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    • 1983
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    • Graffiti; Republican; Irish National Liberation Army
    • Republican graffiti, Unity Flats, Belfast City Centre, 1983. 'INLA Land' (Irish National Liberation Army); 'FTP' (Fuck the Pope) - changed to 'FTB'. 'IRSP' (Irish Republican Socialist Party'); 'Ardoyne Army'.


    • 1979
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    • Graffiti; Republican; Irish Republican Army
    • Republican graffiti, Andersonstown, West Belfast, 1979. Graffiti on wall of Allied Irish Bank: 'Provisional [Provisional IRA] Freedom '79' with Easter Lily'. 'Boycott EEC' [European Economic Community - forerunner of European Union]. Political...


    • 1984
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    • Graffiti; Republican; Irish Republican Socialist Party
    • Republican graffiti, Falls Road, West Belfast, 1984. '1971 No Trials 1984 Show Trials'; reference to Introduction of Internment without Trial in Northern Ireland in 1971 and British 'Supergrass' policy from 1981-86.


    • 1979
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    • Graffiti; Republican; Royal Ulster Constabulary
    • Republican graffiti, Falls Road, West Belfast, 1979. Graffiti refers to recently elected Conservative Prime Minister in Britiain and the Royal Ulster Constabulary: 'Death to Thatcher and the R.U.C'. Underneath, graffiti from the election campaign...


    • 1983
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    • Graffiti; Republican; Social Democratic and Labour Party (Northern Ireland)
    • Republican graffiti, Whiterock Road, Ballymurphy, West Belfast, 1983. 'Stoop Down Low Party'; the nickname given by Sinn Féin supporters to the Social Democratic and Labour party, the main constitutional Nationalist Party in Northern Ireland for...


    • 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...


    • 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...


    • 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...


    • 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...


    • 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...


    • 1989
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    • Mural painting and decoration; Loyalist; Ulster Defence Association; Ulster Freedom Fighters; Roden Street Defenders; Loyalist Prisoners Association; Ulster Defence Force; McMichael, John
    • Loyalist mural, Donegall Road, South Belfast, 1989. Mural commemorates John McMichael, Loyalist paramilitary leader who also became involved in politics with the creation of the Ulster Loyalist Democratic Party; McMichael was killed by the IRA with...


    • 1983
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    • Mural painting and decoration; Republican
    • Republican mural, Rossville St., Derry, 1983. Mural depicts two Republican Volunteers firing over Phoenix arising from ashes. Above, election posters from 1983 British General Election showing Social Democratic and Labour Party MP John Hume (rival...


    • 1983
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    • Mural painting and decoration; Republican; Derry (Northern Ireland); Londonderry
    • Republican mural, Westland St., Derry, 1983. Graffiti refers to controversy over name of the city - Londonderry, the name given by the pro-British colonists in the 17th century, and Derry, the name used by nationalists and Republicans. The name of...


    • 1983
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    • Mural painting and decoration; Republican; Derry (Northern Ireland); Londonderry
    • Republican mural, Rossville St., Derry, 1983. Graffiti refers to controversy over name of the city - Londonderry, the name given by the pro-British colonists in the 17th century, and Derry, the name used by nationalists and Republicans. The name of...


    • 1983
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    • Mural painting and decoration; Republican; Derry (Northern Ireland); Londonderry
    • Republican mural, Free Derry Corner, corner of Lecky St and Fahan St, Derry, 1983. Graffiti refers to controversy over name of the city - Londonderry, the name given by the pro-British colonists in the 17th century, and Derry, the name used by...


    • 1983
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    • Mural painting and decoration; Republican; Fianna Éireann; Sinn Féin
    • Republican mural, Westland St., Derry, 1983. Recruitment mural for Fianna [na h]Éireann - youth wing of IRA. Posters below from election posters from 1983 British General Election showing Social Democratic and Labour Party MP John Hume (rival...


    • 1996
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    • Mural painting and decoration; Republican; History; Revisionism
    • Murals, Republican, Oakman Street, Falls, West Belfast, 1996. Republican intervention in the revisionist debates on Irish history, with quote from Miriam Daly, lecturer in economic and social history at Queen's University Belfast and member of the...


    • 1996
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    • Mural painting and decoration; Republican; History; Revisionism
    • Murals, Republican, Oakman Street, Falls, West Belfast, 1996. Republican intervention in the revisionist debates on Irish history, with quote from Miriam Daly, lecturer in economic and social history at Queen's University Belfast and member of the...


    • 1989
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    • Mural painting and decoration; Republican; Irish Republican Socialist Party; Irish National Liberation Army; Frente Sandinista de Liberación Nacional
    • Republican mural, Lower Falls/Divis, West Belfast, 1989. Graffiti in support of Irish Republican Socialist Party and its military wing, the Irish National Liberation Army, with reference to FSLN (Frente Sandinista de Liberación Nacional) - the...


    • 1983
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    • Mural painting and decoration; Republican; Sinn Féin
    • Republican mural, Beechmount Avenue, West Belfast, 1983. Sinn Féin election mural for Belfast City elections 1983, Alex Maskey elected; 'Maskey 1'; slogan 'Parliament is the Political Wing of the British Army' (response to charges that Sinn Féin...

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