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Stolen: Plaque tribute to IRA child victims Johnathan and Tim

A tribute to Jonathan Ball and Tim Parry on Bridge Street in Warrington, has been stolen Expand
Warrington IRA bomb victims Johnathan Ball (left) and Tim Parry. A memorial to the two children killed in an IRA bomb has been stolen from a town centre Expand
<b>The Belfast Telegraph Troubles Gallery</b><br/>The explosion of a bomb in the crowded central Belfast restaurant, the Abercorn, on 4th March 1972, was one of the most horrific incidents of the Northern Ireland violence. Two women were killed - 130 people injured. Expand
The explosion of a bomb in the crowded central Belfast restaurant, the Abercorn, on 4th March 1972, was one of the most horrific incidents of the Northern Ireland violence. Two women were killed - 130 people injured. Expand
The explosion of a bomb in the crowded central Belfast restaurant, the Abercorn, on 4th March 1972, was one of the most horrific incidents of the Northern Ireland violence. Two women were killed - 130 people injured. Expand
The explosion of a bomb in the crowded central Belfast restaurant, the Abercorn, on 4th March 1972, was one of the most horrific incidents of the Northern Ireland violence. Two women were killed - 130 people injured. Expand
Pictured is Jimmy Stewart, who lost both legs in the Abercorn Restaurant explosion. The explosion of a bomb in the crowded central Belfast restaurant, the Abercorn, on 4th March 1972, was one of the most horrific incidents of the Northern Ireland violence. Two women were killed - 130 people injured. Expand
A casualty of the riots in Northern Ireland in 1972 Expand
Northern Ireland murder victim Irene Andrews who was murdered by John White on the 26th June 1973. Expand
Belfast Fire Brigade Station officer McCleery, being carried from a bomb explosion, Cromac Street, circa 1971. Expand
Peter Robinson of the DUP pictured in the Israeli Border Area with AK47 rifles while on a fact finding mission to the Middle East. Pacemaker Press Intl. Dec. 1984 Expand
Funeral of Walter Moore, who was shot while in a shop at the rear of Oldpark RUC base, Oldpark Road Belfast Expand
Gordon Wilson. Irish Senator who's daughter Marie was a victim of the Ennieskillen Remembrance Day explosion in 1987. Pictured with his grandson Timothy. Expand
The funeral of Marie Wilson, killed along with 10 others in no warning explosion during a Remembrance Day Service at Enniskillen Cenotaph.  8/11/1987 Expand
William Hughes who was killed in shooting incident due to a mistake by gunmen. The car they were sitting in near Coagh, Co. Tyrone looked like a police car. In the hail of gunfire directed at the car, William Hughes died. His daughter Ann and her fiance Malachy Foye were wounded. Expand
Anglo Irish Agreement Protest Rally outside Belfast City Hall, with Unionists showing a united front. 'Ulster Says No'.  10/12/1985 Expand
The scene outside Graham's bookmakers shop, North Queen Street after a shooting where five men were injured. 29/04/1993 Expand
The scene outside Graham's bookmakers shop, North Queen Street after a shooting where five men were injured. 29/04/1993 Expand
Hugh O'Toole, owner of O'Tooles Bar (The Heights), Loughinisland, in which six men were shot dead watching the 1994 World Cup on television. Expand
Reggie and Walter Chapman: Protestant brothers brutally murdered on a lonely roadside in S. Armagh. Kingsmill Massacre/Shooting. 5/1/1976. Their Bessbrook funeral. 8/1/1976. Expand
Alan Black, a survivor of the Kingsmill, Armagh Massacre/Shooting, when he was shot with his 10 workmates in an ambush on their way home from work by gunmen.  5/1/1976 Expand
Unionist protests at visit to Belfast of Charles Haughey, former Taoiseach. Pictured are Peter Robinson, deputy leader of the DUP, intervening as Cedric Wilson is led away from the Europa. 11/4/1990. Expand
Unionist protests at visit to Belfast of Charles Haughey, former Taoiseach. Pictured Rev Ian Paisley. 11/4/1990. Expand
Mr Roddy Connolly of Bray, unveils a plaque at 420 Falls Road, Belfast, where his father, James Connolly, the 1916 leader, lived from 1907-10 while working in the north for the Irish Transport and General Workers Union. Connolly was born 100 years previous to the plague being unveiled (pictured here in 1968). The plaque was donated by  MP Mr Gerry Fitt (also pictured). Expand
Lord Gerry Fitt, founding member of SDLP and Civil Rights Organiser. Pic shows Gerry Fitt, then a republican MP, is held by police as the Civil Rights demonstrators clash with them in Duke Street, Londonderry. Pic includes nationalist leader Eddie mcAteer (centre) caught up in the struggle. 7/10/1968. Expand
Ronnie Flanagan, former RUC chief constable Expand
Richard Alan Baird (28) killed by a remote controlled bomb hidden in a parked van. The bomb was detonated when a RUC mobile patrol drove past in Bessbrook Co. Armagh.  Also killed in the blast were Paul Gray (25) , Robert Lockhast (44)  and Noel Webb (30) 17/4/1979 Expand
Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams pictured canvassing with Martin McGuinness, Alex Maskey and Danny Morrison shortly after he was shot and injured in a UDA gun attack in Belfast city centre. Expand
Scene where Michael Tighe (17) was shot dead by RUC when found with rifles in a shed in Lurgan.  24/11/1982. Expand
An army bomb disposal expert in flameproof  suit and padded body armour tackles an incendiary bomb at a clothing shop in the cetre of Belfast in 1984. Expand
Crumlin Road Jail. The scene outside as traffic on the Crumlin road is searched by the RUC following the escape. 17/11/1971 Expand
RUC Constable Michael Frederick Leslie Marshall, killed in an IRA ambush in Beleek. Forensics examine Constable Marshall's Sierra 21.10.1989 Expand
A man is taken away by troops in the Markets area, Belfast as searches followed vicious shooting battles between gunmen and army. 11/8/1971. Expand
Sir John Herman, former RUC chief constable and his bride Sylvia Expand
Ian Paisley confronts an RUC officer when refused access to Duke Street where the Civil Rights parade went on. 10/10/1988 Expand
RUC constable Victor Arbuckle who was shot during street disturbances on the Shankill Road Belfast. He was the first RUC man killed in the troubles. October 1969 Expand
Mrs Arbuckle, wife of constable Victor Arbuckle who was shot during the Shankill Road riots receives the Union Jack which covered the coffin during the funeral service at Roselawn Cemetry Expand
Miami Showband massacre... A Ford Escort which was one of the cars used by loyalist gunmen, is left abandoned near the murder scene. 31/7/1975 Expand
Miami Showband Expand
Darkley (Mountain Lodge Pentecostal Hall). The scene where three elders were shot dead by the INLA. The terrorists broke in during a church service. 20/11/1983 Expand
The children who escaped death by inches at Darkley, from left, Graham Ritchie, Helen Wilson, Nigel Wilson, Andrew Reid (standing) and Keith Ritchie, photographed the day after the INLA attack. Expand
Sir John Hermon, the former Chief Constable of the RUC at the funeral of the RUC's 100th victim of the Troubles, Constable Neill Quinn. Newry  22/6/1081 Expand
Betty Williams, former leader of the NI Peace People, pictured with Mairead Corrigan. Expand
UDA members being carried in a Land Rover along the Shankill Road.  22/05/72. Expand
A soldier recieves first aid after being injured by debris after a car bomb exploded on the Crumlin Road. 29/05/72 Expand
Riots in Belfast. Expand
UDR colleagues fire a volley of shots over the grave of Private Steven Smart, at Movilla Cemetary. Private Smart was killed along with three others after an IRA bomb blew up their Land Rover in Downpatrick. 13/04/90 Expand
Ballgawley Bus Bomb. The scene of the explosion. 20/08/88 Expand
Warrenpoint (Narrow Water Castle) where 18 soldiers were killed 27/8/1979. A grim reconstruction of the scene at narrow water, Warrenpoint. An Army helicopter flies in past a replica of the hay lorry which hid the first bomb.  31/8/1979. Expand
Lisburn Fun Run, 6 soldiers killed. All that ramains of their van after a IRA bomb explosion.  15/6/1988. Expand
Bomb blast at the Seaforde Street army post on Belfast's Newtownards Road. 17/09/1971 Expand
Bomb making lessons in the maze prison. Expand
Rose and Crown Bar. Two men were killed and 27 injured when a bomb went off in the hallway of the bar. 2nd May 1974 Expand
North Street Arcade. A bomb exploded prematurely, killing four people and injuring twenty. 13th January 1976. Expand
Ann Street. A huge bomb planted in a car had exploded causing extensive damage. 28th May 1972. Expand
Abercorn Restaurant. The explosion of a bomb in the crowded central Belfast restaurant, the Abercorn , on 4th March 1972, was one of the most horrific incidents of the Northern Ireland violence. Two women were killed - 130 people injured. Expand
Abercorn Restaurant. The explosion of a bomb in the crowded central Belfast restaurant, the Abercorn , on 4th March 1972, was one of the most horrific incidents of the Northern Ireland violence. Two women were killed - 130 people injured. Expand
Abercorn Restaurant bomb. Tom McFarlane Expand
Abercorn Restaurant bomb. Rosaleen McNern (right) who lost both legs, an arm and an eye - her sister Jennifer (left) lost both legs. Expand
Sir Edward Carson inspecting the U.V.F 1913 Expand
Glory days: Sir Edward Carson rallying the unionist faithful Expand
RUC policeman, DS John Bennison killed in booby trap car bomb in the grounds of Magee College, Londonderry.  The coffin is carried from his home at Tyler Avenue, Limavady. 23.3.1987 Expand
The funeral of DI Austin Wilson, an RUC man killed in a booby trap car bomb in the grounds of Magee College, Londonderry.  23.3.1987 Expand
THE IRA FUNERAL ON THE FALLS ROAD OF ROSE CURRY, KILLED  IN A PREMATURE BOMB EXPLOSION AT  MERRION STREET, LOWER FALLS BELFAST Expand
A child lies by a litter bin after an IRA  bomb blast in Warrington town centre 1993 Expand
Steel helmeted police at a burning barricade across Shankill Road, Belfast, littered with stones and debris after a spree of rioting. 1969 Expand
Loyalists waving a Union Jack surround  Home Secretary James Callaghan on the Shankill Road, Belfast.   28/8/1969. Expand
The body of Joseph Donegan, discovered  in an entry off Battenberg Street in Belfast's Shankill Road area, lies covered by a blanket.  25/10/1982. Expand
Harry Ward was shot dead in The Diamond Jubilee Bar, Shankill Road, Belfast October 1991. Pictured is his sister Sadie, being led away from the scene. Expand
DESMOND BOAL IS HELD ALOFT BY JUBILANT UNIONIST SUPPORTERS AT THE BELFAST CITY HALL AS THE RESULT OF THE SHANKILL BY-ELECTION IS ANNOUNCED.     17/2/1960 Expand
Troops and UDA members on joint patrol at Clon Duff Drive in Castlereagh Road area of Belfast, 1972. Expand
The funeral of RUC man William Russell, shot while investgating a burglary at the  Avoca Shopping Centre, Andersontown, Belfast Expand
Hunger striker Bobby Sands coffin, flanked by an IRA colour party, leaving his mother's home in Twinbrook. Expand
Signing Of The Anglo-Irish Agreement Nov 1985 -  Prime Minister Mrs Margaret Thatcher and Eire Premier Dr Garret Fitzgerald at Hillsborough Castle, Northern Ireland Expand
Margaret Thatcher chats to a security lady on duty at Donegall Place Belfast 28/05/1981 Expand
Margaret Thatcher chats with nurses from the military wing at Musgrave Hospital on 14/11/1975 Expand
PM Margaret Thatcher meets the troops on a one day visit to Ulster 23/12/1986 Expand
PM Margaret Thatcher meets the RUC on a one day visit to Ulster 23/12/1986 Expand
Repuiblicans dressed as police officers and one in a Margaret Thatcher mask, taking part in a republican parade in Belfast city centre. 2008 Expand
14/10/84 Debris in Prime Minister's Margaret Thatcher's Napolean suite bathroom on the first floor of the Grand Hotel, Brighton, after a bomb explosion during the Conservative Party conference. Expand
12/10/84 of the Grand Hotel, Brighton after a bomb explosion during the Conservative Party conference. Expand
12/10/84 A fireman on an extended ladder on an upper floor of the Grand Hotel, Brighton, after a bomb explosion during the Conservative Party conference. Expand
12/10/84 A fireman on an extended ladder on an upper floor of the Grand Hotel, Brighton, after a bomb explosion during the Conservative Party conference. Expand
Remains of the van in which 7 workmen were killed in an IRA landmine explosion in Teebane, Co.Tyrone. Pacemaker Press Expand
Remains of the van in which 7 workmen were killed in an IRA landmine explosion in Teebane, Co.Tyrone. 18/01/92. Pacemaker Press Expand
William Bleakes, one of the 7 workmen killed in the IRA 600lb bomb blast on the Omagh to Cookstown road at the Teebane crossing. Pacemaker Press Expand
Cecil James Caldwell, one of the 7 workmen killed in the IRA 600lb bomb blast on the Omagh to Cookstown road at the Teebane crossing. Pacemaker Press Expand
David Harkness, one of the 7 workmen killed in the IRA 600lb bomb blast on the Omagh to Cookstown road at the Teebane crossing. Pacemaker Press Expand
Nigel McKee, one of the 7 workmen killed in the IRA 600lb bomb blast on the Omagh to Cookstown road at the Teebane crossing. Pacemaker Press Expand
Robert Irons, one of the 7 workmen killed in the IRA 600lb bomb blast on the Omagh to Cookstown road at the Teebane crossing. Pacemaker Press Expand
Bobby Sands election campaign. At the Coalisland headquarters are, Noreen Campbell and Seamus McGuckin. 4/4/1981. Expand
Supporters of Fermanagh South Tyrone MP/Hunger Striker Bobby Sands. Expand
Tomboy Loudon, Gerry Roche, Denis Donaldson and Bobby Sands pictured in the Long Kesh prison, Northern Ireland. Expand
IRA prisoners' dirty protest while on hunger strike in the Maze Prison, November 1980. Expand
Hunger striker Bobby Sands funeral procession making its way down Stewartstown Road on Route to Milltown cemetery Expand
Bobby Sands funeral Expand
Masked gunmen fire a volley of shots beside hunger striker Bobby Sands coffin, at Milltown Cemetery. Expand
Hunger striker Bobby Sands' coffin, flanked by an IRA colour party, leaving his mother's home in Twinbrook. Expand
Deceased hunger striker Bobby Sands (seated fourth from left).  The Star of the Sea football team. Expand
Tom McFeely - former hunger striker Expand
Sinn Fein MLA Raymond McCartney, who spent 53 days on IRA hunger strike Expand
Francis Hughes, IRA killer and hunger striker being captures after Maze break Expand
Former hunger striker, Lawrence McKeown. Expand
Francis Hughes, IRA killer and hunger striker Expand
IRA hunger striker, Brendan McLaughlin, 29, from Greysteel, Londonderry, was moved to a hospital outside the Maze, suffering from internal bleeding. May 1981 Expand
IRA hunger striker, Paddy Quinn. Doctors were reported to be trying to save his life, after 47 days without food, on instructions from his family. June 1981 Expand
Maze hunger striker, Raymond McCartney from Londonderry. October 1980 Expand
Bobby Sands pictured on the first day of his hunger strike. Sands had just come off the blanket protest before going straight on to hunger strike. Expand
Armed soldiers behind a wall on Londonderry's Bogside. Expand
John Hume is detained by soldiers during a civil rights protest in Londonderry in August 1971. Expand
John Hume is detained by soldiers during a civil rights protest in Londonderry in August 1971. Expand
Main Street Claudy in August 1972 when three Provisional IRA car bombs exploded without warning, killing 9 local people and injuring many others. Expand
John Lennon and his wife Yoko Ono raise their fists as they join a protest in front of British Overseas Airways Corp. offices in New York on Fifth Avenue, Feb 5th 1972. The demonstrators called for the withdrawal of British troops from Northern Ireland. Expand
IRA Bomb attack on the La Mon House Hotel Expand
La Mon House Hotel Provisional IRA Bomb
Victim, Sandra Morris Expand
La Mon House Hotel Provisional IRA Bomb
Victim, Carol Mills Expand
La Mon House Hotel Provisional IRA Bomb
Victim, Christine Lockhart Expand
SDLP press conference with John Hume, Gerry Fitt, Austin Currie and Paddy Devlin.  11/09/75 Expand
Behind the barbed wire of long kesh internment camp   are SDLP  MPs(from left)Paddy Devlin, Austin Currie, John Hume and Ivan Cooper. They were visiting internees. 21/09/71 Expand
Billy Wright ,loyalist fanatic who was shot dead in the Maze Prison, was leader of the renegade Loyalist Volunteer Force Expand
Ulster Vanguard Movement: Ulster Vanguard Association Rally at Stormont. 29/03/72 Expand
William Craig:Leader of the Vanguard Unionist Progressive party. Expand
Ulster Vanguard Movement: A section of the crowd at the Vanguard Association Rally at Ormeau Park.  18/03/72 Expand
Ulster Defence Association/U.D.A: 1972.  Delegates at the talks between Vanguard, Ulster Defence Association and the Loyalist Association of Workers. Expand
Ulster Vanguard Movement:September 1972. Expand
<strong>August 2005</strong><br/> Lord Fitt, (then Gerry), standing forelornly in the burnt out remains of his home on the Antrim Road in Belfast. He had just flown in from London to see the damage caused by a rampaging republican mob from the nearby New Lodge Road area. He was elevated to the House of Lords shortly after this incident. He likened the mob to the 'Waffen SS' youth movement in Nazi Germany. <br/>Photograph: Justin Kernoghan Expand
Fire crews tackling a blaze in Queen Street, Belfast in 1977. The fire was caused by a bomb. Photograph by Bobby Ingram. Expand
Belfast's Milltown Cemetery comes under attack by UDA man Michael Stone, during the funerals of three Provisional IRA members. Picture by Bobby Ingram Expand
The Last Gunman by Brendan Murphy, July 1997. An IRA man on the Lower Ormeau area fires at a police roadblock on the bridge across the River Lagan. Within weeks, the IRA declared its second ceasefire. Expand
Fred Hoare captures a confrontation between police and republicans in Belfast Expand
A man lies injured on the ground after being caught in a bomb explosion in Donegall Street, Belfast. Picture by Fred Hoare Expand
A bomb explodes in a stationary shop in Royal Avenue, Belfast Picture by Fred Hoare Expand
April 1984 Man is searched by the British Army on Belfast's Falls Road as people go about their businness, hardly seeming to register that this was happening. Picture by Brendan Murphy Expand
