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  • All fields: 1969
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    • 2002
    • 2006
    • Loyalist; Mural painting and decoration
    • Loyalist mural, Canmore Street/Shankill Road, West Belfast, 2002. Mural represents 90 years of history of UVF from its origins in the anti-Home Rule agitation of 1912 to its role in 2002 as paramilitary and, through its links to the Progressive...


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    • 2010
    • Peace line
    • Peace line, Conway St., Clonard, West Belfast. This (in an earlier format) was one of the earliest Peace lines - originally constructed in 1969.


    • 1979
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    • Mural painting and decoration; Republican; Nationalist
    • Republican/Nationalist mural, Free Derry Corner, corner of Lecky St and Fahan St, Derry, 1979. The slogan was originally painted on a gable-end of a house in January 1969.


    • 1983
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    • Mural painting and decoration; Republican
    • Republican/Nationalist mural, Free Derry Corner, corner of Lecky St and Fahan St, Derry, 1983. The slogan was originally painted on a gable-end of a house in January 1969.


    • 1983
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    • Mural painting and decoration; Republican
    • Republican mural, Free Derry Corner, corner of Lecky St and Fahan St, Derry, 1983. The slogan was originally painted on a gable-end of a house in January 1969. Irish Tricolour flying above gable-end.


    • 1985
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    • Mural painting and decoration; Republican; Gaelic language; Irish language
    • Republican mural, Lower Falls, West Belfast, 1989. 'Fiche Blian - Ar Aghaidh Chun Bua/ Twenty Years - Onward to Victory'. 20 years refers to the start of the Troubles in 1969.


    • 1989
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    • Mural painting and decoration; Nationalist; Republican; Derry (Northern Ireland)
    • Republican mural, Bogside, Derry, 1989. Free Derry was the name given to the area of Derry City which declared itself beyond the pale of British rule following the Battle of the Bogside of August 12-August 14, 1969. The famous slogan "You are now...


    • 1989
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    • Graffiti; Republican; Irish Republican Army; Nineteen sixty-nine, A.D.
    • Republican Mural, New Barnsley Drive, West Belfast, 1989. 'Out of the Ashes of "69" arose the Provos'; IRA slogan referring to appearance of Provisional IRA from a split in the Republican movement and the conflict in 1969.


    • 1989
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    • Graffiti; Republican; Irish Republican Army; Nineteen sixty-nine, A.D.
    • Republican graffiti, New Barnsley Drive, West Belfast, 1989. 'Out of the Ashes of "69" arose the Provos'; IRA slogan referring to appearance of Provisional IRA from a split in the Republican movement and the conflict in 1969.


    • 1989
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    • Mural painting and decoration; Republican; Gaelic language; Irish language
    • Republican mural, Lower Falls, West Belfast, 1989. 'Fiche Blian - ar Aghaidh Chun Bua/ Twenty Years - Onward to Victory'. 20 years refers to the start of the Troubles in 1969.


    • 1989
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    • Mural painting and decoration; Nationalist; Republican; Derry (Northern Ireland)
    • Republican mural, Bogside, Derry, 1989. Free Derry was the name given to the area of Derry City which declared itself beyond the pale of British rule following the Battle of the Bogside of August 12-August 14, 1969. The famous slogan "You are now...


    • 2000
    • 2008
    • Republican; Mural painting and decoration
    • Republican mural, Bombay Street, Clonard, West Belfast. Bombay St. was one of the first streets burn out in the conflict in 1969.


    • 2000
    • 2008
    • Republican; Memorials; Peace line
    • Republican memorial, Bombay Street, Falls, West Belfast. Detail: Gates, Celtic cross against Roll of Honour of local IRA Volunteers and civilians killed in the conflict. Portraits of local IRA volunteers above. Irish Tricolour and Peace line.


    • 2002
    • 2006
    • Loyalist; Mural painting and decoration
    • Loyalist mural, Disraeli St., Woodvale, West Belfast, 2002. UDA mural. 'Woodvale Defence Association[.] Defenders of the Woodvale from 1969 "B" Coy WDA Quis Separabit' [amended slogan of UDA]. Insignia of UFF, Ulster Young Militants; paramilitary...


    • 2002
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    • Mural painting and decoration; Loyalist; Memorials; Ulster Volunteer Force
    • Loyalist mural at Canmore Street/Shankill Road, West Belfast. Mural represents 90 years of history of UVF from its origins in the anti-Home Rule agitation of 1912 to its role in 2002 as paramilitary and, through its links to the Progressive...


    • 2004
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    • Mural painting and decoration; Republican; Nineteen sixty-nine, A.D.; Thatcher, Margaret; Hunger strikes; Emblems
    • Republican mural, Clowney Street, Beechmount Avenue, West Belfast, 2004. One of the oldest surviving murals, it was first painted in 1981. 'The people arose in 69, they will do it again at any time'; 'Maggie Thatcher think again, don't let our...

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