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  • THE BRITISH ARMY IN NORTHERN IRELAND, 1969 - 2007

    THE BRITISH ARMY IN NORTHERN IRELAND, 1969 - 2007

    part of "BRITISH POST-1945 OFFICIAL CLASSIFIED PRINT COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: British Army official photographer

    MH 30550

    Corporal Les Smart, 3rd Battalion The Light Infantry, passes ruined terraced houses during a patrol of one of the Peace Lines in Belfast in 1977.

  • THE BRITISH ARMY IN NORTHERN IRELAND, 1969 - 2007

    THE BRITISH ARMY IN NORTHERN IRELAND, 1969 - 2007

    part of "MINISTRY OF DEFENCE HQ LAND COMMAND" (photographs) Made by: British Army official photographer

    HU 98348

    A soldier of 1st Royal Green Jackets patrols the Shankill Road in support of the Royal Ulster Constabulary in response to Loyalist disturbances in the area, August 2000.

  • THE BERLIN WALL, 1989

    THE BERLIN WALL, 1989

    part of "THE BERLIN INFANTRY BRIGADE COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: British Army official photographer

    HU 73014

    The demolition of the Berlin Wall, 1989.

  • THE BRITISH ARMY IN NORTHERN IRELAND, 1969 - 2007

    THE BRITISH ARMY IN NORTHERN IRELAND, 1969 - 2007

    part of "MINISTRY OF DEFENCE HQ LAND COMMAND" (photographs) Made by: British Army official photographer

    HU 98383

    Aerial view of devastation in Omagh after a 500lb car bomb was detonated in the town centre on 15 August 1998 by a dissident Republican Force known as The Real IRA. The Omagh bombing was the single worst terrorist atrocity to occur in Northern Ireland...

  • THE BRITISH ARMY IN NORTHERN IRELAND, 1969 - 2007

    THE BRITISH ARMY IN NORTHERN IRELAND, 1969 - 2007

    part of "MINISTRY OF DEFENCE HQ LAND COMMAND" (photographs) Made by: British Army official photographer

    HU 98346

    A soldier of 1st Royal Green Jackets patrols the Shankill Road in support of the Royal Ulster Constabulary following Loyalist disturbances in the area, August 2000. Broken shop windows can be seen behind the soldier.

  • THE BRITISH ARMY IN NORTHERN IRELAND, 1969 - 2007

    THE BRITISH ARMY IN NORTHERN IRELAND, 1969 - 2007

    part of "MINISTRY OF DEFENCE HQ LAND COMMAND" (photographs) Made by: British Army official photographer

    HU 98347

    A soldier of 1st Royal Green Jackets patrols the Shankill Road in support of the Royal Ulster Constabulary in response to Loyalist disturbances in the area, August 2000. A sectarian slogan is painted on the wall behind the slogan.

  • THE BRITISH ARMY IN NORTHERN IRELAND, 1969 - 2007

    THE BRITISH ARMY IN NORTHERN IRELAND, 1969 - 2007

    part of "MINISTRY OF DEFENCE HQ LAND COMMAND" (photographs) Made by: British Army official photographer

    HU 98372

    Scene at the British Army's headquarters at Thiepval Barracks, Lisburn following the detonation of two car bombs by the Irish Republican Army on 7 October 1996. The bombs were detonated without warning in a secure area of the base. One soldier was...

  • THE BRITISH ARMY IN NORTHERN IRELAND, 1969 - 2007

    THE BRITISH ARMY IN NORTHERN IRELAND, 1969 - 2007

    part of "TIMBERS M (SGT)" (photographs) Made by: British Army official photographer

    CT 586

    A British soldier on patrol passes the ruins of a burnt out house on the main road into Newry.

  • THE BRITISH ARMY IN NORTHERN IRELAND, 1969 - 2007

    THE BRITISH ARMY IN NORTHERN IRELAND, 1969 - 2007

    part of "MINISTRY OF DEFENCE HQ LAND COMMAND" (photographs) Made by: British Army official photographer

    HU 98374

    The remains of the Medical Centre at the British Army's headquarters at Thiepval Barracks, Lisburn following the detonation of two car bombs by the Irish Republican Army on 7 October 1996. A burnt out car, possibly one of those containing bombs,...

  • THE BRITISH ARMY IN NORTHERN IRELAND, 1969 - 2007

    THE BRITISH ARMY IN NORTHERN IRELAND, 1969 - 2007

    part of "MINISTRY OF DEFENCE HQ LAND COMMAND" (photographs) Made by: British Army official photographer

    HU 98382

    Aerial view of devastation in Omagh after a 500lb car bomb was detonated in the town centre on 15 August 1998 by a dissident Republican Force known as The Real IRA. The Omagh bombing was the single worst terrorist atrocity to occur in Northern Ireland...

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