Newly elected DUP MP Peter Robinson and his wife Iris.   4/5/1979 Expand
Peter Robinson about to invade the small village of Clontibret, Co Monaghan, in 1986. Expand
Gerry Adams and Brendan Hughes in Long Kesh Expand
Martin McGuinness  in Derry's Bogside at a  press conference. 1971 Expand
Members of the UDA provide an escort at the funeral of 30 year old John Lunnen Brown, a UDA volunteer, of Blackmountain Park, Springmartin.  01/07/72. Expand
Northern Ireland Troubles Gallery: Mrs Mary Meehan who was shot by the army in Cape Street, 23rd october 1971. Family photo. Expand
Northern Ireland Troubles Gallery: Scots Guardsman, Paul Nicholls, from Caithness, killed by an IRA sniper on the Falls Road, Belfast. 1971 Expand
Scene of the IRA bomb and shooting attack  at Loughall Police Station which resulted in 8 IRA and 1 Civilian being killed. Expand
Supporters of the UDA preparing  food to be used by UDA members in the Shankill Road area.  02/07/72 Expand
MOURNERS CARRYING HURLING STICKS HEAD THE FUNERAL PROCESSION   OF JOHN JOSEPH KAVANAGH, FOUND SHOT DEAD IN THE RIVER BLACKSTAFF. 27.01.1971. Expand
A UDA checkpoint barrier at Moat Road.  08/06/72 Expand
UDA on the streets of Londonderry.  30/09/72 Expand
Sinn Fein MLA Raymond McCartney, who spent 53 days on IRA hunger strike. Expand
Some of the 24 Ulsterbuses which were burnt out after an IRA attack on the depot in Armagh.    28/4/1982. Expand
Mourners panicking at Milltown Cemetery, Belfast, after a gun and bomb attack by Michael Stone which left three people dead and four seriously injured during the funerals of three IRA membes shot dead in Gibraltar.  1988 Expand
Joan Travers and her daughter Ann at the funeral of  her other daughter, Mary, shot dead by IRA gunmen in Windsor Avenue, Belfast. while walking home from Mass with her father Judge Tom Travers. 1984 Expand
Ian Paisley at the scene of the IRA motar attack on Newry Police Station.  which killed 9 officers.  28/2/1985. Expand
President of Sinn Fein Gerry Adams and Martin McGuinness  at the funeral of Patrick Kelly . 1987 Expand
Martin Meehan (centre) with Gerry Adams at a funeral in Belfast in 1971 of a Belfast IRA commander. Expand
UDA men line up for inspection at Bloomfield before the march.  30/09/72 Expand
Reverend Martin Smyth and Billy Hull with UDA leaders.  1972 Expand
The Shankill Road member.  1972 Expand
A man is frisked by masked members of the UDA at a barricade on the Lisburn Road end of Sandy Row.  1972 Expand
Belfast, Bloody Friday, 21 July, 1972, the IRA set off 26 explosions in Belfast, which killed 11 people and injured 130. 7 people were killed in Oxford Street bus station and 4 at a shopping centre on the Cavehill Road. Expand
Riots in Belfast, 1969 Expand
A man talks to soldiers over the barricade, in Divis Street, Belfast. 16/8/1969 Expand
Respects are paid to the victims of Bloody Friday, Oxford Street, Belfast Expand
Rioting in Belfast, 1962 Expand
A family flee their home during rioting in Belfast 1969 Expand
Belfast 1969 Expand
British soldiers patrol Belfast in 1969 Expand
Belfast City Hall bombed. 23/5/1994. Expand
UDA barricades off Ainsworth Avenue.  04/07/72 Expand
In disguise. Ulster Workers Council Strike: 1974 Expand
Farmers from the North Down area form a barricade of tractors across the Belfast-Saintfield Road at Carryduff. Ulster Workers Council Strike 23/05/74 Expand
Labour exchange in Great Patrick Street. The queue for unemployment benefit is the biggest seen for a long time. Ulster Workers Council Strike 22/05/74 Expand
Faces in the crowd during the Ulster Workers Council Strike. 05/06/74 Expand
Newtownards Road Hi-jack. Ulster Workers Council Strike 16/05/04 Expand
Farmers celebrations in Hillsborough. Ulster Workers Council Strike  01/06/74 Expand
Another blockade during the U.W.C strike. May 1974 Expand
Soldiers posted near a petrol station. Ulster Workers Council Strike 1974. Expand
A convoy travels along the road during the U.W.C strike. 1974 Expand
A man holds a chick by the foot, during the U.W.C strike. 24/05/74 Expand
Soldiers checking cars entering the harbour estate in Belfast after they had taken over the petrol and oil facilities. Ulster Workers Council Strike 27/05/74 Expand
Army generators move along the Sydenham By-Pass. Ulster Workers Council Strike 23/05/74 Expand
Young Farmers from the North Down area in a convoy of vehicles in support of the U.W.C strike. 1974 Expand
A soldier on guard at the Ulster Garages premises during the U.W.C strike. 1974 Expand
A U.W.C truck containing a coffin proclaiming the death of the Sunningdale agreement. Ulster Workers Council Strike 1974 Expand
Platform party at U.W.C Rally at Stormont. Ulster Workers Council Strike 05/06/74 Expand
Soldiers stand guard as a Ministry of Commerce worker serves petrol at one of the Belfast City centre filling stations. Only essential users were being supplied. Ulster Workers Council Strike May 1974 Expand
People gathered outside a convenience store. Ulster Workers Council Strike 1974 Expand
One of the first trade unionists to get through the picket line at Queen's Quay was the AFU district secretary Jimmy Graham (centre). Ulster Workers Council Strike 1974 Expand
Cars queued up waiting to enter the harbour estate at Queens, Belfast, when the Army set up check points at the entrances after taking over the petrol and oil facilities. Ulster Workers Council Strike 27/05/74 Expand
Ulster Workers Council Strike 23/05/74 Expand
News on the Shankill-the UWC notice board on the Shankill Road recieved a lot of attention from passersby. Ulster Workers Council Strike Expand
Farmers protest march to Stormont. Ulster Workers Council Strike, May 1974 Expand
Ulster Workers Council Strike. May 1974 Expand
Ulster Workers Council Strike. 28/5/1974 Expand
Ulster Workers Council Strike. May 1974 Expand
Crowds at Stormont during the Ulster Worker's Council strike. 28/05/74 Expand
Crowds during the Ulster Worker's Council strike. 28/05/74 Expand
Orangemen On The Garvaghy Road, July 2000 Expand
RUC: Police officers at the 12th parades at Portadown 1985. Expand
Portadown March at Drumcree bridge July 2002 Portadown District Orangemen parade down to the barrier at Drumcree before trouble flared Expand
Drumcree, Northern Ireland. A makeshift road block on main road into Portadown town centre Expand
An injured woman is led away, Drumcree July 1997 Expand
A petrol bomber on the Garvaghy Road Expand
Orangemen go no further as they reach the barrier at Drumcreee preventing them from marching on the Garvaghy Rd. Expand
Tempers flare as Orangemen are blocked from walking the Garvaghy Rd, Drumcree, July 2000 Expand
Orangemen at Drumcree Expand
Drumcree July 2000 Expand
Drumcree - July 6th 2002. Soldiers erect a security fence at Drumcree Church in Portadown. Expand
PSNI riot team firing plastic bullets Expand
Drumcree Orange Parade At Portadown July 1998. Portadown Grand Master Harold Gracey gives a speech to the crowds outside Drumcree Church of Ireland. Expand
Orange Order: Drumcree, Portadown Expand
GARVAGHY RD JULY 1996. POLICE OFFICERS REMOVE PROTESTING NATIONALISTS FROM GARVAGHY RD. Expand
GARVAGHY RD JULY 1996. POLICE OFFICERS REMOVE PROTESTING NATIONALISTS FROM GARVAGHY RD. Expand
DAVID TRIMBLE MAKES HIS WAY TO GREET THE PORTADOWN ORANGEMEN AFTER THEY MARCHED DOWN GARVAGHY RD 1996. Expand
4/7/03 Garvaghy road residents spokesman Brendan MacCoinnaith pictured in Portadown. Expand
Drumcree Orange Order Demonstration Scarfs drapped around the Road Sign of Drumcree near Portadown Expand
Nationalist protesters walk to Garvaghy Road July 1997. Residents Coalition in Drumcree Portadown to voice their anger at Loyalist Parades through their area Expand
Nationalist Protest March At Garvaghy Road March 1998. Brid Rodgers and Brendan McKenna in attendance at Garvaghy Road demonstration, Portadown Expand
Northern Ireland Troubles gallery.....Nationalist Protest March At Garvaghy Road March 1998. Security Forces kept a Loyalist counter demonstration at a safe distance from Nationalist marchers near Oben Street, Portadown Expand
Nationalist Protest March At Garvaghy Road March 1998. A young Loyalist waves the Union Jack at Royal Ulster Constabulary police in riot gear, from the Loyalist side of the town of Portadown, Northern Ireland, as a nationalist-republican protest march,  passed by peacefully down the Nationalist Garvaghy road. Expand
STAND-OFF BETWEEN PSNI AND ORANGEMEN. Expand
Disturbances On Garvaghy Road Portadown May 1998. Rioters hurl stones at RUC riot police on the Garvaghy Road, Portadown, Northern Ireland, during disturbances following an Orange parade in the area. Expand
An RUC officer fires plastic bullets at rioting nationalists on the Garvaghy Road Expand
Garvaghy Road Residents Meet With David Trimble May 99. Brendan McKenna arrives at Craigavon Civic Centre to meet the First Minister David Trimble in an effort to solve the Drumcree stand off. Expand
RIR Support The Orangemen At Drumcree January 2000. Members of the Royal Irish Regiment with a flag supporting Orangemen in Drumcree. Expand
Army Prepare For Drumcree July 2001 Expand
In March 1988 two corporals, Derek Wood and David Howes, were stripped, beaten and shot dead, after driving into the path of a republican funeral in Belfast. Expand
In March 1988 two corporals, Derek Wood and David Howes, were stripped, beaten and shot dead, after driving into the path of a republican funeral in Belfast. Expand
In March 1988 two corporals, Derek Wood and David Howes, were stripped, beaten and shot dead, after driving into the path of a republican funeral in Belfast. Expand
In March 1988 two corporals, Derek Wood and David Howes, were stripped, beaten and shot dead, after driving into the path of a republican funeral in Belfast. Expand
In March 1988 two corporals, Derek Wood and David Howes, were stripped, beaten and shot dead, after driving into the path of a republican funeral in Belfast. Expand
O'Tooles Bar (The Heights), in the quiet Co Down village of Loughinisland where UVF gunmen burst in opened fire, during a World Cup match on June 18, 1994. Expand
O'Tooles Bar (The Heights) in the Co. Down village of Loughinisland. Six men were shot dead by two UVF gunmen, while they were watching the 1994 World Cup on television. Expand
Riots. Belfast. Riot Victim.  9/8/1971 Expand
Police move a line of women demonstrators from the path of the trade unionists 'Back to Work' march to Castlereagh Industrial Estate in Belfast.  23/5/1974 Expand
Peoples Democrary demonstration in Enniskillen Expand
Unknown IRA funeral.  16/3/1988 Expand
After their night of terror the residents of Belfast's Manor Street clear up the glass, bricks and debris.  12/6/1972 Expand
Its four o'clock this morning, and women and children of the New Lodge Road area of Belfast turn out for their bin lid banging protest on the first anniversaryof internment.  9/8/1972 Expand
A woman, her face swollen atfer a confrontation with Paratroopers outside Tennant Street RUC Station is carrieed away. Members of the Loyalist Women's Action Committee had been holding a protest.  8/9/1972 Expand
Riots. Belfast Shankill Road.  A woman hads out tea and biscuits to the troops.  27/9/1970 Expand
After the blast - injured and shocked, a woman lies helpless on the pavement after the Donegal Street bomb blast, as people rush to give medical assistance.  20/3/1972 Expand
Female victim of the Abercorn Restaurant explosion.  4/3/1972 Expand
Councillor JW Kennedy, MO, chairman of the Corporations estates and markets committee, meets a deputation of housewives who protested at the City Hall against a plague of rate which are terrorosong tenants at Orangefield Bungalows, of the Castlereagh Road.  22/2/1966 Expand
Families from the New Barnsley Estate prepare to leave the Grosvenor Hall were they sought shelter during the riots.  29/6/1970 Expand
The sound of automatic fire rings out as an Army Scout car drives down Monagh Road. For one woman the terror brings an instant reaction - fear stricken, she clutches the ground for safety.  17/5/1972 Expand
Riots. Belfast.  9/8/1972 Expand
Riots. Belfast.  23/11/1974 Expand
Many hands make light work of removing a barricade at Lemom Street, in the Falls Road area of Belfast as a coldier stands guard. Expand
The body of catholic man lies in an entry off the Shankill Road in West Belfast after being murdered by members of the Shankill butchers. 25/10/82. Pacemaker Press Expand
Con Neeson who was killed by the Shankill butchers in the late 70's. Pacemaker Press Expand
William Moore aka Shankill Butcher gang member. Pacemaker Press Expand
Shankill Butcher Edward McIlwaine. Pacemaker Press Expand
Robert "Basher" Bates: Shankill butcher Expand
Shankill Butcher Lenny Murphy Expand
A man with slashed wrists after an attack by the Shankill Butchers. Pacemaker Press Expand
Some of the knives used by the Shankill Butchers in their attacks. Pacemaker Press Expand
Bloody Friday 1972 Expand
The IRA set off 26 explosions in Belfast, which killed 11 people and injured 130. 7 people were killed in Oxford Street bus station and 4 at a shopping centre on the Cavehill Road. 1972 Expand
EXPLOSIONS: BELFAST: BLOODY FRIDAY. 21ST JULY 1972. The IRA set off 26 explosions in Belfast, which killed 11 people and injured 130. 7 people were killed in Oxford Street bus station and 4 at a shopping centre on the Cavehill Road. Expand
The IRA set off 26 explosions in Belfast, which killed 11 people and injured 130. 7 people were killed in Oxford Street bus station and 4 at a shopping centre on the Cavehill Road. Expand
.The IRA set off 26 explosions in Belfast, which killed 11 people and injured 130. 7 people were killed in Oxford Street bus station and 4 at a shopping centre on the Cavehill Road. 1972 Expand
Bloody Friday 1972 Expand
Bloody Friday victim. 1972 Expand
Bloody Friday. 1972 Expand
<b>Images from the Belfast Telegraph's Troubles Gallery<b/>The murder of lawyer Pat Finucane by loyalists. 1989 Expand
Funeral of  lawyer Pat Finucane, murdered  by loyalists. 1989. Pacemaker Expand
As the Queen was visiting Belfast city centre in 1977, soldiers came under attack a few hundred yards away in the republican Falls Road area. An army captain was seperated from his unit and was being heavily stoned and kicked when a 'snatch squad' of his troops rushed the crowd to rescue him from the mob. Expand
The ruins of McGurks Bar. Dec 1971 Expand
Kathleen Feeney, 14,  who was shot dead by an IRA gunman in Londonderry in a failed ambush on British troops. November 1973 Expand
Funeral courtege of Kathleen Feeney, 14,  who was shot dead by an IRA gunman in Londonderry in a failed ambush on British troops. November 1973 Expand
Police and rioters clash in Londonderry after an Apprentice Boys march, 1969. Expand
Martin McGuinness, Sinn Fein, pictured leaving court in Belfast after charges against him involving IRA membership were dropped 1976. Expand
Belfast IRA men with a drogue bomb in 1987 Expand
Royal Highland Fusilier, Robert Thompson from Hamilton, Scotland who was killed in Northern Ireland. July 27 1980 Expand
People's Democracy group organised a four-day march from Belfast to Londonderry, starting on 1/1/69. The most serious incident was near Burntollet Bridge in County Londonderry, when marchers were ambushed by some 200 loyalists. Expand
First protest march to Belfast city centre. A crowd pictured at a meeting with Ian Paisley at Shaftesbury Square, Belfast.  9/10/1968. Expand
People's Democracy group organised a four-day march from Belfast to Londonderry, starting on 1/1/69. The most serious incident was near Burntollet Bridge in County Londonderry, when marchers were ambushed by some 200 loyalists. Expand
People's Democracy group organised a four-day march from Belfast to Londonderry, starting on 1/1/69. The most serious incident was near Burntollet Bridge in County Londonderry, when marchers were ambushed by some 200 loyalists. Expand
The first Civil Rights (Northern Ireland Civil Rights Association) from Coalisland to Dungannon, held on 24/8/1968. Pictured is a member of the official party leading the civil rights marchers, appealing to the crowd, and requesting that there should be no violence during the march in Dungannon. Expand
People's Democracy group organised a four-day march from Belfast to Londonderry, starting on 1/1/69. The most serious incident was near Burntollet Bridge in County Londonderry, when marchers were ambushed by some 200 loyalists. Expand
First protest march to Belfast city centre. A crowd of students pictured at a meeting with Ian Paisley near Belfast City Hall. Pictured is Ciaran McKeown(with beard).  9/10/1968. Expand
People's Democracy group organised a four-day march from Belfast to Londonderry, starting on 1/1/69. The most serious incident was near Burntollet Bridge in County Londonderry, when marchers were ambushed by some 200 loyalists. Expand
People's Democracy group organised a four-day march from Belfast to Londonderry, starting on 1/1/69. The most serious incident was near Burntollet Bridge in County Londonderry, when marchers were ambushed by some 200 loyalists. Expand
People's Democracy group organised a four-day march from Belfast to Londonderry, starting on 1/1/69. The most serious incident was near Burntollet Bridge in County Londonderry, when marchers were ambushed by some 200 loyalists. Expand
People's Democracy group organised a four-day march from Belfast to Londonderry, starting on 1/1/69. The most serious incident was near Burntollet Bridge in County Londonderry, when marchers were ambushed by some 200 loyalists. Expand
Banned Derry Civil Rights march broken up by RUC batons in presence of Gerry Fitt MP, three British Labour MPs and television crew. Two nights of rioting ensued. 5/10/1968. Expand
People's Democracy group organised a four-day march from Belfast to Londonderry, starting on 1/1/69. The most serious incident was near Burntollet Bridge in County Londonderry, when marchers were ambushed by some 200 loyalists. Expand
Civil rights marchers are confronted by a strong force of polive in Duke Street.   October 1968 Expand
People's Democracy group organised a four-day march from Belfast to Londonderry, starting on 1/1/69. The most serious incident was near Burntollet Bridge in County Londonderry, when marchers were ambushed by some 200 loyalists. Expand
Banned Derry Civil Rights march broken up by RUC batons in presence of Gerry Fitt MP, three British Labour MPs and television crew. Two nights of rioting ensued. 5/10/1968. Expand

