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    • 1987
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    • Mural painting and decoration; Republican; Irish Republican Army
    • Republican mural, Springhill Avenue, Ballymurphy, West Belfast, 1987. Three IRA Volunteers with automatic weapons, Irish Tricolour in background, English Translation - 'Our day Will Come' - of Bobby Sands slogan 'Tiocfadh ár Lá'.


    • 1987
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    • Mural painting and decoration; Republican; Sinn Féin; Censorship
    • Republican mural, Springhill Avenue/Springfield Road, Ballymurphy, West Belfast, 1989. Map of Ireland, with Sinn Féin symbol; 'Britain Ignores the Force of Argument Censored'; in 1988 the British Government banned British news organisations from...


    • 1987
    •  
    • Mural painting and decoration; Republican; Irish Republican Army
    • Republican mural, Springhill Avenue, Ballymurphy, West Belfast, 1987. Three IRA Volunteers with automatic weapons, Irish Tricolour in background, English Translation - 'Our day Will Come' - of Bobby Sands slogan 'Tiocfadh ár Lá'.


    • 1987
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    • Mural painting and decoration; Nationalist; Gaelic mythology
    • Nationalist mural, Springhill Avenue, Ballymurphy, West Belfast, 1987. Mural depicts King Nuadha, mythological King of the Tuatha Dé Danann; Gaelic inscription reads: 'Is é seo Nuadha Rí Tuatha Dé Danann' (This is Nuadha, King of the Tuatha...


    • 1987
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    • Mural painting and decoration; Non-aligned
    • Non-aligned mural, Springhill Avenue, Ballymurphy, West Belfast, 1987. Mural depicts Bob Marley, Reggae musician, and reproduces the cover of Marley's last album 'Uprising' (1980).


    • 1987
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    • Mural painting and decoration; Republican; Peltier, Leonard; Native Americans; American Indians
    • Republican mural, Springhill Avenue, Ballymurphy, West Belfast, 1987. Mural refers to campaign to 'Free Leonard Peltier' and the AIM (American Indian Movement). Portrait of Native American; Peltier has been imprisoned since 1976 for the shooting of...


    • 1987
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    • Mural painting and decoration; Republican; Irish Republican Army; Memorials; Loughgall (Northern Ireland)
    • Republican mural, Springhill Avenue, Ballymurphy, West Belfast, 1987. Mural depicts rural setting, four crests of the provinces of Ireland; place name Lochgcal (Loughgall) over Celtic Cross inscribed with 'Óglaigh na hÉireannl' (IRA); around the...


    • 1987
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    • Mural painting and decoration; Nationalist; Gaelic mythology
    • Nationalist mural, Springhill Avenue, Ballymurphy, West Belfast, 1987. Detail from mural (see mni453 for complete image) depicts King Nuadha, mythological King of the Tuatha Dé Danann.


    • 1987
    •  
    • Mural painting and decoration; Republican; Irish Republican Army; Memorials; Loughgall (Northern Ireland)
    • Republican mural, Springhill Avenue, Ballymurphy, West Belfast, 1987. Mural depicts rural setting, four crests of the provinces of Ireland; place name Lochgcal (Loughgall) over Celtic Cross inscribed with 'Óglaigh na hÉireannl' (IRA); around the...


    • 1987
    •  
    • Mural painting and decoration; Republican; Peltier, Leonard; Native Americans; American Indians
    • Republican mural, Springhill Avenue, Ballymurphy, West Belfast, 1987. Mural refers to campaign to 'Free Leonard Peltier' and the AIM (American Indian Movement). Portrait of Native American; Peltier has been imprisoned since 1976 for the shooting of...


    • 1988
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    • Mural painting and decoration; Republican
    • Republican mural, Springhill Avenue, Ballymurphy, 1988. From top left, mural depicts Union Jack gradually submerging under sea of green from which rises the Starry Plough (symbol of James Connolly's Irish Citizen Army).


    • 1988
    •  
    • Mural painting and decoration; Republican
    • Republican mural, Springhill Avenue, Ballymurphy, 1988. From top left, mural depicts Union Jack gradually submerging under sea of green from which rises the Starry Plough (symbol of James Connolly's Irish Citizen Army).


    • 1989
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    • Mural painting and decoration; Republican; Censorship
    • Republican mural, Springhill Avenue/Springfield Road, Ballymurphy, West Belfast, 1989. Map of Ireland, with Sinn Féin symbol; 'Britain Ignores the Force of Argument Censored'; in 1988 the British Government banned British news organisations from...


    • 1989
    •  
    • 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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    • Mural painting and decoration; Republican; Great Britain. Army; Irish Republican Army
    • Republican mural/British Army graffiti, Springhill Avenue, Ballymurphy, West Belfast, 1989. Republican mural: 'Victory to the Irish Republican Army' with Irish Tricolour to right; graffiti by British soldiers, from regiment stationed in area at the...


    • 1989
    •  
    • Mural painting and decoration; Republican
    • Republican murals, Springhill Avenue, Ballymurphy, West Belfast, 1989. Series of murals on right; dereliction and half-demolished houses of Springhill estate on left.


    • 1989
    •  
    • Mural painting and decoration; Republican; Sinn Féin; Censorship
    • Republican mural, Springhill Avenue, Ballymurphy, West Belfast, 1989. Local election mural; motif taken from Paris '68; Irish Republican gagged by Britain; when gag removed talks peace. In 1988 the British Government banned British news...


    • 1989
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    • Mural painting and decoration; Great Britain. Army; Graffiti
    • Graffiti, Springhill Avenue, Ballymurphy, West Belfast, 1989. British soldiers, from regiment stationed in area at the time - 2nd Royal Anglian - graffiti on wall in staunchly Republican area.


    • 1989
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    • Mural painting and decoration; Republican
    • Republican murals, Springhill Avenue, Ballymurphy, West Belfast, 1989. Series of murals on left; peace line to right; Irish Tricolours flying above houses.


    • 1989
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    • Graffiti; Republican
    • Republican graffiti, Springhill Crescent, Ballymurphy, 1989. Slogan addressed to local regiment of British Army stationed in area at the time.

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