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Remain protest as Parliament prepares to vote on Brexit, Westminster, London - Jess Hurd - 15-01-2019
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15-01-2019 Remain protest as Parliament prepares to vote on Brexit, Westminster, London © Jess Hurd
The Orange Order marching to The Cenotaph, Remembrance Day, Whitehall, London. Friends of Ulster - Jess Hurd - 11-11-2017
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11-11-2017 The Orange Order marching to The Cenotaph, Remembrance Day, Whitehall, London. Friends of Ulster © Jess Hurd
Ulster Volunteer Force - Oxfordshire flag. South East Alliance, assorted far right coalition are stopped from marching through Cricklewood by anti fascists. The Alliance were protesting about a Muslim... - Jess Hurd - 14-06-2014
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14-06-2014 Ulster Volunteer Force - Oxfordshire flag. South East Alliance, assorted far right coalition are stopped from marching through Cricklewood by anti fascists. The Alliance were protesting about a Muslim... © Jess Hurd
Loyalist protest using The Trooper from an Iron Maiden album cover T-shirt, The Trooper became an unofficial mascot of the Ulster Freedom Fighters loyalist paramilitary group. G8 summit, Northern Irel... - Jess Hurd - 15-06-2013
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15-06-2013 Loyalist protest using The Trooper from an Iron Maiden album cover T-shirt, The Trooper became an unofficial mascot of the Ulster Freedom Fighters loyalist paramilitary group. G8 summit, Northern Irel... © Jess Hurd
Loyalist protest using The Trooper from an Iron Maiden album cover T-shirt, The Trooper became an unofficial mascot of the Ulster Freedom Fighters loyalist paramilitary group. G8 summit, Northern Irel... - Jess Hurd - 15-06-2013
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15-06-2013 Loyalist protest using The Trooper from an Iron Maiden album cover T-shirt, The Trooper became an unofficial mascot of the Ulster Freedom Fighters loyalist paramilitary group. G8 summit, Northern Irel... © Jess Hurd
David Trimble addresses Conservative Party Conference, Blackpool. - Jess Hurd - 10-10-2001
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10-10-2001 David Trimble addresses Conservative Party Conference, Blackpool. © Jess Hurd
Sinn Fein Pres Gerry Adams MP detained by RUC Lower Ormeau Road Belfast July 1998 - Oistin - 07-07-1998
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07-07-1998 Sinn Fein Pres Gerry Adams MP detained by RUC Lower Ormeau Road Belfast July 1998 © Oistin
Martin McGuinness Sinn Fein MP negotiating with RUC during the Apprentice Boys march in Derry, August 1995 - Joanne O'Brien - 24-08-1995
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24-08-1995 Martin McGuinness Sinn Fein MP negotiating with RUC during the Apprentice Boys march in Derry, August 1995 © Joanne O'Brien
RUC preventing loyalist march from passing along traditional route through catholic area, Portadown, Northern Ireland 1985. Young catholics jeer as loyalist band member is arrested. - John Sturrock - 12-07-1985
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12-07-1985 RUC preventing loyalist march from passing along traditional route through catholic area, Portadown, Northern Ireland 1985. Young catholics jeer as loyalist band member is arrested. © John Sturrock
John R Pinniger, (L) James Molyneaux speaking, Harvey Proctor (R), Julian Amery MP, The Monday Club meeting, Conservative Party Conference 1982 - John Harris - 07-10-1982
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07-10-1982 John R Pinniger, (L) James Molyneaux speaking, Harvey Proctor (R), Julian Amery MP, The Monday Club meeting, Conservative Party Conference 1982 © John Harris
Commemoration for Northern Ireland hunger striker Bobby Sands, London 1982 - Philip Wolmuth - 08-05-1982
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08-05-1982 Commemoration for Northern Ireland hunger striker Bobby Sands, London 1982 © Philip Wolmuth
GLC leader Ken Livingstone speaking at Commemoration for Northern Ireland hunger striker Bobby Sands, London 1982 - Philip Wolmuth - 08-05-1982