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A tribute to Jonathan Ball and Tim Parry on Bridge Street in Warrington, has been stolen

A tribute to Jonathan Ball and Tim Parry on Bridge Street in Warrington, has been stolen

Warrington IRA bomb victims Johnathan Ball (left) and Tim Parry. A memorial to the two children killed in an IRA bomb has been stolen from a town centre

Warrington IRA bomb victims Johnathan Ball (left) and Tim Parry. A memorial to the two children killed in an IRA bomb has been stolen from a town centre

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<b>The Belfast Telegraph Troubles Gallery</b><br/>The explosion of a bomb in the crowded central Belfast restaurant, the Abercorn, on 4th March 1972, was one of the most horrific incidents of the Northern Ireland violence. Two women were killed - 130 people injured.

<b>The Belfast Telegraph Troubles Gallery</b><br/>The explosion of a bomb in the crowded central Belfast restaurant, the Abercorn, on 4th March 1972, was one of the most horrific incidents of the Northern Ireland violence. Two women were killed - 130 people injured.

The explosion of a bomb in the crowded central Belfast restaurant, the Abercorn, on 4th March 1972, was one of the most horrific incidents of the Northern Ireland violence. Two women were killed - 130 people injured.

The explosion of a bomb in the crowded central Belfast restaurant, the Abercorn, on 4th March 1972, was one of the most horrific incidents of the Northern Ireland violence. Two women were killed - 130 people injured.

The explosion of a bomb in the crowded central Belfast restaurant, the Abercorn, on 4th March 1972, was one of the most horrific incidents of the Northern Ireland violence. Two women were killed - 130 people injured.

The explosion of a bomb in the crowded central Belfast restaurant, the Abercorn, on 4th March 1972, was one of the most horrific incidents of the Northern Ireland violence. Two women were killed - 130 people injured.

The explosion of a bomb in the crowded central Belfast restaurant, the Abercorn, on 4th March 1972, was one of the most horrific incidents of the Northern Ireland violence. Two women were killed - 130 people injured.

The explosion of a bomb in the crowded central Belfast restaurant, the Abercorn, on 4th March 1972, was one of the most horrific incidents of the Northern Ireland violence. Two women were killed - 130 people injured.

Pictured is Jimmy Stewart, who lost both legs in the Abercorn Restaurant explosion. The explosion of a bomb in the crowded central Belfast restaurant, the Abercorn, on 4th March 1972, was one of the most horrific incidents of the Northern Ireland violence. Two women were killed - 130 people injured.

