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Ireland's British Troubles

Troops and UDA members on joint patrol at Clon Duff Drive in Castlereagh Road area of Belfast,

British soldiers in Belfast 1969

Newly arrived British soldiers stand on guard in the Catholic Fall's Road area of Belfast, 1969

British troops of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders with armoured cars in the city of Belfast in Northern Ireland on routine patrol. Ref #: PA.1243345

THE TROUBLES British troops of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders with armoured cars in the city of Belfast in Northern Ireland on routine patrol.

British troops prepare to move an overturned and wrecked car, used as a barricade in Newtownwards Road in Belfast, capital of Northern Ireland in May 1974, during the strike called by members of the Ulster Workers Council. (AP Photo) Ref #: PA.10990748

British troops prepare to move an overturned and wrecked car, used as a barricade in Newtownwards Road in Belfast, capital of Northern Ireland in May during the strike called by members of the Ulster Workers Council. (AP Photo) Ref

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

British troops in Belfast, Northern Ireland stand outside a new all weather shelter in October 1969. (AP Photo/Peter Kemp)  Date: 01/10/1969

British troops in Belfast, Northern Ireland stand outside a new all weather shelter in October (AP Photo/Peter Kemp) Date:

A British soldier lets a young boy look through the sights of his rifle in Belfast, 1981

Northern Ireland, May 1981 - A British soldier lets a young boy look through the SUIT sight attached to his rifle SLR in Belfast

Bloody Sunday

Thirteen people were killed when British paratroopers opened fire on a civil rights march in Derry on Sunday 30 January

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