 June 1996 - Paul Herrmann - 15-06-1996
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15-06-1996 Immediate aftermath of IRA bomb in Manchester, UK, 15 June 1996 © Paul Herrmann
Buildings at the South Quay in Docklands damaged by the IRA bomb of February 1996 - Stefano Cagnoni - 14-02-1996
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14-02-1996 Buildings at the South Quay in Docklands damaged by the IRA bomb of February 1996 © Stefano Cagnoni
Cordon Control Officer from the Metropolitan Police assisting employees attempting to remove equipment from their offices at South Quays in Docklands, damaged by the IRA bomb blast of February 1996 - Stefano Cagnoni - 14-02-1996
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14-02-1996 Cordon Control Officer from the Metropolitan Police assisting employees attempting to remove equipment from their offices at South Quays in Docklands, damaged by the IRA bomb blast of February 1996 © Stefano Cagnoni
Martin McGuinness, chief negotiator of Sinn Fein, on a march to remember Bloody Sunday in Manchester - Paul Herrmann - 22-01-1995
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22-01-1995 Martin McGuinness, chief negotiator of Sinn Fein, on a march to remember Bloody Sunday in Manchester © Paul Herrmann
Martin McGuinness, chief negotiator of Sinn Fein, on a march in Manchester - Paul Herrmann - 22-01-1995
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22-01-1995 Martin McGuinness, chief negotiator of Sinn Fein, on a march in Manchester © Paul Herrmann
Sinn Fein Pres Gerry Adams helps carry the coffin of IRA Volunteer Tomas Beagley killed when his own bomb exploded at Frisels Fish Shop on the Shankill Road. Oct 1993. Nine Protestant civillians dies... - Oistin - 04-10-1993
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04-10-1993 Sinn Fein Pres Gerry Adams helps carry the coffin of IRA Volunteer Tomas Beagley killed when his own bomb exploded at Frisels Fish Shop on the Shankill Road. Oct 1993. Nine Protestant civillians dies... © Oistin
Republican protest with IRA on accordion. West Belfast, Northern Ireland. 1989 - Howard Davies - 01-08-1989
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01-08-1989 Republican protest with IRA on accordion. West Belfast, Northern Ireland. 1989 © Howard Davies
Asian women talking outside a street corner shop with IRA graffiti in poor Inner city area of multiple deprivation Sparkhill Birmingham 4/10/1988 - John Harris - 04-10-1988
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04-10-1988 Asian women talking outside a street corner shop with IRA graffiti in poor Inner city area of multiple deprivation Sparkhill Birmingham 4/10/1988 © John Harris
ITN journalists & production staff join their BBC colleagues on a picket line at Broadcasting House in an act of solidarity on a one day strike called by the NUJ and BETA against government censorship... - Stefano Cagnoni - 06-08-1985
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06-08-1985 ITN journalists & production staff join their BBC colleagues on a picket line at Broadcasting House in an act of solidarity on a one day strike called by the NUJ and BETA against government censorship... © Stefano Cagnoni
Firemen check for injured guests at the Grand Hotel, Brighton, in the aftermath of the bomb attack in which the IRA attempted to assassinate Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher - Martin Mayer - 12-10-1984
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12-10-1984 Firemen check for injured guests at the Grand Hotel, Brighton, in the aftermath of the bomb attack in which the IRA attempted to assassinate Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher © Martin Mayer
Firemen check for injured guests at the badly damaged Grand Hotel, Brighton, in the aftermath of the bomb attack in which the IRA attempted to assassinate Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher - Martin Mayer - 12-10-1984
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12-10-1984 Firemen check for injured guests at the badly damaged Grand Hotel, Brighton, in the aftermath of the bomb attack in which the IRA attempted to assassinate Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher © Martin Mayer
Firemen still checking for damage at the Grand Hotel, Brighton, in the aftermath of the bomb attack in which the IRA attempted to assassinate Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher - Martin Mayer - 12-10-1984
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12-10-1984 Firemen still checking for damage at the Grand Hotel, Brighton, in the aftermath of the bomb attack in which the IRA attempted to assassinate Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher © Martin Mayer