Pictured is Jimmy Stewart, who lost both legs in the Abercorn Restaurant explosion. The explosion of a bomb in the crowded central Belfast restaurant, the Abercorn, on 4th March 1972, was one of the most horrific incidents of the Northern Ireland violence. Two women were killed - 130 people injured.

A casualty of the riots in Northern Ireland in 1972

A casualty of the riots in Northern Ireland in 1972

Northern Ireland murder victim Irene Andrews who was murdered by John White on the 26th June 1973.

Northern Ireland murder victim Irene Andrews who was murdered by John White on the 26th June 1973.

Belfast Fire Brigade Station officer McCleery, being carried from a bomb explosion, Cromac Street, circa 1971.

Belfast Fire Brigade Station officer McCleery, being carried from a bomb explosion, Cromac Street, circa 1971.

Peter Robinson of the DUP pictured in the Israeli Border Area with AK47 rifles while on a fact finding mission to the Middle East. Pacemaker Press Intl. Dec. 1984

Peter Robinson of the DUP pictured in the Israeli Border Area with AK47 rifles while on a fact finding mission to the Middle East. Pacemaker Press Intl. Dec. 1984

Funeral of Walter Moore, who was shot while in a shop at the rear of Oldpark RUC base, Oldpark Road Belfast

Funeral of Walter Moore, who was shot while in a shop at the rear of Oldpark RUC base, Oldpark Road Belfast

Gordon Wilson. Irish Senator who's daughter Marie was a victim of the Ennieskillen Remembrance Day explosion in 1987. Pictured with his grandson Timothy.

Gordon Wilson. Irish Senator who's daughter Marie was a victim of the Ennieskillen Remembrance Day explosion in 1987. Pictured with his grandson Timothy.

The funeral of Marie Wilson, killed along with 10 others in no warning explosion during a Remembrance Day Service at Enniskillen Cenotaph.  8/11/1987

The funeral of Marie Wilson, killed along with 10 others in no warning explosion during a Remembrance Day Service at Enniskillen Cenotaph. 8/11/1987

William Hughes who was killed in shooting incident due to a mistake by gunmen. The car they were sitting in near Coagh, Co. Tyrone looked like a police car. In the hail of gunfire directed at the car, William Hughes died. His daughter Ann and her fiance Malachy Foye were wounded.

William Hughes who was killed in shooting incident due to a mistake by gunmen. The car they were sitting in near Coagh, Co. Tyrone looked like a police car. In the hail of gunfire directed at the car, William Hughes died. His daughter Ann and her fiance Malachy Foye were wounded.

Anglo Irish Agreement Protest Rally outside Belfast City Hall, with Unionists showing a united front. 'Ulster Says No'.  10/12/1985

Anglo Irish Agreement Protest Rally outside Belfast City Hall, with Unionists showing a united front. 'Ulster Says No'. 10/12/1985

The scene outside Graham's bookmakers shop, North Queen Street after a shooting where five men were injured. 29/04/1993

The scene outside Graham's bookmakers shop, North Queen Street after a shooting where five men were injured. 29/04/1993

The scene outside Graham's bookmakers shop, North Queen Street after a shooting where five men were injured. 29/04/1993

The scene outside Graham's bookmakers shop, North Queen Street after a shooting where five men were injured. 29/04/1993

Hugh O'Toole, owner of O'Tooles Bar (The Heights), Loughinisland, in which six men were shot dead watching the 1994 World Cup on television.

Hugh O'Toole, owner of O'Tooles Bar (The Heights), Loughinisland, in which six men were shot dead watching the 1994 World Cup on television.

Reggie and Walter Chapman: Protestant brothers brutally murdered on a lonely roadside in S. Armagh. Kingsmill Massacre/Shooting. 5/1/1976. Their Bessbrook funeral. 8/1/1976.

Reggie and Walter Chapman: Protestant brothers brutally murdered on a lonely roadside in S. Armagh. Kingsmill Massacre/Shooting. 5/1/1976. Their Bessbrook funeral. 8/1/1976.

Alan Black, a survivor of the Kingsmill, Armagh Massacre/Shooting, when he was shot with his 10 workmates in an ambush on their way home from work by gunmen.  5/1/1976

Alan Black, a survivor of the Kingsmill, Armagh Massacre/Shooting, when he was shot with his 10 workmates in an ambush on their way home from work by gunmen. 5/1/1976

Unionist protests at visit to Belfast of Charles Haughey, former Taoiseach. Pictured are Peter Robinson, deputy leader of the DUP, intervening as Cedric Wilson is led away from the Europa. 11/4/1990.

Unionist protests at visit to Belfast of Charles Haughey, former Taoiseach. Pictured are Peter Robinson, deputy leader of the DUP, intervening as Cedric Wilson is led away from the Europa. 11/4/1990.

Unionist protests at visit to Belfast of Charles Haughey, former Taoiseach. Pictured Rev Ian Paisley. 11/4/1990.

Unionist protests at visit to Belfast of Charles Haughey, former Taoiseach. Pictured Rev Ian Paisley. 11/4/1990.

Mr Roddy Connolly of Bray, unveils a plaque at 420 Falls Road, Belfast, where his father, James Connolly, the 1916 leader, lived from 1907-10 while working in the north for the Irish Transport and General Workers Union. Connolly was born 100 years previous to the plague being unveiled (pictured here in 1968). The plaque was donated by  MP Mr Gerry Fitt (also pictured).

Mr Roddy Connolly of Bray, unveils a plaque at 420 Falls Road, Belfast, where his father, James Connolly, the 1916 leader, lived from 1907-10 while working in the north for the Irish Transport and General Workers Union. Connolly was born 100 years previous to the plague being unveiled (pictured here in 1968). The plaque was donated by MP Mr Gerry Fitt (also pictured).

Lord Gerry Fitt, founding member of SDLP and Civil Rights Organiser. Pic shows Gerry Fitt, then a republican MP, is held by police as the Civil Rights demonstrators clash with them in Duke Street, Londonderry. Pic includes nationalist leader Eddie mcAteer (centre) caught up in the struggle. 7/10/1968.

Lord Gerry Fitt, founding member of SDLP and Civil Rights Organiser. Pic shows Gerry Fitt, then a republican MP, is held by police as the Civil Rights demonstrators clash with them in Duke Street, Londonderry. Pic includes nationalist leader Eddie mcAteer (centre) caught up in the struggle. 7/10/1968.

Ronnie Flanagan, former RUC chief constable

Ronnie Flanagan, former RUC chief constable

Richard Alan Baird (28) killed by a remote controlled bomb hidden in a parked van. The bomb was detonated when a RUC mobile patrol drove past in Bessbrook Co. Armagh.  Also killed in the blast were Paul Gray (25) , Robert Lockhast (44)  and Noel Webb (30) 17/4/1979

Richard Alan Baird (28) killed by a remote controlled bomb hidden in a parked van. The bomb was detonated when a RUC mobile patrol drove past in Bessbrook Co. Armagh. Also killed in the blast were Paul Gray (25) , Robert Lockhast (44) and Noel Webb (30) 17/4/1979

Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams pictured canvassing with Martin McGuinness, Alex Maskey and Danny Morrison shortly after he was shot and injured in a UDA gun attack in Belfast city centre.

Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams pictured canvassing with Martin McGuinness, Alex Maskey and Danny Morrison shortly after he was shot and injured in a UDA gun attack in Belfast city centre.

Scene where Michael Tighe (17) was shot dead by RUC when found with rifles in a shed in Lurgan.  24/11/1982.

Scene where Michael Tighe (17) was shot dead by RUC when found with rifles in a shed in Lurgan. 24/11/1982.

An army bomb disposal expert in flameproof  suit and padded body armour tackles an incendiary bomb at a clothing shop in the cetre of Belfast in 1984.

An army bomb disposal expert in flameproof suit and padded body armour tackles an incendiary bomb at a clothing shop in the cetre of Belfast in 1984.

Crumlin Road Jail. The scene outside as traffic on the Crumlin road is searched by the RUC following the escape. 17/11/1971

Crumlin Road Jail. The scene outside as traffic on the Crumlin road is searched by the RUC following the escape. 17/11/1971

RUC Constable Michael Frederick Leslie Marshall, killed in an IRA ambush in Beleek. Forensics examine Constable Marshall's Sierra 21.10.1989

RUC Constable Michael Frederick Leslie Marshall, killed in an IRA ambush in Beleek. Forensics examine Constable Marshall's Sierra 21.10.1989

A man is taken away by troops in the Markets area, Belfast as searches followed vicious shooting battles between gunmen and army. 11/8/1971.

A man is taken away by troops in the Markets area, Belfast as searches followed vicious shooting battles between gunmen and army. 11/8/1971.

Sir John Herman, former RUC chief constable and his bride Sylvia

Sir John Herman, former RUC chief constable and his bride Sylvia

Ian Paisley confronts an RUC officer when refused access to Duke Street where the Civil Rights parade went on. 10/10/1988

Ian Paisley confronts an RUC officer when refused access to Duke Street where the Civil Rights parade went on. 10/10/1988

RUC constable Victor Arbuckle who was shot during street disturbances on the Shankill Road Belfast. He was the first RUC man killed in the troubles. October 1969

RUC constable Victor Arbuckle who was shot during street disturbances on the Shankill Road Belfast. He was the first RUC man killed in the troubles. October 1969

Mrs Arbuckle, wife of constable Victor Arbuckle who was shot during the Shankill Road riots receives the Union Jack which covered the coffin during the funeral service at Roselawn Cemetry

Mrs Arbuckle, wife of constable Victor Arbuckle who was shot during the Shankill Road riots receives the Union Jack which covered the coffin during the funeral service at Roselawn Cemetry

Miami Showband massacre... A Ford Escort which was one of the cars used by loyalist gunmen, is left abandoned near the murder scene. 31/7/1975

Miami Showband massacre... A Ford Escort which was one of the cars used by loyalist gunmen, is left abandoned near the murder scene. 31/7/1975

Miami Showband

Miami Showband

Darkley (Mountain Lodge Pentecostal Hall). The scene where three elders were shot dead by the INLA. The terrorists broke in during a church service. 20/11/1983

Darkley (Mountain Lodge Pentecostal Hall). The scene where three elders were shot dead by the INLA. The terrorists broke in during a church service. 20/11/1983

The children who escaped death by inches at Darkley, from left, Graham Ritchie, Helen Wilson, Nigel Wilson, Andrew Reid (standing) and Keith Ritchie, photographed the day after the INLA attack.

The children who escaped death by inches at Darkley, from left, Graham Ritchie, Helen Wilson, Nigel Wilson, Andrew Reid (standing) and Keith Ritchie, photographed the day after the INLA attack.

Sir John Hermon, the former Chief Constable of the RUC at the funeral of the RUC's 100th victim of the Troubles, Constable Neill Quinn. Newry  22/6/1081

Sir John Hermon, the former Chief Constable of the RUC at the funeral of the RUC's 100th victim of the Troubles, Constable Neill Quinn. Newry 22/6/1081

Betty Williams, former leader of the NI Peace People, pictured with Mairead Corrigan.

Betty Williams, former leader of the NI Peace People, pictured with Mairead Corrigan.

UDA members being carried in a Land Rover along the Shankill Road.  22/05/72.

UDA members being carried in a Land Rover along the Shankill Road. 22/05/72.

A soldier recieves first aid after being injured by debris after a car bomb exploded on the Crumlin Road. 29/05/72

A soldier recieves first aid after being injured by debris after a car bomb exploded on the Crumlin Road. 29/05/72

Riots in Belfast.

Riots in Belfast.

UDR colleagues fire a volley of shots over the grave of Private Steven Smart, at Movilla Cemetary. Private Smart was killed along with three others after an IRA bomb blew up their Land Rover in Downpatrick. 13/04/90

UDR colleagues fire a volley of shots over the grave of Private Steven Smart, at Movilla Cemetary. Private Smart was killed along with three others after an IRA bomb blew up their Land Rover in Downpatrick. 13/04/90

Ballgawley Bus Bomb. The scene of the explosion. 20/08/88

Ballgawley Bus Bomb. The scene of the explosion. 20/08/88

Warrenpoint (Narrow Water Castle) where 18 soldiers were killed 27/8/1979. A grim reconstruction of the scene at narrow water, Warrenpoint. An Army helicopter flies in past a replica of the hay lorry which hid the first bomb.  31/8/1979.

Warrenpoint (Narrow Water Castle) where 18 soldiers were killed 27/8/1979. A grim reconstruction of the scene at narrow water, Warrenpoint. An Army helicopter flies in past a replica of the hay lorry which hid the first bomb. 31/8/1979.

Lisburn Fun Run, 6 soldiers killed. All that ramains of their van after a IRA bomb explosion.  15/6/1988.

Lisburn Fun Run, 6 soldiers killed. All that ramains of their van after a IRA bomb explosion. 15/6/1988.

Bomb blast at the Seaforde Street army post on Belfast's Newtownards Road. 17/09/1971

Bomb blast at the Seaforde Street army post on Belfast's Newtownards Road. 17/09/1971

Bomb making lessons in the maze prison.

Bomb making lessons in the maze prison.

