IRA

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a large group of people standing on top of a lush green field next to tall buildings
a mural painted on the side of a brick building depicting a man holding his hands up to his face
A Volunteer of the Irish Republican Army on active service in the British Occupied North of Ireland, armed with an American-supplied M16 assault rifle, early 1980s Freedom Fighters, Special Forces, Irish Independence, British Army, Fighting Irish, Irish History
Playing Fantasy Troubles
A Volunteer of the Irish Republican Army on active service in the British Occupied North of Ireland, armed with an American-supplied M16 assault rifle, early 1980s
a large mural on the side of a building
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West Belfast Mural
an old black and white photo of a woman talking on the phone next to a man in a suit
A child is injured during the riots in Belfast, 1972, by Gilles Peress
soldiers helping a woman put on her boots while others watch from the side of a building
Northern Ireland Sept. 1971, Rioting in the Bogside, Londonderry where soldiers of the Anglian regiment came under attack from C Stock Photo - Alamy
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a mural painted on the side of a brick building depicting a man holding his hands up to his face
War and Remembrance of the Troubles with the Belfast Murals
black and white photograph of two people standing in front of a wall with words written on it
IRA Women. Belfast, 1972
a man walking his dog past a mural on the side of a building
IRA mural
a mural on the side of a building depicting a man in uniform and two soldiers
IRA Muammar Gaddafi mural
many people gather around a table full of bottles and jars on the ground in front of a building
a group of people standing around an old car in the middle of a parking lot
The Troubles gallery - 40 years of conflict in Northern Ireland from the Belfast Telegraph archives