Firemen still checking for damage at the Grand Hotel, Brighton, the morning after the bomb attack in which the IRA attempted to assassinate Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher - Martin Mayer - 12-10-1984
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12-10-1984 Firemen still checking for damage at the Grand Hotel, Brighton, the morning after the bomb attack in which the IRA attempted to assassinate Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher © Martin Mayer
Shocked and bloodied delegates to the Conservative Party conference outside The Grand Hotel, Brighton, after the IRA exploded a bomb in an attempt to assassinate Margaret Thatcher. - Martin Mayer - 12-10-1984
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12-10-1984 Shocked and bloodied delegates to the Conservative Party conference outside The Grand Hotel, Brighton, after the IRA exploded a bomb in an attempt to assassinate Margaret Thatcher. © Martin Mayer
Shocked and bloodied delegated to the Conservative Party conference are helped away from The Grand Hotel, Brighton, after the IRA exploded a bomb in an attempt to assassinate Margaret Thatcher. - Martin Mayer - 12-10-1984
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12-10-1984 Shocked and bloodied delegated to the Conservative Party conference are helped away from The Grand Hotel, Brighton, after the IRA exploded a bomb in an attempt to assassinate Margaret Thatcher. © Martin Mayer
Shocked and bloodied delegated to the Conservative Party conference are helped away from The Grand Hotel, Brighton, after the IRA exploded a bomb in an attempt to assassinate Margaret Thatcher. - Martin Mayer - 12-10-1984
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12-10-1984 Shocked and bloodied delegated to the Conservative Party conference are helped away from The Grand Hotel, Brighton, after the IRA exploded a bomb in an attempt to assassinate Margaret Thatcher. © Martin Mayer
IRA Bombing of The Grand Hotel, Brighton. Hotel staff helping a guest and a journalist interviewing shocked and bloodied delegates to the Conservative Party conference gather outside The Grand Hotel,... - Martin Mayer - 12-10-1984
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12-10-1984 IRA Bombing of The Grand Hotel, Brighton. Hotel staff helping a guest and a journalist interviewing shocked and bloodied delegates to the Conservative Party conference gather outside The Grand Hotel,... © Martin Mayer
IRA Bombing of The Grand Hotel, Brighton. Hotel staff helping a guest and a journalist interviewing shocked and bloodied delegates to the Conservative Party conference gather outside The Grand Hotel,... - Martin Mayer - 12-10-1984
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12-10-1984 IRA Bombing of The Grand Hotel, Brighton. Hotel staff helping a guest and a journalist interviewing shocked and bloodied delegates to the Conservative Party conference gather outside The Grand Hotel,... © Martin Mayer
Serious structural damage visible on the Grand Hotel, Brighton, just after the IRA exploded a bomb in an attempt to assassinate Margaret Thatcher. - Martin Mayer - 12-10-1984
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12-10-1984 Serious structural damage visible on the Grand Hotel, Brighton, just after the IRA exploded a bomb in an attempt to assassinate Margaret Thatcher. © Martin Mayer
Hotel guests and delegates to the Conservative Party conference gather outside The Grand Hotel, Brighton, after the IRA exploded a bomb exploded in an attempt to assassinate Margaret Thatcher. - Martin Mayer - 12-10-1984
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12-10-1984 Hotel guests and delegates to the Conservative Party conference gather outside The Grand Hotel, Brighton, after the IRA exploded a bomb exploded in an attempt to assassinate Margaret Thatcher. © Martin Mayer
Grim faced Margaret Thatcher (R), William Whitelaw (L) and Selwyn Gummer at 1984 Conservative Party Conference on the day after the IRA bomb attack on Thatcher, Brighton - Martin Mayer - 12-10-1984
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12-10-1984 Grim faced Margaret Thatcher (R), William Whitelaw (L) and Selwyn Gummer at 1984 Conservative Party Conference on the day after the IRA bomb attack on Thatcher, Brighton © Martin Mayer
Bomb damage is clearly visible as firemen check for injured guests at the Grand Hotel, Brighton, in the aftermath of the bomb attack in which the IRA attampted to assassinate Prime Minister Matgaret T... - Martin Mayer - 12-10-1984
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12-10-1984 Bomb damage is clearly visible as firemen check for injured guests at the Grand Hotel, Brighton, in the aftermath of the bomb attack in which the IRA attampted to assassinate Prime Minister Matgaret T... © Martin Mayer