Rose and Crown Bar. Two men were killed and 27 injured when a bomb went off in the hallway of the bar. 2nd May 1974

Rose and Crown Bar. Two men were killed and 27 injured when a bomb went off in the hallway of the bar. 2nd May 1974

North Street Arcade. A bomb exploded prematurely, killing four people and injuring twenty. 13th January 1976.

North Street Arcade. A bomb exploded prematurely, killing four people and injuring twenty. 13th January 1976.

Ann Street. A huge bomb planted in a car had exploded causing extensive damage. 28th May 1972.

Ann Street. A huge bomb planted in a car had exploded causing extensive damage. 28th May 1972.

Abercorn Restaurant. The explosion of a bomb in the crowded central Belfast restaurant, the Abercorn , on 4th March 1972, was one of the most horrific incidents of the Northern Ireland violence. Two women were killed - 130 people injured.

Abercorn Restaurant. The explosion of a bomb in the crowded central Belfast restaurant, the Abercorn , on 4th March 1972, was one of the most horrific incidents of the Northern Ireland violence. Two women were killed - 130 people injured.

Abercorn Restaurant. The explosion of a bomb in the crowded central Belfast restaurant, the Abercorn , on 4th March 1972, was one of the most horrific incidents of the Northern Ireland violence. Two women were killed - 130 people injured.

Abercorn Restaurant. The explosion of a bomb in the crowded central Belfast restaurant, the Abercorn , on 4th March 1972, was one of the most horrific incidents of the Northern Ireland violence. Two women were killed - 130 people injured.

Abercorn Restaurant bomb. Tom McFarlane

Abercorn Restaurant bomb. Tom McFarlane

Abercorn Restaurant bomb. Rosaleen McNern (right) who lost both legs, an arm and an eye - her sister Jennifer (left) lost both legs.

Abercorn Restaurant bomb. Rosaleen McNern (right) who lost both legs, an arm and an eye - her sister Jennifer (left) lost both legs.

Sir Edward Carson inspecting the U.V.F 1913

Sir Edward Carson inspecting the U.V.F 1913

Glory days: Sir Edward Carson rallying the unionist faithful

Glory days: Sir Edward Carson rallying the unionist faithful

RUC policeman, DS John Bennison killed in booby trap car bomb in the grounds of Magee College, Londonderry.  The coffin is carried from his home at Tyler Avenue, Limavady. 23.3.1987

RUC policeman, DS John Bennison killed in booby trap car bomb in the grounds of Magee College, Londonderry. The coffin is carried from his home at Tyler Avenue, Limavady. 23.3.1987

The funeral of DI Austin Wilson, an RUC man killed in a booby trap car bomb in the grounds of Magee College, Londonderry.  23.3.1987

The funeral of DI Austin Wilson, an RUC man killed in a booby trap car bomb in the grounds of Magee College, Londonderry. 23.3.1987

THE IRA FUNERAL ON THE FALLS ROAD OF ROSE CURRY, KILLED  IN A PREMATURE BOMB EXPLOSION AT  MERRION STREET, LOWER FALLS BELFAST

THE IRA FUNERAL ON THE FALLS ROAD OF ROSE CURRY, KILLED IN A PREMATURE BOMB EXPLOSION AT MERRION STREET, LOWER FALLS BELFAST

A child lies by a litter bin after an IRA  bomb blast in Warrington town centre 1993

A child lies by a litter bin after an IRA bomb blast in Warrington town centre 1993

Steel helmeted police at a burning barricade across Shankill Road, Belfast, littered with stones and debris after a spree of rioting. 1969

Steel helmeted police at a burning barricade across Shankill Road, Belfast, littered with stones and debris after a spree of rioting. 1969

Loyalists waving a Union Jack surround  Home Secretary James Callaghan on the Shankill Road, Belfast.   28/8/1969.

Loyalists waving a Union Jack surround Home Secretary James Callaghan on the Shankill Road, Belfast. 28/8/1969.

The body of Joseph Donegan, discovered  in an entry off Battenberg Street in Belfast's Shankill Road area, lies covered by a blanket.  25/10/1982.

The body of Joseph Donegan, discovered in an entry off Battenberg Street in Belfast's Shankill Road area, lies covered by a blanket. 25/10/1982.

Harry Ward was shot dead in The Diamond Jubilee Bar, Shankill Road, Belfast October 1991. Pictured is his sister Sadie, being led away from the scene.

Harry Ward was shot dead in The Diamond Jubilee Bar, Shankill Road, Belfast October 1991. Pictured is his sister Sadie, being led away from the scene.

DESMOND BOAL IS HELD ALOFT BY JUBILANT UNIONIST SUPPORTERS AT THE BELFAST CITY HALL AS THE RESULT OF THE SHANKILL BY-ELECTION IS ANNOUNCED.     17/2/1960

DESMOND BOAL IS HELD ALOFT BY JUBILANT UNIONIST SUPPORTERS AT THE BELFAST CITY HALL AS THE RESULT OF THE SHANKILL BY-ELECTION IS ANNOUNCED. 17/2/1960

Troops and UDA members on joint patrol at Clon Duff Drive in Castlereagh Road area of Belfast, 1972.

Troops and UDA members on joint patrol at Clon Duff Drive in Castlereagh Road area of Belfast, 1972.

The funeral of RUC man William Russell, shot while investgating a burglary at the  Avoca Shopping Centre, Andersontown, Belfast

The funeral of RUC man William Russell, shot while investgating a burglary at the Avoca Shopping Centre, Andersontown, Belfast

Hunger striker Bobby Sands coffin, flanked by an IRA colour party, leaving his mother's home in Twinbrook.

Hunger striker Bobby Sands coffin, flanked by an IRA colour party, leaving his mother's home in Twinbrook.

Signing Of The Anglo-Irish Agreement Nov 1985 -  Prime Minister Mrs Margaret Thatcher and Eire Premier Dr Garret Fitzgerald at Hillsborough Castle, Northern Ireland

Signing Of The Anglo-Irish Agreement Nov 1985 - Prime Minister Mrs Margaret Thatcher and Eire Premier Dr Garret Fitzgerald at Hillsborough Castle, Northern Ireland

Margaret Thatcher chats to a security lady on duty at Donegall Place Belfast 28/05/1981

Margaret Thatcher chats to a security lady on duty at Donegall Place Belfast 28/05/1981

Margaret Thatcher chats with nurses from the military wing at Musgrave Hospital on 14/11/1975

Margaret Thatcher chats with nurses from the military wing at Musgrave Hospital on 14/11/1975

PM Margaret Thatcher meets the troops on a one day visit to Ulster 23/12/1986

PM Margaret Thatcher meets the troops on a one day visit to Ulster 23/12/1986

PM Margaret Thatcher meets the RUC on a one day visit to Ulster 23/12/1986

PM Margaret Thatcher meets the RUC on a one day visit to Ulster 23/12/1986

Repuiblicans dressed as police officers and one in a Margaret Thatcher mask, taking part in a republican parade in Belfast city centre. 2008

Repuiblicans dressed as police officers and one in a Margaret Thatcher mask, taking part in a republican parade in Belfast city centre. 2008

ALAN LEWIS

14/10/84 Debris in Prime Minister's Margaret Thatcher's Napolean suite bathroom on the first floor of the Grand Hotel, Brighton, after a bomb explosion during the Conservative Party conference.

14/10/84 Debris in Prime Minister's Margaret Thatcher's Napolean suite bathroom on the first floor of the Grand Hotel, Brighton, after a bomb explosion during the Conservative Party conference.

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12/10/84 of the Grand Hotel, Brighton after a bomb explosion during the Conservative Party conference.

12/10/84 of the Grand Hotel, Brighton after a bomb explosion during the Conservative Party conference.

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12/10/84 A fireman on an extended ladder on an upper floor of the Grand Hotel, Brighton, after a bomb explosion during the Conservative Party conference.

12/10/84 A fireman on an extended ladder on an upper floor of the Grand Hotel, Brighton, after a bomb explosion during the Conservative Party conference.

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12/10/84 A fireman on an extended ladder on an upper floor of the Grand Hotel, Brighton, after a bomb explosion during the Conservative Party conference.

12/10/84 A fireman on an extended ladder on an upper floor of the Grand Hotel, Brighton, after a bomb explosion during the Conservative Party conference.

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Remains of the van in which 7 workmen were killed in an IRA landmine explosion in Teebane, Co.Tyrone. Pacemaker Press

Remains of the van in which 7 workmen were killed in an IRA landmine explosion in Teebane, Co.Tyrone. Pacemaker Press

Remains of the van in which 7 workmen were killed in an IRA landmine explosion in Teebane, Co.Tyrone. 18/01/92. Pacemaker Press

Remains of the van in which 7 workmen were killed in an IRA landmine explosion in Teebane, Co.Tyrone. 18/01/92. Pacemaker Press

William Bleakes, one of the 7 workmen killed in the IRA 600lb bomb blast on the Omagh to Cookstown road at the Teebane crossing. Pacemaker Press

William Bleakes, one of the 7 workmen killed in the IRA 600lb bomb blast on the Omagh to Cookstown road at the Teebane crossing. Pacemaker Press

Cecil James Caldwell, one of the 7 workmen killed in the IRA 600lb bomb blast on the Omagh to Cookstown road at the Teebane crossing. Pacemaker Press

Cecil James Caldwell, one of the 7 workmen killed in the IRA 600lb bomb blast on the Omagh to Cookstown road at the Teebane crossing. Pacemaker Press

David Harkness, one of the 7 workmen killed in the IRA 600lb bomb blast on the Omagh to Cookstown road at the Teebane crossing. Pacemaker Press

David Harkness, one of the 7 workmen killed in the IRA 600lb bomb blast on the Omagh to Cookstown road at the Teebane crossing. Pacemaker Press

Nigel McKee, one of the 7 workmen killed in the IRA 600lb bomb blast on the Omagh to Cookstown road at the Teebane crossing. Pacemaker Press

Nigel McKee, one of the 7 workmen killed in the IRA 600lb bomb blast on the Omagh to Cookstown road at the Teebane crossing. Pacemaker Press

Robert Irons, one of the 7 workmen killed in the IRA 600lb bomb blast on the Omagh to Cookstown road at the Teebane crossing. Pacemaker Press

Robert Irons, one of the 7 workmen killed in the IRA 600lb bomb blast on the Omagh to Cookstown road at the Teebane crossing. Pacemaker Press

Bobby Sands election campaign. At the Coalisland headquarters are, Noreen Campbell and Seamus McGuckin. 4/4/1981.

Bobby Sands election campaign. At the Coalisland headquarters are, Noreen Campbell and Seamus McGuckin. 4/4/1981.

Supporters of Fermanagh South Tyrone MP/Hunger Striker Bobby Sands.

Supporters of Fermanagh South Tyrone MP/Hunger Striker Bobby Sands.

Tomboy Loudon, Gerry Roche, Denis Donaldson and Bobby Sands pictured in the Long Kesh prison, Northern Ireland.

Tomboy Loudon, Gerry Roche, Denis Donaldson and Bobby Sands pictured in the Long Kesh prison, Northern Ireland.

IRA prisoners' dirty protest while on hunger strike in the Maze Prison, November 1980.

IRA prisoners' dirty protest while on hunger strike in the Maze Prison, November 1980.

Hunger striker Bobby Sands funeral procession making its way down Stewartstown Road on Route to Milltown cemetery

Hunger striker Bobby Sands funeral procession making its way down Stewartstown Road on Route to Milltown cemetery

Bobby Sands funeral

Bobby Sands funeral

Masked gunmen fire a volley of shots beside hunger striker Bobby Sands coffin, at Milltown Cemetery.

Masked gunmen fire a volley of shots beside hunger striker Bobby Sands coffin, at Milltown Cemetery.

Hunger striker Bobby Sands' coffin, flanked by an IRA colour party, leaving his mother's home in Twinbrook.

Hunger striker Bobby Sands' coffin, flanked by an IRA colour party, leaving his mother's home in Twinbrook.

Deceased hunger striker Bobby Sands (seated fourth from left).  The Star of the Sea football team.

Deceased hunger striker Bobby Sands (seated fourth from left). The Star of the Sea football team.

Tom McFeely - former hunger striker

Tom McFeely - former hunger striker

Sinn Fein MLA Raymond McCartney, who spent 53 days on IRA hunger strike

Sinn Fein MLA Raymond McCartney, who spent 53 days on IRA hunger strike

Francis Hughes, IRA killer and hunger striker being captures after Maze break

Francis Hughes, IRA killer and hunger striker being captures after Maze break

Former hunger striker, Lawrence McKeown.

Former hunger striker, Lawrence McKeown.

Francis Hughes, IRA killer and hunger striker

Francis Hughes, IRA killer and hunger striker

IRA hunger striker, Brendan McLaughlin, 29, from Greysteel, Londonderry, was moved to a hospital outside the Maze, suffering from internal bleeding. May 1981

IRA hunger striker, Brendan McLaughlin, 29, from Greysteel, Londonderry, was moved to a hospital outside the Maze, suffering from internal bleeding. May 1981

IRA hunger striker, Paddy Quinn. Doctors were reported to be trying to save his life, after 47 days without food, on instructions from his family. June 1981

IRA hunger striker, Paddy Quinn. Doctors were reported to be trying to save his life, after 47 days without food, on instructions from his family. June 1981

Maze hunger striker, Raymond McCartney from Londonderry. October 1980

Maze hunger striker, Raymond McCartney from Londonderry. October 1980

Bobby Sands pictured on the first day of his hunger strike. Sands had just come off the blanket protest before going straight on to hunger strike.

