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War in Ireland, 1970s

"The Provisional Irish Republican Army (IRA) was an Irish republican paramilitary organisation that sought to remove Northern Ireland from the United Kingdom and bring about an independent republic encompassing all of Ireland.

A youth tarred and feathered tied to a lamp post in the Falls Road area of Belfast. He is one of three who received such treatment in the past 24 hours. Date: 10/01/1971

Northern Ireland Troubles 1971: Belfast In 50 Photos

A youth tarred and feathered tied to a lamp post in the Falls Road area of Belfast. He is one of three who received such treatment in the past 24 hours.

29 images du passé que vous n'avez probablement jamais vues... La 23 est complètement folle !

29 images du passé que vous n'avez probablement jamais vues... La 23 est complètement folle !

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Mods and Rockers rioting at the seaside, mini-skirts marking the sexual revolution and Punk’s ‘fuck you’ to Thatcher: this is how style changed Britain

Innocence amid violence: Northern Irish children take cover behind a British Army trooper during The Troubles in Belfast, 1986. Being next to the soldier could easily mean injury or death if the main target was to come under fire from IRA gunmen. Note the soldier's  L1A1 Self-Loading Rifle (known as the 'inch pattern FAL' in the US) the standard issue for the British Army in those days. Courtesy of http://wwii.picturesofwar.net/

Northern Irish children take cover behind a British Army trooper during The Troubles, Belfast, Northern Ireland,

La luchadora de la resistencia francesa de 18 años, Simone Ségouin, durante la liberación de París. [19 de agosto 1944]

Poderosas fotos de mujeres que cambiaron la historia reciente (Parte 1

A women of the French resistance movement who is a member of a patrol routing out Germans snipers still left in areas of Paris France on August 29 (carrying a German Schmeisser submachinegun or

British soldiers stand guard as a department store goes up in flames in the center of Londonderry, Northern Ireland, on Jan. 4, 1972. In center background, a fireman directs water into the blaze. The fire followed explosion of a bomb planted in the building by Irish Republican Army (IRA) terrorists. (AP Photo) Ref #: PA.4885228

Photos of the British Army in Northern Ireland - 1969-1979

Soldiers protect fire fighters attempting to put out a burning building which had been bombed by Irish Republican terrorists.

Anti-surveillance activists turn smashing CCTV cameras into a competitive game - CAMOVER

British soldier searching a Belfast teenager. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images). 1971

A British soldier searches a teenager in Belfast, Northern Ireland, during the Troubles in Photograph: Keystone/Getty Images

abustaif:    Asya, a Chechen rebel.  Itum-Kale, Tchétchénie, décembre 1996 - by Stanley Greene

Chechen War: Asya, a Chechen rebel. Itum-Kale, Tchétchénie, décembre 1996 - by Stanley Greene

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