Firemen rescue an injured guest at the Grand Hotel, Brighton, in the aftermath of the bomb attack in which the IRA attampted to assassinate Prime Minister Matgaret Thatcher - Martin Mayer - 12-10-1984
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12-10-1984 Firemen rescue an injured guest at the Grand Hotel, Brighton, in the aftermath of the bomb attack in which the IRA attampted to assassinate Prime Minister Matgaret Thatcher © Martin Mayer
Police help a guest caught in the bomb blast at the Grand Hotel, Brighton, which the IRA detonated with the aim of assassinating Prime Ministe Margaret Thatcher - Martin Mayer - 12-10-1984
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12-10-1984 Police help a guest caught in the bomb blast at the Grand Hotel, Brighton, which the IRA detonated with the aim of assassinating Prime Ministe Margaret Thatcher © Martin Mayer
Firemen check for injured guests at the heavily damaged Grand Hotel, Brighton, in the aftermath of the bomb attack in which the IRA attempted to assassinate Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher - Martin Mayer - 12-10-1984
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12-10-1984 Firemen check for injured guests at the heavily damaged Grand Hotel, Brighton, in the aftermath of the bomb attack in which the IRA attempted to assassinate Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher © Martin Mayer
Police and firemen outside the heavily damaged Grand Hotel, Brighton, just after the bomb attack in which the IRA attempted to assassinate Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher - Martin Mayer - 12-10-1984
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12-10-1984 Police and firemen outside the heavily damaged Grand Hotel, Brighton, just after the bomb attack in which the IRA attempted to assassinate Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher © Martin Mayer
Firemen rescue an injured guest at the Grand Hotel, Brighton, in the aftermath of the bomb attack in which the IRA attempted to assassinate Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. The Onserver headline says... - Martin Mayer - 12-10-1984
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12-10-1984 Firemen rescue an injured guest at the Grand Hotel, Brighton, in the aftermath of the bomb attack in which the IRA attempted to assassinate Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. The Onserver headline says... © Martin Mayer
Margaret Thatcher speaking Conservative Party Conference, Brighton on the day of the bombing of the Grand Hotel by the Provisional IRA. - Philip Wolmuth - 12-10-1984
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12-10-1984 Margaret Thatcher speaking Conservative Party Conference, Brighton on the day of the bombing of the Grand Hotel by the Provisional IRA. © Philip Wolmuth
Conservative Party Conference, Brighton, on the day of the bombing of the Grand Hotel by the Provisional IRA. - Philip Wolmuth - 12-10-1984
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12-10-1984 Conservative Party Conference, Brighton, on the day of the bombing of the Grand Hotel by the Provisional IRA. © Philip Wolmuth
Firemen check for injured guests at the heavily damaged Grand Hotel, Brighton, in the aftermath of the bomb attack in which the IRA attempted to assassinate Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher - Martin Mayer - 20-02-1984
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20-02-1984 Firemen check for injured guests at the heavily damaged Grand Hotel, Brighton, in the aftermath of the bomb attack in which the IRA attempted to assassinate Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher © Martin Mayer
IRA Car bomb blast, Harrods, Knightsbridge, London, 1983. Three police officers and three members of the public were killed and 75 others injured after the car bomb attack - NLA - 18-12-1983
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18-12-1983 IRA Car bomb blast, Harrods, Knightsbridge, London, 1983. Three police officers and three members of the public were killed and 75 others injured after the car bomb attack © NLA
Police searching shopping bags, Selfridges, Oxford Street, London 1981 during IRA bombing campaign - NLA - 27-10-1981
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27-10-1981 Police searching shopping bags, Selfridges, Oxford Street, London 1981 during IRA bombing campaign © NLA
Funeral of Patsy O'Hara an INLA volunteer and the third hunger striker to die on 21 May 1981, his funeral was the biggest seen in Derry. At the graveside three volleys were fired by firing party. Ther... - David Mansell - 01-06-1981
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01-06-1981 Funeral of Patsy O'Hara an INLA volunteer and the third hunger striker to die on 21 May 1981, his funeral was the biggest seen in Derry. At the graveside three volleys were fired by firing party. Ther... © David Mansell
