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Banned Derry Civil Rights march broken up by RUC batons in presence of Gerry Fitt MP, three British Labour MPs and television crew. Two nights of rioting ensued. 1968.

Banned Derry Civil Rights march broken up by RUC batons in presence of Gerry Fitt MP, three British Labour MPs and television crew. Two nights of rioting ensued.

She survived an assassination attempt, but Bernadette Devlin is best remembered as the 21-year-old Irish republican who strode across the floor of the House of Commons to punch [the] home secretary of the Conservative ­govt [for suggesting] the ­British army had fired only in ­self-defence on Bloody Sunday when they shot dead 13 civil rights ­protesters. A new ­documentary, "Bernadette: Notes on a ­Political Journey," ­revisits...Devlin's role as a human rights campaigner and radical…

A new film asks 'where is Bernadette Devlin?'

British Soldiers patrol a road leading out of the Irish Republican stronghold of Crossmaglen, September 1985

British Soldiers patrol a road leading out of the Irish Republican stronghold of Crossmaglen, September 1985

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Children taunt a British soldier in Londonderry, Northern Ireland after an explosion in city centre on 13 April 1972

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Local children taunt a British soldier as he stands guard in Londonderry, Northern Ireland on April after an explosion in the city center. (AP Photo/Michel Lipchitz) Photos of the British Army in Northern Ireland - - Flashbak

Provisional IRA border unit on maneuvers in South Armagh, N Ireland, February 1977. The men and women volunteers are seen using a variety of weapons i.e. a 50 mm Browning machine gun, a 30 mm machine gun and other automatic weapons. 1977.....P

Provisional IRA border unit on maneuvers in South Armagh, N Ireland, February The men and women volunteers are seen using a variety of weapons i. a 50 mm Browning machine gun, a 30 mm machine gun and other automatic weapons.

IRA. 1971. Unattributed.

Belfast Brigade of the Provisional IRA was the largest of the organisation's command areas . By July ten soldiers had died at the hands of the IRA in the city.

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