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  • All fields: troops
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    • 1973
    • 2010
    • Republican; Mural painting and decoration
    • Republican memorial, Culdee Terrace, Armagh, 1973. Plaque: 'In loving memory of Anthony John Hughes shot dead at this spot by British troops 9th April 1973, aged 19 years R.I.P.'


    • 1974; 2004
    • 2010
    • Republican; Memorials
    • Republican memorial, Culdee Terrace, Armagh, 1974/2004. Memorial stone to Official IRA Volunteers killed by British Army April 1973. Portrait of Antoine Seán Mac Aodh/Anthony John Hughes; 'Antoine Seán Mac Aodh Ceathru Máistir Ceannas Ard Mhacha...


    • 1974; 2004
    • 2010
    • Republican; Memorials;
    • Republican memorial, Culdee Terrace, Armagh, 1974/2004. Memorial stone to Official IRA Volunteers killed by British Army April 1973. Portrait of Peadar Séamus Mac Eireagain Óglach in Óglaigh na hÉireann Fian Ard Mhacha na Fianna Eireann Ball na...


    • 1981
    •  
    • Mural painting and decoration; Republican
    • Republican mural, Lenadoon Avenue, Andersonstown, West Belfast, 1981. Quotation from poem by Patrick Galvin, 'Letter to a British soldier on Irish soil': 'When you came to this land/You said you came to understand/Soldier we're tired of your...


    • 1981
    •  
    • Mural painting and decoration; Republican
    • Republican mural, Lenadoon Avenue, Andersonstown, West Belfast, 1981. Quotation from poem by Patrick Galvin, 'Letter to a British soldier on Irish soil': 'When you came to this land/You said you came to understand/Soldier we're tired of your...


    • 1989
    •  
    • Street Signs; Republican; Sinn Féin
    • Republican street signs, Falls Road, West Belfast, 1989. Posters advertising Troops Out march, August 1989 (anniversary of internment commemoration), speaker SF President Gerry Adams; 'Sasain Amach' (Gaelic- Brits Out). Map of Ireland - 'Censored';...


    • 1989
    •  
    • Mural painting and decoration; Republican; Violence
    • Republican Mural, Beechmount Avenue, West Belfast, 1989. Second of series of images representing colonial violence in Ireland; here colonial Royal Ulster Constabulary policeman beats prisoners, while British troops place other victims on the start...


    • 1989
    •  
    • Mural painting and decoration; Republican; Graffiti; Great Britain. Army
    • Republican graffiti, Lenadoon Avenue, Suffolk, West Belfast, 1989. Originally painted in 1981. Extract from Patrick Galvin's poem, 'Letter to a British Soldier on Irish Soil'; 'When you came to this land/ You said you came to understand/ Soldier...


    • 1989
    •  
    • Mural painting and decoration; Republican; Slogans
    • Republican mural, Andersonstown Road, West Belfast, 1989. 'Give Peace a Chance/ Troops Out'. Mural painted over another mural with Republican phoenix rising from the ashes. Posters for Troops Out March - anniversary of Internment march, and Féile...


    • 1989
    •  
    • Memorials; Nationalist; Republican; Derry (Northern Ireland); Bloody Sunday, Derry, Northern Ireland, 1972
    • Republican/Nationalist memorial, Bogside, Derry, 1989. Memorial to the 14 unarmed civilians shot dead by British troops in Derry/Londonderry on Bloody Sunday, 30th January 1972.


    • 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, Moscow St./ Shankill Rd., West Belfast, 2002. 'Sir Edward Carson Reviews West Belfast U.V.F. (Glencairn) 6th June 1914'; portrait of Carson raising his hat to troops; insignia 1st Batt. UVF and 1st Batt. 'A' Coy UVF also shown.


    • 2005
    •  
    • Plaques, plaquettes; Bullets; McCabe, Norah; Troops Out Movement; Relatives for Justice
    • Plaque, Islandbawn St., Beechmount, West Belfast. Plaque commemorates deaths of people killed by rubber and plastic bullets; 'This mural is dedicated to Norah McCabe and all the victims maimed and murdered by Rubber and Plastic Bullets used by the...


    • 2008
    • 2010
    • Republican; Graffiti; Mural painting and decoration
    • Republican graffiti, Slemish Way, Andersonstown, West Belfast, 2008. 'Éirígí There Are More British Troops in Ireland Than In Iraq'. Stencilled graffiti; Éirígí is a Socialist Republican political group.


    • 2008
    • 2008
    • Republican; Mural painting and decoration
    • Republican mural, Ardoyne Ave., Ardoyne, 2008. Black Taxi driver memorial (replaces earlier mural); scenes from the Troubles; bottom left clockwise: tourists taking photos from taxi; taxi on hunger strike dirty protest; taxi driver being arrested...


    • 2010
    • 2010
    • Loyalist; Street art
    • Loyalist street art, Charlotte St./Donegall Pass, South Belfast, 2010. 'Donegall Pass Supports Our Troops'.


    • 2010
    • 2010
    • Loyalist; Graffiti
    • Loyalist graffiti, Rockview St., The Village, South Belfast, 2010. 'Loyalist Village Supports Our Troops'; 'UVF'; 'PSNI Out".


    • 2010
    • 2010
    • Loyalist; Mural painting and decoration
    • Unionist/ Loyalist mural, Moltke Street, The Village, South Belfast, 2010. Mural depicts scene from Somme, with yellow ribbon 'We Support Our Troops'.

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