Funeral of Patsy OHara an INLA volunteer and the third hunger striker to die on 21 May 1981, his funeral was the biggest seen in Derry. At the graveside three volleys were fired by firing party. There... - David Mansell - 01-06-1981
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01-06-1981 Funeral of Patsy OHara an INLA volunteer and the third hunger striker to die on 21 May 1981, his funeral was the biggest seen in Derry. At the graveside three volleys were fired by firing party. There... © David Mansell
Funeral of Patsy OHara an INLA volunteer and the third hunger striker to die on 21 May 1981, his funeral was the biggest seen in Derry. At the graveside three volleys were fired by firing party. There... - David Mansell - 01-06-1981
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01-06-1981 Funeral of Patsy OHara an INLA volunteer and the third hunger striker to die on 21 May 1981, his funeral was the biggest seen in Derry. At the graveside three volleys were fired by firing party. There... © David Mansell
Funeral of the IRA prisoner Bobby Sands, 1981, over a 100,000 people lined the funeral route. Sands, started his hunger strike on 1st March and died 66 days later on the 5 May 1981. There were a total... - David Mansell - 09-05-1981
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09-05-1981 Funeral of the IRA prisoner Bobby Sands, 1981, over a 100,000 people lined the funeral route. Sands, started his hunger strike on 1st March and died 66 days later on the 5 May 1981. There were a total... © David Mansell
Funeral of the IRA prisoner Bobby Sands, 1981 his coffin is carried by his father and brother at the front, with Owen Carron who preceded Sands as MP for Fermanagh and South Tyrone, followed by Sands... - David Mansell - 09-05-1981
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09-05-1981 Funeral of the IRA prisoner Bobby Sands, 1981 his coffin is carried by his father and brother at the front, with Owen Carron who preceded Sands as MP for Fermanagh and South Tyrone, followed by Sands... © David Mansell
Funeral of the IRA prisoner Bobby Sands, 1981. Bobby Sands coffin as it leaves St. Lukes Churchl, Twin Brook, West Belfast, Northern Ireland. Republican MP Bobby Sands died in the prison hospital afte... - John Sturrock - 07-05-1981
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07-05-1981 Funeral of the IRA prisoner Bobby Sands, 1981. Bobby Sands coffin as it leaves St. Lukes Churchl, Twin Brook, West Belfast, Northern Ireland. Republican MP Bobby Sands died in the prison hospital afte... © John Sturrock
Masked IRA volunteers carrying the coffin of Bobby Sands 1981 who died after 66 days on hunger strike in protest at the removal of Special Category (political prisoner) status for Irish Republican pri... - Katalin Arkell - 30-04-1981
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30-04-1981 Masked IRA volunteers carrying the coffin of Bobby Sands 1981 who died after 66 days on hunger strike in protest at the removal of Special Category (political prisoner) status for Irish Republican pri... © Katalin Arkell
Funeral of the IRA prisoner Bobby Sands, 1981, Milltown Cemetery, Belfast, Northern Ireland - Katalin Arkell - 30-04-1981
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30-04-1981 Funeral of the IRA prisoner Bobby Sands, 1981, Milltown Cemetery, Belfast, Northern Ireland © Katalin Arkell
Funeral of the IRA prisoner Bobby Sands, 1981. Mourners carry black flags, Milltown Cemetery, Belfast, Northern Ireland - Katalin Arkell - 30-04-1981
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30-04-1981 Funeral of the IRA prisoner Bobby Sands, 1981. Mourners carry black flags, Milltown Cemetery, Belfast, Northern Ireland © Katalin Arkell
Masked IRA volunteers carrying the coffin of Bobby Sands 1981 who died after 66 days on hunger strike in protest at the removal of Special Category (political prisoner) status for Irish Republican pri... - Katalin Arkell - 30-04-1981
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30-04-1981 Masked IRA volunteers carrying the coffin of Bobby Sands 1981 who died after 66 days on hunger strike in protest at the removal of Special Category (political prisoner) status for Irish Republican pri... © Katalin Arkell
Rioting, The Bogside, Derry Northern Ireland 1981. British soldiers shielding themselves behind riot shields and Pig armoured vehicle as they come under attack from rioters throwing petrol bombs.The I... - David Mansell - 25-04-1981
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25-04-1981 Rioting, The Bogside, Derry Northern Ireland 1981. British soldiers shielding themselves behind riot shields and Pig armoured vehicle as they come under attack from rioters throwing petrol bombs.The I... © David Mansell
