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Belfast riots, August 1920
Belfast riots, August 1920
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Belfast riots, July 1920
Belfast riots, July 1920
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Grafiti Wall, Belfast, 1973
Grafiti Wall, Belfast, 1973
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Fighting in the Marrowbone area of Belfast
Fighting in the Marrowbone area of Belfast
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Barbed wire barricades in Belfast
Barbed wire barricades in Belfast
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16 Sinn Fein Members in dock - City Police Court, Manchester
16 Sinn Fein Members in dock - City Police Court, Manchester
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Followers of the Norwegian sectarian Nielsen Hauge (1771- 1824
Followers of the Norwegian sectarian Nielsen Hauge (1771- 1824
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WW1 - Ireland and Britain united in the common cause
WW1 - Ireland and Britain united in the common cause
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Enthusiast Preaching
Enthusiast Preaching
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Belfast riots, 1921
Belfast riots, 1921
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Piping band on parade, Belfast, Northern Ireland
Piping band on parade, Belfast, Northern Ireland
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People watching parade, Belfast, Northern Ireland
People watching parade, Belfast, Northern Ireland
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Grafiti Wall, Belfast, 1973 Featured Print

Grafiti Wall, Belfast, 1973

?Graf?ti Wall?, Belfast, 1973 - Oil on board, by Ralph Lillford, 1973. Associated with Northern Ireland (1969-2007). During ?the Troubles?, Belfast street walls became a place for rival sectarian graf?ti, often painted layer upon layer. A form of psychological warfare which also demonstrated control of terrain, the slogans were often directed at the British Army, exhorting them to ?go home?, or else boasted of paramilitary loyalties, such as ?Provos Rule?. Periodically the Army would drive past these walls and throw paint bombs at the slogans. The soldier wears a fragmentation vest, commonly known as a flak jacket, over DPM (disruptive pattern material) jacket and trousers. He wears his visor up on his helmet and carries an anti-riot shield. Date: 1974

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library

Girls band on parade, Belfast, Northern Ireland
Girls band on parade, Belfast, Northern Ireland
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Band and Orangemen on parade, Belfast, Northern Ireland
Band and Orangemen on parade, Belfast, Northern Ireland
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Orangemen on parade, Belfast, Northern Ireland
Orangemen on parade, Belfast, Northern Ireland
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Anti-Catholic graffiti, Belfast, Northern Ireland
Anti-Catholic graffiti, Belfast, Northern Ireland
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Apron of a Masonic Master. Textiles. FRANCE
Apron of a Masonic Master. Textiles. FRANCE
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Refugee Sikhs march toward the East Punjab
Refugee Sikhs march toward the East Punjab
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Long caravan of refugee Sikhs heading to Pakistan
Long caravan of refugee Sikhs heading to Pakistan
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Sectarian Symptoms
Sectarian Symptoms
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