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08-05-1982 GLC leader Ken Livingstone speaking at Commemoration for Northern Ireland hunger striker Bobby Sands, London 1982 © Philip Wolmuth
Relatives of Irish hunger strikers press conference, Conway Hall, London 1981 - Philip Wolmuth - 17-09-1981
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17-09-1981 Relatives of Irish hunger strikers press conference, Conway Hall, London 1981 © Philip Wolmuth
Relatives of Irish hunger strikers, press conference, Conway Hall, London, 1981 - Philip Wolmuth - 17-09-1981
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17-09-1981 Relatives of Irish hunger strikers, press conference, Conway Hall, London, 1981 © Philip Wolmuth
Lord Gifford, Sue O'Halloran (Sinn Fein), Owen Carron MEP, Realtives of Irish hunger strikers press conference, Conway Hall, London 1981 - Philip Wolmuth - 17-09-1981
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17-09-1981 Lord Gifford, Sue O'Halloran (Sinn Fein), Owen Carron MEP, Realtives of Irish hunger strikers press conference, Conway Hall, London 1981 © Philip Wolmuth
Sinn Fein protest outside the Hampstead home of Labour Party leader Michael Foot during hunger strike by H Block republican prisoners in Northern Ireland, London 1981 - Philip Wolmuth - 24-05-1981
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24-05-1981 Sinn Fein protest outside the Hampstead home of Labour Party leader Michael Foot during hunger strike by H Block republican prisoners in Northern Ireland, London 1981 © Philip Wolmuth
Sinn Fein protest outside the Hampstead home of Labour Party leader Michael Foot during hunger strike by H block republican prisoners in Northern Ireland, London 1981 - Philip Wolmuth - 24-05-1981
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24-05-1981 Sinn Fein protest outside the Hampstead home of Labour Party leader Michael Foot during hunger strike by H block republican prisoners in Northern Ireland, London 1981 © Philip Wolmuth
Rioting, The Bogside, Derry, Northern Ireland 1981. Highjacked stolen local butchers van is recovered by RUC police officers. IRA prisoner Bobby Sands had just died after a hunger strike - David Mansell - 06-05-1981
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06-05-1981 Rioting, The Bogside, Derry, Northern Ireland 1981. Highjacked stolen local butchers van is recovered by RUC police officers. IRA prisoner Bobby Sands had just died after a hunger strike © David Mansell
Protesters dressed in blankets in support of H Block hunger strikers, London - Philip Wolmuth - 07-12-1980
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07-12-1980 Protesters dressed in blankets in support of H Block hunger strikers, London © Philip Wolmuth
March from Speakers' Corner to Kilburn in support of H Block hunger strikers - Philip Wolmuth - 07-12-1980
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07-12-1980 March from Speakers' Corner to Kilburn in support of H Block hunger strikers © Philip Wolmuth
Irish Republican Socialist Party Manchester banner. Committee for Withdrawal from Ireland protest, London. - Philip Wolmuth - 15-11-1980
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15-11-1980 Irish Republican Socialist Party Manchester banner. Committee for Withdrawal from Ireland protest, London. © Philip Wolmuth
Committee for Withdrawal from Ireland protest, London. - Philip Wolmuth - 15-11-1980
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15-11-1980 Committee for Withdrawal from Ireland protest, London. © Philip Wolmuth
Tariq Ali (IMG) speaking United Troops Out Movement Smash H Block meeting, Conway Hall - Philip Wolmuth - 27-02-1980
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27-02-1980 Tariq Ali (IMG) speaking United Troops Out Movement Smash H Block meeting, Conway Hall © Philip Wolmuth
RUC policeman crouched down, gun ready, Falls Road, West Belfast, Northern Ireland 1979 - David Mansell - 04-08-1979
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04-08-1979 RUC policeman crouched down, gun ready, Falls Road, West Belfast, Northern Ireland 1979 © David Mansell
British army base in Belfast, 1976. Youths gathering outside a British army base after the Funeral of Maire Drumm, Vice pres of Sein Fein, 1976 she was shot dead in hospital by the Ulster loyalist 'Re... - Martin Mayer - 27-11-1976