Rioting, The Bogside, Derry, Northern Ireland 1981 after the death of IRA prisoner Bobby Sands on hunger strike. Young rioters have just stolen a local butchers van, they form part of a large group of... - David Mansell - 06-04-1981
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06-04-1981 Rioting, The Bogside, Derry, Northern Ireland 1981 after the death of IRA prisoner Bobby Sands on hunger strike. Young rioters have just stolen a local butchers van, they form part of a large group of... © David Mansell
Rioting, The Bogside, Derry, Northern Ireland 1981 after the death of IRA prisoner Bobby Sands on hunger strike. Young rioters to protect their identity wearing masks made from tracksuit bottoms and a... - David Mansell - 06-04-1981
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06-04-1981 Rioting, The Bogside, Derry, Northern Ireland 1981 after the death of IRA prisoner Bobby Sands on hunger strike. Young rioters to protect their identity wearing masks made from tracksuit bottoms and a... © David Mansell
Rioting, The Bogside, Derry, Northern Ireland 1981 after the death of IRA prisoner Bobby Sands on hunger strike. The IRA prisoner Bobby Sands started his hunger strike on 1st March and died 66 days la... - David Mansell - 06-04-1981
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06-04-1981 Rioting, The Bogside, Derry, Northern Ireland 1981 after the death of IRA prisoner Bobby Sands on hunger strike. The IRA prisoner Bobby Sands started his hunger strike on 1st March and died 66 days la... © David Mansell
Rioting, The Bogside, Derry, Northern Ireland 1981 after the death of IRA prisoner Bobby Sands on hunger strike. The IRA prisoner Bobby Sands started his hunger strike on 1st March and died 66 days la... - David Mansell - 06-04-1981
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06-04-1981 Rioting, The Bogside, Derry, Northern Ireland 1981 after the death of IRA prisoner Bobby Sands on hunger strike. The IRA prisoner Bobby Sands started his hunger strike on 1st March and died 66 days la... © David Mansell
Rioting, The Bogside, Derry, Northern Ireland 1981 after the death of IRA prisoner Bobby Sands on hunger strike. The IRA prisoner Bobby Sands started his hunger strike on 1st March and died 66 days la... - David Mansell - 06-04-1981
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06-04-1981 Rioting, The Bogside, Derry, Northern Ireland 1981 after the death of IRA prisoner Bobby Sands on hunger strike. The IRA prisoner Bobby Sands started his hunger strike on 1st March and died 66 days la... © David Mansell
Rioting, The Bogside, Derry, Northern Ireland 1981 after the death of IRA prisoner Bobby Sands on hunger strike. The IRA prisoner Bobby Sands started his hunger strike on 1st March and died 66 days la... - David Mansell - 06-04-1981
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06-04-1981 Rioting, The Bogside, Derry, Northern Ireland 1981 after the death of IRA prisoner Bobby Sands on hunger strike. The IRA prisoner Bobby Sands started his hunger strike on 1st March and died 66 days la... © David Mansell
Rioting, The Bogside, Derry, Northern Ireland 1981 after the death of IRA prisoner Bobby Sands on hunger strike. The IRA prisoner Bobby Sands started his hunger strike on 1st March and died 66 days la... - David Mansell - 06-04-1981
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06-04-1981 Rioting, The Bogside, Derry, Northern Ireland 1981 after the death of IRA prisoner Bobby Sands on hunger strike. The IRA prisoner Bobby Sands started his hunger strike on 1st March and died 66 days la... © David Mansell
Rioting, The Bogside, Derry, Northern Ireland 1981 after the death of IRA prisoner Bobby Sands on hunger strike. The IRA prisoner Bobby Sands started his hunger strike on 1st March and died 66 days la... - David Mansell - 06-04-1981
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06-04-1981 Rioting, The Bogside, Derry, Northern Ireland 1981 after the death of IRA prisoner Bobby Sands on hunger strike. The IRA prisoner Bobby Sands started his hunger strike on 1st March and died 66 days la... © David Mansell
Rioting, The Bogside, Derry, Northern Ireland 1981. The IRA prisoner Bobby Sands started his hunger strike on 1st March and died 66 days later on the 5 May 1981. There were a total of ten hunger strik... - David Mansell - 06-04-1981
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06-04-1981 Rioting, The Bogside, Derry, Northern Ireland 1981. The IRA prisoner Bobby Sands started his hunger strike on 1st March and died 66 days later on the 5 May 1981. There were a total of ten hunger strik... © David Mansell
Rioting, The Bogside, Derry, Northern Ireland 1981 after the death of IRA prisoner Bobby Sands on hunger strike. During a lull in rioting a mother and daughter try to find a safe passage, as large num... - David Mansell - 06-04-1981