Bobby Sands pictured on the first day of his hunger strike. Sands had just come off the blanket protest before going straight on to hunger strike.

Armed soldiers behind a wall on Londonderry's Bogside.

Armed soldiers behind a wall on Londonderry's Bogside.

John Hume is detained by soldiers during a civil rights protest in Londonderry in August 1971.

John Hume is detained by soldiers during a civil rights protest in Londonderry in August 1971.

John Hume is detained by soldiers during a civil rights protest in Londonderry in August 1971.

John Hume is detained by soldiers during a civil rights protest in Londonderry in August 1971.

Main Street Claudy in August 1972 when three Provisional IRA car bombs exploded without warning, killing 9 local people and injuring many others.

Main Street Claudy in August 1972 when three Provisional IRA car bombs exploded without warning, killing 9 local people and injuring many others.

John Lennon and his wife Yoko Ono raise their fists as they join a protest in front of British Overseas Airways Corp. offices in New York on Fifth Avenue, Feb 5th 1972. The demonstrators called for the withdrawal of British troops from Northern Ireland.

John Lennon and his wife Yoko Ono raise their fists as they join a protest in front of British Overseas Airways Corp. offices in New York on Fifth Avenue, Feb 5th 1972. The demonstrators called for the withdrawal of British troops from Northern Ireland.

IRA Bomb attack on the La Mon House Hotel

IRA Bomb attack on the La Mon House Hotel

La Mon House Hotel Provisional IRA Bomb
Victim, Sandra Morris

La Mon House Hotel Provisional IRA Bomb Victim, Sandra Morris

La Mon House Hotel Provisional IRA Bomb
Victim, Carol Mills

La Mon House Hotel Provisional IRA Bomb Victim, Carol Mills

La Mon House Hotel Provisional IRA Bomb
Victim, Christine Lockhart

La Mon House Hotel Provisional IRA Bomb Victim, Christine Lockhart

SDLP press conference with John Hume, Gerry Fitt, Austin Currie and Paddy Devlin.  11/09/75

SDLP press conference with John Hume, Gerry Fitt, Austin Currie and Paddy Devlin. 11/09/75

Behind the barbed wire of long kesh internment camp   are SDLP  MPs(from left)Paddy Devlin, Austin Currie, John Hume and Ivan Cooper. They were visiting internees. 21/09/71

Behind the barbed wire of long kesh internment camp are SDLP MPs(from left)Paddy Devlin, Austin Currie, John Hume and Ivan Cooper. They were visiting internees. 21/09/71

Billy Wright ,loyalist fanatic who was shot dead in the Maze Prison, was leader of the renegade Loyalist Volunteer Force

Billy Wright ,loyalist fanatic who was shot dead in the Maze Prison, was leader of the renegade Loyalist Volunteer Force

Ulster Vanguard Movement: Ulster Vanguard Association Rally at Stormont. 29/03/72

Ulster Vanguard Movement: Ulster Vanguard Association Rally at Stormont. 29/03/72

William Craig:Leader of the Vanguard Unionist Progressive party.

William Craig:Leader of the Vanguard Unionist Progressive party.

Ulster Vanguard Movement: A section of the crowd at the Vanguard Association Rally at Ormeau Park.  18/03/72

Ulster Vanguard Movement: A section of the crowd at the Vanguard Association Rally at Ormeau Park. 18/03/72

Ulster Defence Association/U.D.A: 1972.  Delegates at the talks between Vanguard, Ulster Defence Association and the Loyalist Association of Workers.

Ulster Defence Association/U.D.A: 1972. Delegates at the talks between Vanguard, Ulster Defence Association and the Loyalist Association of Workers.

Ulster Vanguard Movement:September 1972.

Ulster Vanguard Movement:September 1972.

&lt;strong&gt;August 2005&lt;/strong&gt;&lt;br/&gt; Lord Fitt, (then Gerry), standing forelornly in the burnt out remains of his home on the Antrim Road in Belfast. He had just flown in from London to see the damage caused by a rampaging republican mob from the nearby New Lodge Road area. He was elevated to the House of Lords shortly after this incident. He likened the mob to the 'Waffen SS' youth movement in Nazi Germany. &lt;br/&gt;Photograph: Justin Kernoghan

<strong>August 2005</strong><br/> Lord Fitt, (then Gerry), standing forelornly in the burnt out remains of his home on the Antrim Road in Belfast. He had just flown in from London to see the damage caused by a rampaging republican mob from the nearby New Lodge Road area. He was elevated to the House of Lords shortly after this incident. He likened the mob to the 'Waffen SS' youth movement in Nazi Germany. <br/>Photograph: Justin Kernoghan

Fire crews tackling a blaze in Queen Street, Belfast in 1977. The fire was caused by a bomb. Photograph by Bobby Ingram.

Fire crews tackling a blaze in Queen Street, Belfast in 1977. The fire was caused by a bomb. Photograph by Bobby Ingram.

Belfast's Milltown Cemetery comes under attack by UDA man Michael Stone, during the funerals of three Provisional IRA members. Picture by Bobby Ingram

Belfast's Milltown Cemetery comes under attack by UDA man Michael Stone, during the funerals of three Provisional IRA members. Picture by Bobby Ingram

The Last Gunman by Brendan Murphy, July 1997. An IRA man on the Lower Ormeau area fires at a police roadblock on the bridge across the River Lagan. Within weeks, the IRA declared its second ceasefire.

The Last Gunman by Brendan Murphy, July 1997. An IRA man on the Lower Ormeau area fires at a police roadblock on the bridge across the River Lagan. Within weeks, the IRA declared its second ceasefire.

Fred Hoare captures a confrontation between police and republicans in Belfast

Fred Hoare captures a confrontation between police and republicans in Belfast

A man lies injured on the ground after being caught in a bomb explosion in Donegall Street, Belfast. Picture by Fred Hoare

A man lies injured on the ground after being caught in a bomb explosion in Donegall Street, Belfast. Picture by Fred Hoare

A bomb explodes in a stationary shop in Royal Avenue, Belfast Picture by Fred Hoare

A bomb explodes in a stationary shop in Royal Avenue, Belfast Picture by Fred Hoare

April 1984 Man is searched by the British Army on Belfast's Falls Road as people go about their businness, hardly seeming to register that this was happening. Picture by Brendan Murphy

April 1984 Man is searched by the British Army on Belfast's Falls Road as people go about their businness, hardly seeming to register that this was happening. Picture by Brendan Murphy

Newly elected DUP MP Peter Robinson and his wife Iris.   4/5/1979

Newly elected DUP MP Peter Robinson and his wife Iris. 4/5/1979

Peter Robinson about to invade the small village of Clontibret, Co Monaghan, in 1986.

Peter Robinson about to invade the small village of Clontibret, Co Monaghan, in 1986.

Gerry Adams and Brendan Hughes in Long Kesh

Gerry Adams and Brendan Hughes in Long Kesh

Martin McGuinness  in Derry's Bogside at a  press conference. 1971

Martin McGuinness in Derry's Bogside at a press conference. 1971

Members of the UDA provide an escort at the funeral of 30 year old John Lunnen Brown, a UDA volunteer, of Blackmountain Park, Springmartin.  01/07/72.

Members of the UDA provide an escort at the funeral of 30 year old John Lunnen Brown, a UDA volunteer, of Blackmountain Park, Springmartin. 01/07/72.

Northern Ireland Troubles Gallery: Mrs Mary Meehan who was shot by the army in Cape Street, 23rd october 1971. Family photo.

Northern Ireland Troubles Gallery: Mrs Mary Meehan who was shot by the army in Cape Street, 23rd october 1971. Family photo.

Northern Ireland Troubles Gallery: Scots Guardsman, Paul Nicholls, from Caithness, killed by an IRA sniper on the Falls Road, Belfast. 1971

Northern Ireland Troubles Gallery: Scots Guardsman, Paul Nicholls, from Caithness, killed by an IRA sniper on the Falls Road, Belfast. 1971

Scene of the IRA bomb and shooting attack  at Loughall Police Station which resulted in 8 IRA and 1 Civilian being killed.

Scene of the IRA bomb and shooting attack at Loughall Police Station which resulted in 8 IRA and 1 Civilian being killed.

Supporters of the UDA preparing  food to be used by UDA members in the Shankill Road area.  02/07/72

Supporters of the UDA preparing food to be used by UDA members in the Shankill Road area. 02/07/72

MOURNERS CARRYING HURLING STICKS HEAD THE FUNERAL PROCESSION   OF JOHN JOSEPH KAVANAGH, FOUND SHOT DEAD IN THE RIVER BLACKSTAFF. 27.01.1971.

MOURNERS CARRYING HURLING STICKS HEAD THE FUNERAL PROCESSION OF JOHN JOSEPH KAVANAGH, FOUND SHOT DEAD IN THE RIVER BLACKSTAFF. 27.01.1971.

A UDA checkpoint barrier at Moat Road.  08/06/72

A UDA checkpoint barrier at Moat Road. 08/06/72

UDA on the streets of Londonderry.  30/09/72

UDA on the streets of Londonderry. 30/09/72

Sinn Fein MLA Raymond McCartney, who spent 53 days on IRA hunger strike.

Sinn Fein MLA Raymond McCartney, who spent 53 days on IRA hunger strike.

Some of the 24 Ulsterbuses which were burnt out after an IRA attack on the depot in Armagh.    28/4/1982.

Some of the 24 Ulsterbuses which were burnt out after an IRA attack on the depot in Armagh. 28/4/1982.

Mourners panicking at Milltown Cemetery, Belfast, after a gun and bomb attack by Michael Stone which left three people dead and four seriously injured during the funerals of three IRA membes shot dead in Gibraltar.  1988

Mourners panicking at Milltown Cemetery, Belfast, after a gun and bomb attack by Michael Stone which left three people dead and four seriously injured during the funerals of three IRA membes shot dead in Gibraltar. 1988

Joan Travers and her daughter Ann at the funeral of  her other daughter, Mary, shot dead by IRA gunmen in Windsor Avenue, Belfast. while walking home from Mass with her father Judge Tom Travers. 1984

Joan Travers and her daughter Ann at the funeral of her other daughter, Mary, shot dead by IRA gunmen in Windsor Avenue, Belfast. while walking home from Mass with her father Judge Tom Travers. 1984

Ian Paisley at the scene of the IRA motar attack on Newry Police Station.  which killed 9 officers.  28/2/1985.

Ian Paisley at the scene of the IRA motar attack on Newry Police Station. which killed 9 officers. 28/2/1985.

President of Sinn Fein Gerry Adams and Martin McGuinness  at the funeral of Patrick Kelly . 1987

President of Sinn Fein Gerry Adams and Martin McGuinness at the funeral of Patrick Kelly . 1987

Martin Meehan (centre) with Gerry Adams at a funeral in Belfast in 1971 of a Belfast IRA commander.

Martin Meehan (centre) with Gerry Adams at a funeral in Belfast in 1971 of a Belfast IRA commander.

UDA men line up for inspection at Bloomfield before the march.  30/09/72

UDA men line up for inspection at Bloomfield before the march. 30/09/72

Reverend Martin Smyth and Billy Hull with UDA leaders.  1972

Reverend Martin Smyth and Billy Hull with UDA leaders. 1972

The Shankill Road member.  1972

The Shankill Road member. 1972

A man is frisked by masked members of the UDA at a barricade on the Lisburn Road end of Sandy Row.  1972

A man is frisked by masked members of the UDA at a barricade on the Lisburn Road end of Sandy Row. 1972

Belfast, Bloody Friday, 21 July, 1972, the IRA set off 26 explosions in Belfast, which killed 11 people and injured 130. 7 people were killed in Oxford Street bus station and 4 at a shopping centre on the Cavehill Road.

Belfast, Bloody Friday, 21 July, 1972, the IRA set off 26 explosions in Belfast, which killed 11 people and injured 130. 7 people were killed in Oxford Street bus station and 4 at a shopping centre on the Cavehill Road.

Riots in Belfast, 1969

Riots in Belfast, 1969

A man talks to soldiers over the barricade, in Divis Street, Belfast. 16/8/1969

A man talks to soldiers over the barricade, in Divis Street, Belfast. 16/8/1969

Respects are paid to the victims of Bloody Friday, Oxford Street, Belfast

Respects are paid to the victims of Bloody Friday, Oxford Street, Belfast

Rioting in Belfast, 1962

Rioting in Belfast, 1962

A family flee their home during rioting in Belfast 1969

A family flee their home during rioting in Belfast 1969

Belfast 1969

Belfast 1969

British soldiers patrol Belfast in 1969

British soldiers patrol Belfast in 1969

Belfast City Hall bombed. 23/5/1994.

Belfast City Hall bombed. 23/5/1994.

