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British soldier keeps vigil at a vantage point overlooking the Belfast Docks in Northern Ireland in February 1975. (AP Photo) Ref #: PA.10990786

British soldier keeps vigil at a vantage point overlooking the Belfast Docks in Northern Ireland in February 1975. (AP Photo) Ref #: PA.10990786

Ferret armoured cars of the British Army Ref #: PA.7427666 Date: 31/07/1972

Ferret armoured cars of the British Army Ref #: PA.7427666 Date: 31/07/1972

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

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

Armoured vehicles enter Derry/Londonderry on 31 July 1972 as part of Operation Motorman

Armoured vehicles enter Derry/Londonderry on 31 July 1972 as part of Operation Motorman

rideoutprotectorsoftherealm:  Soldiers of 1 Battalion, Royal Anglian Regiment and a British Army Snatch Land Rover accompany an officer of the Royal Ulster Constabulary on patrol in Belfast in 1997.

rideoutprotectorsoftherealm: Soldiers of 1 Battalion, Royal Anglian Regiment and a British Army Snatch Land Rover accompany an officer of the Royal Ulster Constabulary on patrol in Belfast in 1997.

© Chris Steele-Perkins, 1978, Falls road, Catholic West Belfast, Northern Ireland  Hijacked vehicle burns tin the background marking the anniversary of the British Policy of internment without trial.

© Chris Steele-Perkins, 1978, Falls road, Catholic West Belfast, Northern Ireland Hijacked vehicle burns tin the background marking the anniversary of the British Policy of internment without trial.

A British soldier, and residents of Alliance Parade, Belfast, Northern Ireland, examine the remains of a car bomb which severely damaged their homes in Belfast on July 14, 1972. (AP Photo/Peter Kemp) Ref #: PA.10778610

A British soldier, and residents of Alliance Parade, Belfast, Northern Ireland, examine the remains of a car bomb which severely damaged their homes in Belfast on July 14, 1972. (AP Photo/Peter Kemp) Ref #: PA.10778610

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