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06-04-1981 Rioting, The Bogside, Derry, Northern Ireland 1981 after the death of IRA prisoner Bobby Sands on hunger strike. During a lull in rioting a mother and daughter try to find a safe passage, as large num... © David Mansell
Boy is holding a poster of Bobby Sands, Falls Road, West Belfast, Northern Ireland, 1981. IRA prisoner Bobby Sands started his hunger strike on 1st March and died 66 days later on the 5 May 1981. Ther... - David Mansell - 01-04-1981
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01-04-1981 Boy is holding a poster of Bobby Sands, Falls Road, West Belfast, Northern Ireland, 1981. IRA prisoner Bobby Sands started his hunger strike on 1st March and died 66 days later on the 5 May 1981. Ther... © David Mansell
Armed IRA gunmen on the streets, West Belfast, Northern Ireland, 1979 - David Mansell - 30-08-1979
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30-08-1979 Armed IRA gunmen on the streets, West Belfast, Northern Ireland, 1979 © David Mansell
Armed IRA gunmen on the streets, West Belfast, Northern Ireland, 1979 - David Mansell - 30-08-1979
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30-08-1979 Armed IRA gunmen on the streets, West Belfast, Northern Ireland, 1979 © David Mansell
Armed IRA gunmen on the streets, West Belfast, Northern Ireland, 1979 - David Mansell - 30-08-1979
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30-08-1979 Armed IRA gunmen on the streets, West Belfast, Northern Ireland, 1979 © David Mansell
Armed IRA gunmen on the streets, West Belfast, Northern Ireland, 1979 - David Mansell - 30-08-1979
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30-08-1979 Armed IRA gunmen on the streets, West Belfast, Northern Ireland, 1979 © David Mansell
Armed IRA gunmen on the streets, West Belfast, Northern Ireland, 1979 - David Mansell - 30-08-1979
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30-08-1979 Armed IRA gunmen on the streets, West Belfast, Northern Ireland, 1979 © David Mansell
Hooded, armed IRA volunteer gunmen appear infront of the nationalist republican community, Andersontown, West Belfast, 1979 to celebrate the armed struggle for independence of the Dublin Easter Rising... - David Mansell - 12-04-1979
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12-04-1979 Hooded, armed IRA volunteer gunmen appear infront of the nationalist republican community, Andersontown, West Belfast, 1979 to celebrate the armed struggle for independence of the Dublin Easter Rising... © David Mansell
Hooded, armed IRA volunteer gunmen appear infront of the nationalist republican community, Andersontown, West Belfast, 1979 to celebrate the armed struggle for independence of the Dublin Easter Rising... - David Mansell - 12-04-1979
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12-04-1979 Hooded, armed IRA volunteer gunmen appear infront of the nationalist republican community, Andersontown, West Belfast, 1979 to celebrate the armed struggle for independence of the Dublin Easter Rising... © David Mansell
H Block prisoners Relatives Action Committee protest, Hyde Park, London 1978 - Philip Wolmuth - 26-11-1978
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26-11-1978 H Block prisoners Relatives Action Committee protest, Hyde Park, London 1978 © Philip Wolmuth
Norris McWhirter at launch of book about twin brother Ross, murdered by the IRA. With him was Ross wife Rosemary. Norris was co founder with his brother Ross of the Guinness Book of Records. He later... - Peter Arkell - 13-02-1977
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13-02-1977 Norris McWhirter at launch of book about twin brother Ross, murdered by the IRA. With him was Ross wife Rosemary. Norris was co founder with his brother Ross of the Guinness Book of Records. He later... © Peter Arkell
Norris McWhirter at launch of book about twin brother Ross, murdered by the IRA. With him was Ross wife Rosemary. Norris was co founder with his brother Ross of the Guinness Book of Records. He later... - Peter Arkell - 13-02-1977
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13-02-1977 Norris McWhirter at launch of book about twin brother Ross, murdered by the IRA. With him was Ross wife Rosemary. Norris was co founder with his brother Ross of the Guinness Book of Records. He later... © Peter Arkell
Balcombe Street siege, 1975 Armed police arresting surrendering IRA member, Marylebone, London - Peter Arkell - 12-12-1975
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12-12-1975 Balcombe Street siege, 1975 Armed police arresting surrendering IRA member, Marylebone, London © Peter Arkell
Balcombe Street siege of four IRA men London 1975 Met police commissioner Sir John Marks talking to police officers - Martin Mayer - 07-12-1975