UDA barricades off Ainsworth Avenue.  04/07/72

UDA barricades off Ainsworth Avenue. 04/07/72

In disguise. Ulster Workers Council Strike: 1974

In disguise. Ulster Workers Council Strike: 1974

Farmers from the North Down area form a barricade of tractors across the Belfast-Saintfield Road at Carryduff. Ulster Workers Council Strike 23/05/74

Farmers from the North Down area form a barricade of tractors across the Belfast-Saintfield Road at Carryduff. Ulster Workers Council Strike 23/05/74

Labour exchange in Great Patrick Street. The queue for unemployment benefit is the biggest seen for a long time. Ulster Workers Council Strike 22/05/74

Labour exchange in Great Patrick Street. The queue for unemployment benefit is the biggest seen for a long time. Ulster Workers Council Strike 22/05/74

Faces in the crowd during the Ulster Workers Council Strike. 05/06/74

Faces in the crowd during the Ulster Workers Council Strike. 05/06/74

Newtownards Road Hi-jack. Ulster Workers Council Strike 16/05/04

Newtownards Road Hi-jack. Ulster Workers Council Strike 16/05/04

Farmers celebrations in Hillsborough. Ulster Workers Council Strike  01/06/74

Farmers celebrations in Hillsborough. Ulster Workers Council Strike 01/06/74

Another blockade during the U.W.C strike. May 1974

Another blockade during the U.W.C strike. May 1974

Soldiers posted near a petrol station. Ulster Workers Council Strike 1974.

Soldiers posted near a petrol station. Ulster Workers Council Strike 1974.

A convoy travels along the road during the U.W.C strike. 1974

A convoy travels along the road during the U.W.C strike. 1974

A man holds a chick by the foot, during the U.W.C strike. 24/05/74

A man holds a chick by the foot, during the U.W.C strike. 24/05/74

Soldiers checking cars entering the harbour estate in Belfast after they had taken over the petrol and oil facilities. Ulster Workers Council Strike 27/05/74

Soldiers checking cars entering the harbour estate in Belfast after they had taken over the petrol and oil facilities. Ulster Workers Council Strike 27/05/74

Army generators move along the Sydenham By-Pass. Ulster Workers Council Strike 23/05/74

Army generators move along the Sydenham By-Pass. Ulster Workers Council Strike 23/05/74

Young Farmers from the North Down area in a convoy of vehicles in support of the U.W.C strike. 1974

Young Farmers from the North Down area in a convoy of vehicles in support of the U.W.C strike. 1974

A soldier on guard at the Ulster Garages premises during the U.W.C strike. 1974

A soldier on guard at the Ulster Garages premises during the U.W.C strike. 1974

A U.W.C truck containing a coffin proclaiming the death of the Sunningdale agreement. Ulster Workers Council Strike 1974

A U.W.C truck containing a coffin proclaiming the death of the Sunningdale agreement. Ulster Workers Council Strike 1974

Platform party at U.W.C Rally at Stormont. Ulster Workers Council Strike 05/06/74

Platform party at U.W.C Rally at Stormont. Ulster Workers Council Strike 05/06/74

Soldiers stand guard as a Ministry of Commerce worker serves petrol at one of the Belfast City centre filling stations. Only essential users were being supplied. Ulster Workers Council Strike May 1974

Soldiers stand guard as a Ministry of Commerce worker serves petrol at one of the Belfast City centre filling stations. Only essential users were being supplied. Ulster Workers Council Strike May 1974

People gathered outside a convenience store. Ulster Workers Council Strike 1974

People gathered outside a convenience store. Ulster Workers Council Strike 1974

One of the first trade unionists to get through the picket line at Queen's Quay was the AFU district secretary Jimmy Graham (centre). Ulster Workers Council Strike 1974

One of the first trade unionists to get through the picket line at Queen's Quay was the AFU district secretary Jimmy Graham (centre). Ulster Workers Council Strike 1974

Cars queued up waiting to enter the harbour estate at Queens, Belfast, when the Army set up check points at the entrances after taking over the petrol and oil facilities. Ulster Workers Council Strike 27/05/74

Cars queued up waiting to enter the harbour estate at Queens, Belfast, when the Army set up check points at the entrances after taking over the petrol and oil facilities. Ulster Workers Council Strike 27/05/74

Ulster Workers Council Strike 23/05/74

Ulster Workers Council Strike 23/05/74

News on the Shankill-the UWC notice board on the Shankill Road recieved a lot of attention from passersby. Ulster Workers Council Strike

News on the Shankill-the UWC notice board on the Shankill Road recieved a lot of attention from passersby. Ulster Workers Council Strike

Farmers protest march to Stormont. Ulster Workers Council Strike, May 1974

Farmers protest march to Stormont. Ulster Workers Council Strike, May 1974

Ulster Workers Council Strike. May 1974

Ulster Workers Council Strike. May 1974

Ulster Workers Council Strike. 28/5/1974

Ulster Workers Council Strike. 28/5/1974

Ulster Workers Council Strike. May 1974

Ulster Workers Council Strike. May 1974

Crowds at Stormont during the Ulster Worker's Council strike. 28/05/74

Crowds at Stormont during the Ulster Worker's Council strike. 28/05/74

Crowds during the Ulster Worker's Council strike. 28/05/74

Crowds during the Ulster Worker's Council strike. 28/05/74

Orangemen On The Garvaghy Road, July 2000

Orangemen On The Garvaghy Road, July 2000

RUC: Police officers at the 12th parades at Portadown 1985.

RUC: Police officers at the 12th parades at Portadown 1985.

Portadown March at Drumcree bridge July 2002 Portadown District Orangemen parade down to the barrier at Drumcree before trouble flared

Portadown March at Drumcree bridge July 2002 Portadown District Orangemen parade down to the barrier at Drumcree before trouble flared

Drumcree, Northern Ireland. A makeshift road block on main road into Portadown town centre

Drumcree, Northern Ireland. A makeshift road block on main road into Portadown town centre

An injured woman is led away, Drumcree July 1997

An injured woman is led away, Drumcree July 1997

A petrol bomber on the Garvaghy Road

A petrol bomber on the Garvaghy Road

Orangemen go no further as they reach the barrier at Drumcreee preventing them from marching on the Garvaghy Rd.

Orangemen go no further as they reach the barrier at Drumcreee preventing them from marching on the Garvaghy Rd.

Tempers flare as Orangemen are blocked from walking the Garvaghy Rd, Drumcree, July 2000

Tempers flare as Orangemen are blocked from walking the Garvaghy Rd, Drumcree, July 2000

Orangemen at Drumcree

Orangemen at Drumcree

Drumcree July 2000

Drumcree July 2000

Drumcree - July 6th 2002. Soldiers erect a security fence at Drumcree Church in Portadown.

Drumcree - July 6th 2002. Soldiers erect a security fence at Drumcree Church in Portadown.

PSNI riot team firing plastic bullets

PSNI riot team firing plastic bullets

Drumcree Orange Parade At Portadown July 1998. Portadown Grand Master Harold Gracey gives a speech to the crowds outside Drumcree Church of Ireland.

Drumcree Orange Parade At Portadown July 1998. Portadown Grand Master Harold Gracey gives a speech to the crowds outside Drumcree Church of Ireland.

Orange Order: Drumcree, Portadown

Orange Order: Drumcree, Portadown

GARVAGHY RD JULY 1996. POLICE OFFICERS REMOVE PROTESTING NATIONALISTS FROM GARVAGHY RD.

GARVAGHY RD JULY 1996. POLICE OFFICERS REMOVE PROTESTING NATIONALISTS FROM GARVAGHY RD.

GARVAGHY RD JULY 1996. POLICE OFFICERS REMOVE PROTESTING NATIONALISTS FROM GARVAGHY RD.

GARVAGHY RD JULY 1996. POLICE OFFICERS REMOVE PROTESTING NATIONALISTS FROM GARVAGHY RD.

DAVID TRIMBLE MAKES HIS WAY TO GREET THE PORTADOWN ORANGEMEN AFTER THEY MARCHED DOWN GARVAGHY RD 1996.

DAVID TRIMBLE MAKES HIS WAY TO GREET THE PORTADOWN ORANGEMEN AFTER THEY MARCHED DOWN GARVAGHY RD 1996.

4/7/03 Garvaghy road residents spokesman Brendan MacCoinnaith pictured in Portadown.

4/7/03 Garvaghy road residents spokesman Brendan MacCoinnaith pictured in Portadown.

Drumcree Orange Order Demonstration Scarfs drapped around the Road Sign of Drumcree near Portadown

Drumcree Orange Order Demonstration Scarfs drapped around the Road Sign of Drumcree near Portadown

Nationalist protesters walk to Garvaghy Road July 1997. Residents Coalition in Drumcree Portadown to voice their anger at Loyalist Parades through their area

Nationalist protesters walk to Garvaghy Road July 1997. Residents Coalition in Drumcree Portadown to voice their anger at Loyalist Parades through their area

Nationalist Protest March At Garvaghy Road March 1998. Brid Rodgers and Brendan McKenna in attendance at Garvaghy Road demonstration, Portadown

Nationalist Protest March At Garvaghy Road March 1998. Brid Rodgers and Brendan McKenna in attendance at Garvaghy Road demonstration, Portadown

Northern Ireland Troubles gallery.....Nationalist Protest March At Garvaghy Road March 1998. Security Forces kept a Loyalist counter demonstration at a safe distance from Nationalist marchers near Oben Street, Portadown

Northern Ireland Troubles gallery.....Nationalist Protest March At Garvaghy Road March 1998. Security Forces kept a Loyalist counter demonstration at a safe distance from Nationalist marchers near Oben Street, Portadown

Nationalist Protest March At Garvaghy Road March 1998. A young Loyalist waves the Union Jack at Royal Ulster Constabulary police in riot gear, from the Loyalist side of the town of Portadown, Northern Ireland, as a nationalist-republican protest march,  passed by peacefully down the Nationalist Garvaghy road.

Nationalist Protest March At Garvaghy Road March 1998. A young Loyalist waves the Union Jack at Royal Ulster Constabulary police in riot gear, from the Loyalist side of the town of Portadown, Northern Ireland, as a nationalist-republican protest march, passed by peacefully down the Nationalist Garvaghy road.

STAND-OFF BETWEEN PSNI AND ORANGEMEN.

STAND-OFF BETWEEN PSNI AND ORANGEMEN.

Disturbances On Garvaghy Road Portadown May 1998. Rioters hurl stones at RUC riot police on the Garvaghy Road, Portadown, Northern Ireland, during disturbances following an Orange parade in the area.

Disturbances On Garvaghy Road Portadown May 1998. Rioters hurl stones at RUC riot police on the Garvaghy Road, Portadown, Northern Ireland, during disturbances following an Orange parade in the area.

An RUC officer fires plastic bullets at rioting nationalists on the Garvaghy Road

An RUC officer fires plastic bullets at rioting nationalists on the Garvaghy Road

Garvaghy Road Residents Meet With David Trimble May 99. Brendan McKenna arrives at Craigavon Civic Centre to meet the First Minister David Trimble in an effort to solve the Drumcree stand off.

Garvaghy Road Residents Meet With David Trimble May 99. Brendan McKenna arrives at Craigavon Civic Centre to meet the First Minister David Trimble in an effort to solve the Drumcree stand off.

RIR Support The Orangemen At Drumcree January 2000. Members of the Royal Irish Regiment with a flag supporting Orangemen in Drumcree.

RIR Support The Orangemen At Drumcree January 2000. Members of the Royal Irish Regiment with a flag supporting Orangemen in Drumcree.

Army Prepare For Drumcree July 2001

Army Prepare For Drumcree July 2001

In March 1988 two corporals, Derek Wood and David Howes, were stripped, beaten and shot dead, after driving into the path of a republican funeral in Belfast.

In March 1988 two corporals, Derek Wood and David Howes, were stripped, beaten and shot dead, after driving into the path of a republican funeral in Belfast.

In March 1988 two corporals, Derek Wood and David Howes, were stripped, beaten and shot dead, after driving into the path of a republican funeral in Belfast.

In March 1988 two corporals, Derek Wood and David Howes, were stripped, beaten and shot dead, after driving into the path of a republican funeral in Belfast.

In March 1988 two corporals, Derek Wood and David Howes, were stripped, beaten and shot dead, after driving into the path of a republican funeral in Belfast.

In March 1988 two corporals, Derek Wood and David Howes, were stripped, beaten and shot dead, after driving into the path of a republican funeral in Belfast.

In March 1988 two corporals, Derek Wood and David Howes, were stripped, beaten and shot dead, after driving into the path of a republican funeral in Belfast.

In March 1988 two corporals, Derek Wood and David Howes, were stripped, beaten and shot dead, after driving into the path of a republican funeral in Belfast.

In March 1988 two corporals, Derek Wood and David Howes, were stripped, beaten and shot dead, after driving into the path of a republican funeral in Belfast.

In March 1988 two corporals, Derek Wood and David Howes, were stripped, beaten and shot dead, after driving into the path of a republican funeral in Belfast.

O'Tooles Bar (The Heights), in the quiet Co Down village of Loughinisland where UVF gunmen burst in opened fire, during a World Cup match on June 18, 1994.

O'Tooles Bar (The Heights), in the quiet Co Down village of Loughinisland where UVF gunmen burst in opened fire, during a World Cup match on June 18, 1994.

O'Tooles Bar (The Heights) in the Co. Down village of Loughinisland. Six men were shot dead by two UVF gunmen, while they were watching the 1994 World Cup on television.

O'Tooles Bar (The Heights) in the Co. Down village of Loughinisland. Six men were shot dead by two UVF gunmen, while they were watching the 1994 World Cup on television.