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27-11-1976 British army base in Belfast, 1976. Youths gathering outside a British army base after the Funeral of Maire Drumm, Vice pres of Sein Fein, 1976 she was shot dead in hospital by the Ulster loyalist 'Re... © Martin Mayer
Funeral of Maire Drumm, Vice pres of Sein Fein, 1976 she was shot dead in hospital by the Ulster loyalist 'Red Hand Commando'. A mountain of flowers on the grave - Martin Mayer - 27-11-1976
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27-11-1976 Funeral of Maire Drumm, Vice pres of Sein Fein, 1976 she was shot dead in hospital by the Ulster loyalist 'Red Hand Commando'. A mountain of flowers on the grave © Martin Mayer
Mairead Corrigan, Women for Peace march, London 1976 - Peter Arkell - 27-11-1976
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27-11-1976 Mairead Corrigan, Women for Peace march, London 1976 © Peter Arkell
Mairead Corrigan, Women for Peace march, London 1976 - Peter Arkell - 27-11-1976
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27-11-1976 Mairead Corrigan, Women for Peace march, London 1976 © Peter Arkell
Northern Ireland Peace March and rally, Trafalgar Square, London 1976 - Peter Arkell - 27-11-1976
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27-11-1976 Northern Ireland Peace March and rally, Trafalgar Square, London 1976 © Peter Arkell
Jane Ewart Biggs speaking, Northern Ireland Peace March and rally, Trafalgar Square, London 1976 - Peter Arkell - 27-11-1976
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27-11-1976 Jane Ewart Biggs speaking, Northern Ireland Peace March and rally, Trafalgar Square, London 1976 © Peter Arkell
Northern Ireland Peace March and rally, Trafalgar Square, London 1976 - Peter Arkell - 27-11-1976
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27-11-1976 Northern Ireland Peace March and rally, Trafalgar Square, London 1976 © Peter Arkell
Funeral of Maire Drumm, Vice pres of Sein Fein, 1976 she was shot dead in hospital by the Ulster loyalist 'Red Hand Commando'. - Martin Mayer - 01-11-1976
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01-11-1976 Funeral of Maire Drumm, Vice pres of Sein Fein, 1976 she was shot dead in hospital by the Ulster loyalist 'Red Hand Commando'. © Martin Mayer
Funeral of Maire Drumm, Vice pres of Sein Fein, 1976 she was shot dead in hospital by the Ulster loyalist 'Red Hand Commando'. - Martin Mayer - 01-11-1976
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01-11-1976 Funeral of Maire Drumm, Vice pres of Sein Fein, 1976 she was shot dead in hospital by the Ulster loyalist 'Red Hand Commando'. © Martin Mayer
Bernadette Devlin speaking to a meeting London 1976 to commemorate the Bloody Sunday shootings in 1972. Northern Ireland civil rights leader - Peter Arkell - 01-02-1976
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01-02-1976 Bernadette Devlin speaking to a meeting London 1976 to commemorate the Bloody Sunday shootings in 1972. Northern Ireland civil rights leader © Peter Arkell
Demonstration at Downing Street just after the general election of May 1974 during the period when Edward Heath was trying to put together a coalition with the Liberals and the Ulster Unionists. 1974. - NLA - 07-05-1974
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07-05-1974 Demonstration at Downing Street just after the general election of May 1974 during the period when Edward Heath was trying to put together a coalition with the Liberals and the Ulster Unionists. 1974. © NLA
Bernadette Devlin in thoughtful mood during press conference at House of Commons - NLA - 07-02-1974
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07-02-1974 Bernadette Devlin in thoughtful mood during press conference at House of Commons © NLA
Bernadette Devlin in thoughtful mood during press conference at House of Commons - NLA - 07-02-1974
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07-02-1974 Bernadette Devlin in thoughtful mood during press conference at House of Commons © NLA
Bernadette Devlin interviewed - Martin Mayer - 16-11-1972
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16-11-1972 Bernadette Devlin interviewed © Martin Mayer
Bernadette Devlin interviewed - Martin Mayer - 16-11-1972