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07-12-1975 Balcombe Street siege of four IRA men London 1975 Met police commissioner Sir John Marks talking to police officers © Martin Mayer
Balcombe Street siege of four IRA men London 1975 Armed police sorround the house where 4 IRA men were holed up after an attack on a restaurant - Martin Mayer - 07-12-1975
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07-12-1975 Balcombe Street siege of four IRA men London 1975 Armed police sorround the house where 4 IRA men were holed up after an attack on a restaurant © Martin Mayer
Police using mirror to look under and detect car bombs during IRA bombing campaign, London 1975 - NLA - 11-09-1975
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11-09-1975 Police using mirror to look under and detect car bombs during IRA bombing campaign, London 1975 © NLA
Bomb explosion at Houses of Parliament, 1974, causing extensive damage and injuring eleven people, London - NLA - 17-06-1974
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17-06-1974 Bomb explosion at Houses of Parliament, 1974, causing extensive damage and injuring eleven people, London © NLA
Funeral of Michael Gaughan, 1974 an Official IRA volunteer who died in Parkhurst prison after a 64 day hunger strike during which he was force fed. The procession passing through Kilburn, London - Martin Mayer - 08-06-1974
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08-06-1974 Funeral of Michael Gaughan, 1974 an Official IRA volunteer who died in Parkhurst prison after a 64 day hunger strike during which he was force fed. The procession passing through Kilburn, London © Martin Mayer
Funeral of Michael Gaughan, 1974 an Official IRA volunteer who died in Parkhurst prison after a 64 day hunger strike during which he was force fed. The procession passing through Kilburn, London - Martin Mayer - 08-06-1974
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08-06-1974 Funeral of Michael Gaughan, 1974 an Official IRA volunteer who died in Parkhurst prison after a 64 day hunger strike during which he was force fed. The procession passing through Kilburn, London © Martin Mayer
Protest against force feeding of Irish hunger strikers 1974 outside Wormwood Scrubs prison, West London - Martin Mayer - 19-01-1974
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19-01-1974 Protest against force feeding of Irish hunger strikers 1974 outside Wormwood Scrubs prison, West London © Martin Mayer
Rose Dugdale English heiress and former debutante who rebelled against her wealthy upbringing to volunteer in the IRA - Chris Davies - 17-01-1974
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17-01-1974 Rose Dugdale English heiress and former debutante who rebelled against her wealthy upbringing to volunteer in the IRA © Chris Davies
Car bomb blast, Home Office, London 1973. Home secretary Robert Carr MP with police - NLA - 18-12-1973
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18-12-1973 Car bomb blast, Home Office, London 1973. Home secretary Robert Carr MP with police © NLA
IRA Bombing 1973, blowing up a snack bar at Euston Railway station injuring eight people, London - NLA - 18-12-1973
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18-12-1973 IRA Bombing 1973, blowing up a snack bar at Euston Railway station injuring eight people, London © NLA
Car bomb blast, Home Office, London 1973 - NLA - 18-12-1973
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18-12-1973 Car bomb blast, Home Office, London 1973 © NLA
Kent 1973 Mocked up streets, Dicers Walk and Lewksharpe Place constructed on an army base to practise urban warfare at the height of The Troubles in Northern Ireland - Martin Mayer - 14-09-1973
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14-09-1973 Kent 1973 Mocked up streets, Dicers Walk and Lewksharpe Place constructed on an army base to practise urban warfare at the height of The Troubles in Northern Ireland © Martin Mayer
Police searching cars near Lambeth Magistrates Court, London 1973 during the trial of the Belfast 10 on charges made after the London bomb explosions on March 8 - Peter Arkell - 24-04-1973
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24-04-1973 Police searching cars near Lambeth Magistrates Court, London 1973 during the trial of the Belfast 10 on charges made after the London bomb explosions on March 8 © Peter Arkell
Police searching cars near Lambeth Magistrates Court, London 1973 during the trial of the Belfast 10 on charges made after the London bomb explosions on March 8 - Peter Arkell - 24-04-1973
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24-04-1973 Police searching cars near Lambeth Magistrates Court, London 1973 during the trial of the Belfast 10 on charges made after the London bomb explosions on March 8 © Peter Arkell