Riots. Belfast. Riot Victim.  9/8/1971

Riots. Belfast. Riot Victim. 9/8/1971

Police move a line of women demonstrators from the path of the trade unionists 'Back to Work' march to Castlereagh Industrial Estate in Belfast.  23/5/1974

Police move a line of women demonstrators from the path of the trade unionists 'Back to Work' march to Castlereagh Industrial Estate in Belfast. 23/5/1974

Peoples Democrary demonstration in Enniskillen

Peoples Democrary demonstration in Enniskillen

Unknown IRA funeral.  16/3/1988

Unknown IRA funeral. 16/3/1988

After their night of terror the residents of Belfast's Manor Street clear up the glass, bricks and debris.  12/6/1972

After their night of terror the residents of Belfast's Manor Street clear up the glass, bricks and debris. 12/6/1972

Its four o'clock this morning, and women and children of the New Lodge Road area of Belfast turn out for their bin lid banging protest on the first anniversaryof internment.  9/8/1972

Its four o'clock this morning, and women and children of the New Lodge Road area of Belfast turn out for their bin lid banging protest on the first anniversaryof internment. 9/8/1972

A woman, her face swollen atfer a confrontation with Paratroopers outside Tennant Street RUC Station is carrieed away. Members of the Loyalist Women's Action Committee had been holding a protest.  8/9/1972

A woman, her face swollen atfer a confrontation with Paratroopers outside Tennant Street RUC Station is carrieed away. Members of the Loyalist Women's Action Committee had been holding a protest. 8/9/1972

Riots. Belfast Shankill Road.  A woman hads out tea and biscuits to the troops.  27/9/1970

Riots. Belfast Shankill Road. A woman hads out tea and biscuits to the troops. 27/9/1970

After the blast - injured and shocked, a woman lies helpless on the pavement after the Donegal Street bomb blast, as people rush to give medical assistance.  20/3/1972

After the blast - injured and shocked, a woman lies helpless on the pavement after the Donegal Street bomb blast, as people rush to give medical assistance. 20/3/1972

David Liddle

Female victim of the Abercorn Restaurant explosion.  4/3/1972

Female victim of the Abercorn Restaurant explosion. 4/3/1972

Councillor JW Kennedy, MO, chairman of the Corporations estates and markets committee, meets a deputation of housewives who protested at the City Hall against a plague of rate which are terrorosong tenants at Orangefield Bungalows, of the Castlereagh Road.  22/2/1966

Councillor JW Kennedy, MO, chairman of the Corporations estates and markets committee, meets a deputation of housewives who protested at the City Hall against a plague of rate which are terrorosong tenants at Orangefield Bungalows, of the Castlereagh Road. 22/2/1966

Families from the New Barnsley Estate prepare to leave the Grosvenor Hall were they sought shelter during the riots.  29/6/1970

Families from the New Barnsley Estate prepare to leave the Grosvenor Hall were they sought shelter during the riots. 29/6/1970

The sound of automatic fire rings out as an Army Scout car drives down Monagh Road. For one woman the terror brings an instant reaction - fear stricken, she clutches the ground for safety.  17/5/1972

The sound of automatic fire rings out as an Army Scout car drives down Monagh Road. For one woman the terror brings an instant reaction - fear stricken, she clutches the ground for safety. 17/5/1972

Riots. Belfast.  9/8/1972

Riots. Belfast. 9/8/1972

Riots. Belfast.  23/11/1974

Riots. Belfast. 23/11/1974

Many hands make light work of removing a barricade at Lemom Street, in the Falls Road area of Belfast as a coldier stands guard.

Many hands make light work of removing a barricade at Lemom Street, in the Falls Road area of Belfast as a coldier stands guard.

The body of catholic man lies in an entry off the Shankill Road in West Belfast after being murdered by members of the Shankill butchers. 25/10/82. Pacemaker Press

The body of catholic man lies in an entry off the Shankill Road in West Belfast after being murdered by members of the Shankill butchers. 25/10/82. Pacemaker Press

Con Neeson who was killed by the Shankill butchers in the late 70's. Pacemaker Press

Con Neeson who was killed by the Shankill butchers in the late 70's. Pacemaker Press

William Moore aka Shankill Butcher gang member. Pacemaker Press

William Moore aka Shankill Butcher gang member. Pacemaker Press

Shankill Butcher Edward McIlwaine. Pacemaker Press

Shankill Butcher Edward McIlwaine. Pacemaker Press

Robert &quot;Basher&quot; Bates: Shankill butcher

Robert "Basher" Bates: Shankill butcher

Pacemaker Press

Shankill Butcher Lenny Murphy

Shankill Butcher Lenny Murphy

Pacemaker Press

A man with slashed wrists after an attack by the Shankill Butchers. Pacemaker Press

A man with slashed wrists after an attack by the Shankill Butchers. Pacemaker Press

Some of the knives used by the Shankill Butchers in their attacks. Pacemaker Press

Some of the knives used by the Shankill Butchers in their attacks. Pacemaker Press

Bloody Friday 1972

Bloody Friday 1972

Belfast Telegraph

The IRA set off 26 explosions in Belfast, which killed 11 people and injured 130. 7 people were killed in Oxford Street bus station and 4 at a shopping centre on the Cavehill Road. 1972

The IRA set off 26 explosions in Belfast, which killed 11 people and injured 130. 7 people were killed in Oxford Street bus station and 4 at a shopping centre on the Cavehill Road. 1972

Belfast Telegraph

EXPLOSIONS: BELFAST: BLOODY FRIDAY. 21ST JULY 1972. The IRA set off 26 explosions in Belfast, which killed 11 people and injured 130. 7 people were killed in Oxford Street bus station and 4 at a shopping centre on the Cavehill Road.

EXPLOSIONS: BELFAST: BLOODY FRIDAY. 21ST JULY 1972. The IRA set off 26 explosions in Belfast, which killed 11 people and injured 130. 7 people were killed in Oxford Street bus station and 4 at a shopping centre on the Cavehill Road.

Belfast Telegraph

The IRA set off 26 explosions in Belfast, which killed 11 people and injured 130. 7 people were killed in Oxford Street bus station and 4 at a shopping centre on the Cavehill Road.

The IRA set off 26 explosions in Belfast, which killed 11 people and injured 130. 7 people were killed in Oxford Street bus station and 4 at a shopping centre on the Cavehill Road.

Belfast Telegraph

.The IRA set off 26 explosions in Belfast, which killed 11 people and injured 130. 7 people were killed in Oxford Street bus station and 4 at a shopping centre on the Cavehill Road. 1972

.The IRA set off 26 explosions in Belfast, which killed 11 people and injured 130. 7 people were killed in Oxford Street bus station and 4 at a shopping centre on the Cavehill Road. 1972

Belfast Telegraph

Bloody Friday 1972

Bloody Friday 1972

Belfast Telegraph

Bloody Friday victim. 1972

Bloody Friday victim. 1972

Belfast Telegraph

Bloody Friday. 1972

Bloody Friday. 1972

&lt;b&gt;Images from the Belfast Telegraph's Troubles Gallery&lt;b/&gt;The murder of lawyer Pat Finucane by loyalists. 1989

<b>Images from the Belfast Telegraph's Troubles Gallery<b/>The murder of lawyer Pat Finucane by loyalists. 1989

Funeral of  lawyer Pat Finucane, murdered  by loyalists. 1989. Pacemaker

Funeral of lawyer Pat Finucane, murdered by loyalists. 1989. Pacemaker

As the Queen was visiting Belfast city centre in 1977, soldiers came under attack a few hundred yards away in the republican Falls Road area. An army captain was seperated from his unit and was being heavily stoned and kicked when a 'snatch squad' of his troops rushed the crowd to rescue him from the mob.

As the Queen was visiting Belfast city centre in 1977, soldiers came under attack a few hundred yards away in the republican Falls Road area. An army captain was seperated from his unit and was being heavily stoned and kicked when a 'snatch squad' of his troops rushed the crowd to rescue him from the mob.

The ruins of McGurks Bar. Dec 1971

The ruins of McGurks Bar. Dec 1971

Kathleen Feeney, 14,  who was shot dead by an IRA gunman in Londonderry in a failed ambush on British troops. November 1973

Kathleen Feeney, 14, who was shot dead by an IRA gunman in Londonderry in a failed ambush on British troops. November 1973

Funeral courtege of Kathleen Feeney, 14,  who was shot dead by an IRA gunman in Londonderry in a failed ambush on British troops. November 1973

Funeral courtege of Kathleen Feeney, 14, who was shot dead by an IRA gunman in Londonderry in a failed ambush on British troops. November 1973

Police and rioters clash in Londonderry after an Apprentice Boys march, 1969.

Police and rioters clash in Londonderry after an Apprentice Boys march, 1969.

Martin McGuinness, Sinn Fein, pictured leaving court in Belfast after charges against him involving IRA membership were dropped 1976.

Martin McGuinness, Sinn Fein, pictured leaving court in Belfast after charges against him involving IRA membership were dropped 1976.

Belfast IRA men with a drogue bomb in 1987

Belfast IRA men with a drogue bomb in 1987

Royal Highland Fusilier, Robert Thompson from Hamilton, Scotland who was killed in Northern Ireland. July 27 1980

Royal Highland Fusilier, Robert Thompson from Hamilton, Scotland who was killed in Northern Ireland. July 27 1980

People's Democracy group organised a four-day march from Belfast to Londonderry, starting on 1/1/69. The most serious incident was near Burntollet Bridge in County Londonderry, when marchers were ambushed by some 200 loyalists.

People's Democracy group organised a four-day march from Belfast to Londonderry, starting on 1/1/69. The most serious incident was near Burntollet Bridge in County Londonderry, when marchers were ambushed by some 200 loyalists.

First protest march to Belfast city centre. A crowd pictured at a meeting with Ian Paisley at Shaftesbury Square, Belfast.  9/10/1968.

First protest march to Belfast city centre. A crowd pictured at a meeting with Ian Paisley at Shaftesbury Square, Belfast. 9/10/1968.

People's Democracy group organised a four-day march from Belfast to Londonderry, starting on 1/1/69. The most serious incident was near Burntollet Bridge in County Londonderry, when marchers were ambushed by some 200 loyalists.

People's Democracy group organised a four-day march from Belfast to Londonderry, starting on 1/1/69. The most serious incident was near Burntollet Bridge in County Londonderry, when marchers were ambushed by some 200 loyalists.

People's Democracy group organised a four-day march from Belfast to Londonderry, starting on 1/1/69. The most serious incident was near Burntollet Bridge in County Londonderry, when marchers were ambushed by some 200 loyalists.

People's Democracy group organised a four-day march from Belfast to Londonderry, starting on 1/1/69. The most serious incident was near Burntollet Bridge in County Londonderry, when marchers were ambushed by some 200 loyalists.

The first Civil Rights (Northern Ireland Civil Rights Association) from Coalisland to Dungannon, held on 24/8/1968. Pictured is a member of the official party leading the civil rights marchers, appealing to the crowd, and requesting that there should be no violence during the march in Dungannon.

The first Civil Rights (Northern Ireland Civil Rights Association) from Coalisland to Dungannon, held on 24/8/1968. Pictured is a member of the official party leading the civil rights marchers, appealing to the crowd, and requesting that there should be no violence during the march in Dungannon.

People's Democracy group organised a four-day march from Belfast to Londonderry, starting on 1/1/69. The most serious incident was near Burntollet Bridge in County Londonderry, when marchers were ambushed by some 200 loyalists.

People's Democracy group organised a four-day march from Belfast to Londonderry, starting on 1/1/69. The most serious incident was near Burntollet Bridge in County Londonderry, when marchers were ambushed by some 200 loyalists.

First protest march to Belfast city centre. A crowd of students pictured at a meeting with Ian Paisley near Belfast City Hall. Pictured is Ciaran McKeown(with beard).  9/10/1968.

First protest march to Belfast city centre. A crowd of students pictured at a meeting with Ian Paisley near Belfast City Hall. Pictured is Ciaran McKeown(with beard). 9/10/1968.

People's Democracy group organised a four-day march from Belfast to Londonderry, starting on 1/1/69. The most serious incident was near Burntollet Bridge in County Londonderry, when marchers were ambushed by some 200 loyalists.

People's Democracy group organised a four-day march from Belfast to Londonderry, starting on 1/1/69. The most serious incident was near Burntollet Bridge in County Londonderry, when marchers were ambushed by some 200 loyalists.

People's Democracy group organised a four-day march from Belfast to Londonderry, starting on 1/1/69. The most serious incident was near Burntollet Bridge in County Londonderry, when marchers were ambushed by some 200 loyalists.

People's Democracy group organised a four-day march from Belfast to Londonderry, starting on 1/1/69. The most serious incident was near Burntollet Bridge in County Londonderry, when marchers were ambushed by some 200 loyalists.

People's Democracy group organised a four-day march from Belfast to Londonderry, starting on 1/1/69. The most serious incident was near Burntollet Bridge in County Londonderry, when marchers were ambushed by some 200 loyalists.

People's Democracy group organised a four-day march from Belfast to Londonderry, starting on 1/1/69. The most serious incident was near Burntollet Bridge in County Londonderry, when marchers were ambushed by some 200 loyalists.

People's Democracy group organised a four-day march from Belfast to Londonderry, starting on 1/1/69. The most serious incident was near Burntollet Bridge in County Londonderry, when marchers were ambushed by some 200 loyalists.

People's Democracy group organised a four-day march from Belfast to Londonderry, starting on 1/1/69. The most serious incident was near Burntollet Bridge in County Londonderry, when marchers were ambushed by some 200 loyalists.