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N.IRELAND. Belfast. Catholic West Belfast, Falls Road. Hijacked vehicle burns in the background marking the anniversary of the British Policy of internment without trial. 1978.

N.IRELAND. Belfast. Catholic West Belfast, Falls Road. Hijacked vehicle burns in the background marking the anniversary of the British Policy of internment without trial. 1978.

This Day in History: May 30, 1913: The First Balkan War ends http://dingeengoete.blogspot.com/2013/05/this-day-in-history-may-30-1913-first.html

This Day in History: May 30, 1913: The First Balkan War ends http://dingeengoete.blogspot.com/2013/05/this-day-in-history-may-30-1913-first.html

Images from the Belfast Telegraph Troubles Gallery. Belfast IRA man on patrol in West Belfast 1987 - Pacemaker

Images from the Belfast Telegraph Troubles Gallery. Belfast IRA man on patrol in West Belfast 1987 - Pacemaker

1981:  Schoolboys in a Catholic area of Belfast at play on the streets near a British soldier on patrol

1981: Schoolboys in a Catholic area of Belfast at play on the streets near a British soldier on patrol

During World War II, Lithuanians murdering Jews with steel bars.

During World War II, Lithuanians murdering Jews with steel bars.

A child points a stick gun at a British soldier in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Photo by Stan Grossfeld.

A child points a stick gun at a British soldier in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Photo by Stan Grossfeld.

Charred corpses lie along the electrified fence at Erla Camp No. 3, a subcamp of Buchenwald.  These corpses are probably those of would-be escapees, though the lethal charge in the fence was an easy and relatively painless option for suicides. One out of four people passing through the entrance of Buchenwald never left.

Charred corpses lie along the electrified fence at Erla Camp No. 3, a subcamp of Buchenwald. These corpses are probably those of would-be escapees, though the lethal charge in the fence was an easy and relatively painless option for suicides. One out of four people passing through the entrance of Buchenwald never left.

April 24, 1916: Easter Rebellion begins.On this day in 1916, on Easter Monday in Dublin, the Irish Republican Brotherhood, a secret organization of Irish nationalists led by Patrick Pearse, launches the so-called Easter Rebellion, an armed uprising against British rule.

April 24, 1916: Easter Rebellion begins.On this day in 1916, on Easter Monday in Dublin, the Irish Republican Brotherhood, a secret organization of Irish nationalists led by Patrick Pearse, launches the so-called Easter Rebellion, an armed uprising against British rule.

Without informing the public, the FBI poisoned liquor with methane, formaldehyde, ammonia, arsenic, propene (which destroys intestines, kidneys, and liver if consumed), acetone (paint thinner) and kerosene during Prohibition (1920-1933) for the purpose of “dissuading” people from using alcohol when they realized prohibition was unenforceable.

Without informing the public, the FBI poisoned liquor with methane, formaldehyde, ammonia, arsenic, propene (which destroys intestines, kidneys, and liver if consumed), acetone (paint thinner) and kerosene during Prohibition (1920-1933) for the purpose of “dissuading” people from using alcohol when they realized prohibition was unenforceable.

The Omagh bombing happened Saturday, August 15, 1998 in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. A car bomb was detonated, killing 29 and injuring hundreds more. The attack was perpetrated by the Real IRA.

The Omagh bombing happened Saturday, August 15, 1998 in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. A car bomb was detonated, killing 29 and injuring hundreds more. The attack was perpetrated by the Real IRA.