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16-11-1972 Bernadette Devlin interviewed © Martin Mayer
Bernadette Devlin interviewed - Martin Mayer - 16-11-1972
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16-11-1972 Bernadette Devlin interviewed © Martin Mayer
Bernadette Devlin interviewed - Martin Mayer - 16-11-1972
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16-11-1972 Bernadette Devlin interviewed © Martin Mayer
Bernadette Devlin interviewed - Martin Mayer - 16-11-1972
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16-11-1972 Bernadette Devlin interviewed © Martin Mayer
Bloody Sunday, Derry 1972. Flowers and Civil Rights Association banner laid in a pool of blood where one of the Derry 13 was shot dead by paratroopers during a civil rights march. - Martin Mayer - 31-01-1972
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31-01-1972 Bloody Sunday, Derry 1972. Flowers and Civil Rights Association banner laid in a pool of blood where one of the Derry 13 was shot dead by paratroopers during a civil rights march. © Martin Mayer
Bloody Sunday, Derry 1972. Flowers and Civil Rights Association banner laid in a pool of blood where one of the Derry 13 was shot dead by paratroopers during a civil rights march. - Martin Mayer - 31-01-1972
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31-01-1972 Bloody Sunday, Derry 1972. Flowers and Civil Rights Association banner laid in a pool of blood where one of the Derry 13 was shot dead by paratroopers during a civil rights march. © 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
Northern Ireland, Union Jack flag flying, Shankhill Road in Protestant and Unionist Belfast 1971 after the imposition of internment without trial - Martin Mayer - 21-08-1971
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21-08-1971 Northern Ireland, Union Jack flag flying, Shankhill Road in Protestant and Unionist Belfast 1971 after the imposition of internment without trial © Martin Mayer
Northern Ireland 1971. Soldier stopping a vehicle, Army checkpoint, Derry following the imposition of internment without trial. - Martin Mayer - 16-08-1971
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16-08-1971 Northern Ireland 1971. Soldier stopping a vehicle, Army checkpoint, Derry following the imposition of internment without trial. © Martin Mayer
Ireland 1971 Refugee camp. Beds made ready at Gormanston Camp airfield for Catholics from Belfast after sectarian violence following the imposition of internment without trial. - Martin Mayer - 16-08-1971
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16-08-1971 Ireland 1971 Refugee camp. Beds made ready at Gormanston Camp airfield for Catholics from Belfast after sectarian violence following the imposition of internment without trial. © Martin Mayer
Ireland 1971 Refugee camp at Gormanston Camp airfield. Refugee Centre for Catholics from Belfast after sectarian violence following the imposition of internment without trial. - Martin Mayer - 16-08-1971
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16-08-1971 Ireland 1971 Refugee camp at Gormanston Camp airfield. Refugee Centre for Catholics from Belfast after sectarian violence following the imposition of internment without trial. © Martin Mayer
Ireland 1971, young women preparing soup Refugee camp at Gormanston Camp airfield. Refugee Centre for Catholics from Belfast after sectarian violence following the imposition of internment without tri... - Martin Mayer - 16-08-1971
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16-08-1971 Ireland 1971, young women preparing soup Refugee camp at Gormanston Camp airfield. Refugee Centre for Catholics from Belfast after sectarian violence following the imposition of internment without tri... © Martin Mayer
Northern Ireland, 1971. Strike against internment. Boy by poster calling for strike action against internment without trial. Derry - Martin Mayer - 16-08-1971
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16-08-1971 Northern Ireland, 1971. Strike against internment. Boy by poster calling for strike action against internment without trial. Derry © Martin Mayer
Northern Ireland, British soldier patrolling the streets, Derry, 1971after the imposition of internment without trial - Martin Mayer - 13-08-1971
