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  • All fields: PIRA
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    • 1981
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    • Graffiti; Great Britain. Army
    • Graffiti painted by British soldiers, Divis flats, West Belfast, 1981. 'Brits Rule Divis M INLA PIRA are Bent'. 'Bent' here may mean corrupt but is more likely to be homophobic. Divis flats, the highest point in West Belfast, was used by the...


    • 1983
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    • Graffiti; Republican; Royal Ulster Constabulary; Irish Republican Army
    • Republican graffiti, Beechmount Avenue, West Belfast, 1983. Republican graffiti, Beechmount Avenue, West Belfast, 1983. 'RUC Are Black Bastards'; this is not a racial insult, 'Black' here refers to the Royal Black Perceptory, a Protestant...


    • 1985
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    • Mural painting and decoration; Republican; Irish Republican Army
    • Republican mural, Beechmount Avenue, West Belfast, 1985. Left and Right of mural: "PIRA' (Provisional Irish Republican Army); top of mural, Gaelic text reads: 'Stad Maggie Anois!' (Stop Maggie Now) - reference to British Prime Minister Margaret...


    • 1985
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    • Mural painting and decoration; Republican; Irish Republican Army
    • Republican mural, Beechmount Avenue, West Belfast, 1985. Left and Right of mural: "PIRA' (Provisional Irish Republican Army); top of mural, Gaelic text reads: 'Stad Maggie Anois!' (Stop Maggie Now) - reference to British Prime Minister Margaret...


    • 1989
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    • Mural painting and decoration; Republican; Graffiti; Irish Republican Army
    • Republican graffiti, Springhill Avenue, Ballymurphy, West Belfast, 1989. 'PIRA Fuck Mo.J C'Ville Celtic FC'. Provisional IRA; graffti against Maurice Johnson, Catholic who signed for Glasgow Rangers F.C., traditionally a Protestant club, after...


    • 1989
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    • Mural painting and decoration; Republican; Irish Republican Army
    • Republican graffiti, Springhill Estate, Ballymurphy, West Belfast, 1989. 'Happy Xmas to the PIRA' (Provisional Irish Republican Army.


    • 1989
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    • Graffiti; Great Britain. Army; Irish Republican Army; Irish National Liberation Army
    • British Army graffiti, Divis Flats, Divis, West Belfast, 1989. British soldiers' graffiti on wall in Divis Flats complex; 'Brits Rule Divis M INLA PIRA are Bent' (homophobic insult). The British Army maintained an observation and communications...


    • 2003
    • 2006
    • Loyalist; Memorials
    • Loyalist memorial, Newtownards Rd., East Belfast, 2003. James McCurrie/Robert Neill Memorial Garden; memorial stone commemorates James McCurrie and Robert Neill, killed in significant event in early Troubles - June 1970. '27th/28th June 1970 That...

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