The Belfast 10 arriving in a black maria for trial, Lambeth Magistrates Court, London 1973 for trial on charges made after the London bomb explosions on March 8. - Peter Arkell - 24-04-1973
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24-04-1973 The Belfast 10 arriving in a black maria for trial, Lambeth Magistrates Court, London 1973 for trial on charges made after the London bomb explosions on March 8. © Peter Arkell
Police searching cars near Lambeth Magistrates Court, London 1973 during the trial of the Belfast 10 on charges made after the London bomb explosions on March 8. - Peter Arkell - 24-04-1973
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24-04-1973 Police searching cars near Lambeth Magistrates Court, London 1973 during the trial of the Belfast 10 on charges made after the London bomb explosions on March 8. © Peter Arkell
IRA car bomb blast in the street outside the Old Bailey court, London - Peter Arkell - 08-03-1973
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08-03-1973 IRA car bomb blast in the street outside the Old Bailey court, London © Peter Arkell
IRA car bomb blast in the street outside the Old Bailey court, London - Peter Arkell - 08-03-1973
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08-03-1973 IRA car bomb blast in the street outside the Old Bailey court, London © Peter Arkell
IRA bomb blast at Old Bailey, London. Newspaper seller with news of the bombing - Peter Arkell - 08-03-1973
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08-03-1973 IRA bomb blast at Old Bailey, London. Newspaper seller with news of the bombing © Peter Arkell
IRA car bomb blast in the street outside the Old Bailey court, London. Shattered windows opposite. - Peter Arkell - 08-03-1973
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08-03-1973 IRA car bomb blast in the street outside the Old Bailey court, London. Shattered windows opposite. © Peter Arkell
IRA bomb blast at Old Bailey. Mangled debris of car and shattered glass in street as police remove cordon - Peter Arkell - 08-03-1973
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08-03-1973 IRA bomb blast at Old Bailey. Mangled debris of car and shattered glass in street as police remove cordon © Peter Arkell
IRA car bomb blast in the street outside the Old Bailey court, London - Peter Arkell - 08-03-1973
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08-03-1973 IRA car bomb blast in the street outside the Old Bailey court, London © Peter Arkell
Protest against British troops in Northern Ireland, vigil, Parliament Square, London 1973. The Irish people are one - Martin Mayer - 10-01-1973
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10-01-1973 Protest against British troops in Northern Ireland, vigil, Parliament Square, London 1973. The Irish people are one © Martin Mayer
Northern Ireland 1971 Anti British graffiti slogan Welcome to Free Belfast an area of the Ardoyne controlled by the IRA after the imposition of internment without trial. - Martin Mayer - 21-08-1971
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21-08-1971 Northern Ireland 1971 Anti British graffiti slogan Welcome to Free Belfast an area of the Ardoyne controlled by the IRA after the imposition of internment without trial. © Martin Mayer
Derry residents gather near the famous Free Derry sign at the entrance to the no-go area of the Bogside, 1971 where armed IRA gunmen kept the army out after the introduction of internment without tria... - Martin Mayer - 16-08-1971
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16-08-1971 Derry residents gather near the famous Free Derry sign at the entrance to the no-go area of the Bogside, 1971 where armed IRA gunmen kept the army out after the introduction of internment without tria... © Martin Mayer
You are now entering free Derry. Entrance to the no-go area of the Bogside, Derry, Northern Ireland, 1971 where British troops were kept out by armed IRA men after the introduction of internment. - Martin Mayer - 13-08-1971
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13-08-1971 You are now entering free Derry. Entrance to the no-go area of the Bogside, Derry, Northern Ireland, 1971 where British troops were kept out by armed IRA men after the introduction of internment. © Martin Mayer
You are now entering free Derry. Entrance to the no-go Bogside, Derry, Northern Ireland, 1971 where British troops were kept out by armed IRA men after the introduction of internment - Martin Mayer - 13-08-1971
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13-08-1971 You are now entering free Derry. Entrance to the no-go Bogside, Derry, Northern Ireland, 1971 where British troops were kept out by armed IRA men after the introduction of internment © Martin Mayer
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