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13-08-1971 Northern Ireland, British soldier patrolling the streets, Derry, 1971after the imposition of internment without trial © Martin Mayer
Civil rights leader Bridget Bond, DHAC, Derry, Northern Ireland, 1971 - Martin Mayer - 13-08-1971
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13-08-1971 Civil rights leader Bridget Bond, DHAC, Derry, Northern Ireland, 1971 © Martin Mayer
Queueing for the dole in a Derry unemployment office, Northern Ireland - Martin Mayer - 13-08-1971
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13-08-1971 Queueing for the dole in a Derry unemployment office, Northern Ireland © Martin Mayer
Unemeployed men and women waiting to see an official in a Derry dole office - Martin Mayer - 13-08-1971
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13-08-1971 Unemeployed men and women waiting to see an official in a Derry dole office © Martin Mayer
Catholic man Mr James Quinn is arrested by British soldiers in the Catholic Short Strand enclave of East Belfast after he complained about the UVF wrecking houses vacated by Protestants so that Cathol... - Martin Mayer - 10-08-1971
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10-08-1971 Catholic man Mr James Quinn is arrested by British soldiers in the Catholic Short Strand enclave of East Belfast after he complained about the UVF wrecking houses vacated by Protestants so that Cathol... © Martin Mayer
House vacated by a Protestant family in the aftermath of trouble with the predominantly Catholic community in the Short Strand area, East Belfast 1971 after the imposition of internment without trial,... - Martin Mayer - 10-08-1971
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10-08-1971 House vacated by a Protestant family in the aftermath of trouble with the predominantly Catholic community in the Short Strand area, East Belfast 1971 after the imposition of internment without trial,... © Martin Mayer
House vacated by a Protestant family in the aftermath of trouble with the predominantly Catholic community in the Short Strand district, East Belfast 1971 after the imposition of internment without tr... - Martin Mayer - 10-08-1971
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10-08-1971 House vacated by a Protestant family in the aftermath of trouble with the predominantly Catholic community in the Short Strand district, East Belfast 1971 after the imposition of internment without tr... © Martin Mayer
A British soldier and an RUC officer discuss what to do as protests at internment without trial spread in the prodominantly Catholic Short Strand area of East Belfast. - Martin Mayer - 10-08-1971
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10-08-1971 A British soldier and an RUC officer discuss what to do as protests at internment without trial spread in the prodominantly Catholic Short Strand area of East Belfast. © Martin Mayer
Bernadette Devlin McAliskey, standing as an independent Socialist and Republican wins the Mid Ulster seat in the 1970 General Election at the age of 23, Ulster, Northern Ireland - NLA - 18-06-1970
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18-06-1970 Bernadette Devlin McAliskey, standing as an independent Socialist and Republican wins the Mid Ulster seat in the 1970 General Election at the age of 23, Ulster, Northern Ireland © NLA
Bernadette Devlin McAliskey, standing as an independent Socialist and Republican wins the Mid Ulster seat in the 1970 General Election at the age of 23, Ulster, Northern Ireland - NLA - 18-06-1970
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18-06-1970 Bernadette Devlin McAliskey, standing as an independent Socialist and Republican wins the Mid Ulster seat in the 1970 General Election at the age of 23, Ulster, Northern Ireland © NLA
Woman working in a weaving mill, Northern Ireland 1970 - NLA - 16-06-1970
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16-06-1970 Woman working in a weaving mill, Northern Ireland 1970 © NLA
Woman working in a weaving mill, Northern Ireland 1970 - NLA - 16-06-1970
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16-06-1970 Woman working in a weaving mill, Northern Ireland 1970 © NLA
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