*  1969 in Northern Ireland - Wikipedia
Prime Minister of Northern Ireland, calls for the mobilisation of British troops on the streets of Northern Ireland: start of ... hardline Protestant leader in Northern Ireland, is jailed for three months for illegal assembly. 24 February - Northern Ireland ... British troops arrive in Northern Ireland to reinforce the Royal Ulster Constabulary. 28 April - Prime Minister of Northern ... 1 August - A huge protest rally over events in Northern Ireland is held outside the General Post Office, Dublin. The crowd ...
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*  Northern Ireland general election, 1969 - Wikipedia
It was the last election to the Parliament of Northern Ireland before its abolition by the Northern Ireland Constitution Act ... The Northern Ireland general election, 1969 was held on Monday 24 February 1969. ... List of members of the 12th Parliament of Northern Ireland 23 Ulster Unionist MPs were pro-O'Neill, while 13 of them were anti- ...
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*  Theft Act (Northern Ireland) 1969 - Wikipedia
... is an Act of the Parliament of Northern Ireland. It makes criminal law provisions for Northern Ireland similar to those made in ... The Theft Act (Northern Ireland) 1969, section 33(1) The Theft Act (Northern Ireland) 1969, as amended from the National ...
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*  Census Act (Northern Ireland) 1969 - Wikipedia
The Census Act (Northern Ireland) 1969 (1969 c. 8) was an Act of the Parliament of Northern Ireland, passed 24 June 1969. It ... It remains the primary legislation for conducting censuses in Northern Ireland. The Schedule to the Act list the 'Matters in ... Census in the United Kingdom NI 2001 Census Evaluation Report - Legislation, Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency. ... enabled ministers to order a census of population in Northern Ireland at intervals of five years or more. The Act shares ...
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*  Mid Down (Northern Ireland Parliament constituency) - Wikipedia
Northern Ireland Parliamentary Election results: Constituency Boundaries Northern Ireland Parliamentary Election Results: ... Northern Ireland) 1929 introduced first-past-the-post elections throughout Northern Ireland. Mid Down was created by the ... It was only contested on one occasion, by a Northern Ireland Labour Party candidate who received only 23% of the votes cast. At ... It returned one Member of Parliament until the Parliament of Northern Ireland was temporarily suspended in 1972, and then ...
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*  1972 in Northern Ireland - Wikipedia
The Planning (Northern Ireland) Order first provides for listed buildings in Northern Ireland. Seamus Deane's poetry Gradual ... 9 February - A day of disruption takes place in Northern Ireland as people take to the streets in protest. 10 February - The ... 28 March - Northern Ireland Parliament suspended after Prime Minister Brian Faulkner resigns. Direct rule introduced. 19 April ... 25 September - Darlington conference on the future of Northern Ireland opens. 1972 is the worst year for casualties in The ...
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*  West Tyrone (Northern Ireland Parliament constituency) - Wikipedia
Northern Ireland Parliamentary Election results: Constituency Boundaries Northern Ireland Parliamentary Election Results: ... Northern Ireland) 1929 introduced first-past-the-post elections throughout Northern Ireland. West Tyrone was created by the ... 1938 and 1945 Northern Ireland general elections, Alex Donnelly was elected unopposed. At the Northern Ireland general election ... The constituency survived unchanged, returning one member of Parliament until the Parliament of Northern Ireland was ...
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*  Social Democratic and Labour Party - Wikipedia
Demography and politics of Northern Ireland Labour Party in Northern Ireland Wolfram Nordsieck. "Parties and Elections in ... Northern Ireland's constitutional status could only come with the agreement of the majority of the people of Northern Ireland. ... they published a document outlining their plans for a politically united Ireland. Their decline in Northern Ireland outside of ... In Northern Ireland, the wearing of poppies is controversial. It is seen by many as a political symbol representing support for ...
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*  Belfast Windsor (Northern Ireland Parliament constituency) - Wikipedia
The Northern Ireland House of Commons, 1921-1972, Northern Ireland Elections Northern Ireland Parliamentary Elections Results: ... Northern Ireland) 1929 introduced first past the post elections throughout Northern Ireland. Belfast Windsor was created by the ... At the 1949 and 1953 Northern Ireland general elections, Archibald Wilson was elected unopposed. At the Belfast Windsor by- ... It survived unchanged, returning one member of Parliament, until the Parliament of Northern Ireland was temporarily suspended ...
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*  Emma Groves - Wikipedia
They also compiled information on the statistics relating to usage of plastic bullets in Northern Ireland. In 1976, rubber ... Congressional Briefing Paper, April 1993 - The Use of Plastic Bullets in Northern Ireland Archived 2 February 2011 at WebCite ... "unsparingly in Northern Ireland". In 1981, during the hunger strikes, large numbers of people took to the streets to show their ... Northern Ireland 1969-1997. ISBN 1-85635-235-8. "Death of Emma Groves". Relatives for Justice. 2 April 2007. The Royal Ulster ...
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*  Aidan McAnespie - Wikipedia
In June 2008, the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) Historical Enquiries Team published its findings on the case. The ... McAnespie was born into a Catholic family in Aughnacloy, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland, a small town with a Protestant ... McKittrick, David (2007). Lost Lives: The Stories of the Men, Women and Children Who Died Through the Northern Ireland Troubles ... Henry McDonald (21 January 2016). "Decision not to prosecute soldier over Northern Ireland killing to be reviewed". The ...
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*  1969 in Scotland - Wikipedia
"Brora Coalfield". Northern Mine Research Society. Retrieved 2016-08-20. "John Lennon crashes his car in Scotland". The Beatles ... 1969 in Northern Ireland Mayland, Jean (1999). "Pilgrimage to Priesthood and Beyond". In MacLeod, Iain Orr. In Good Company: ... Events from the year 1969 in Scotland. Monarch - Elizabeth II Secretary of State for Scotland and Keeper of the Great Seal - ...
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*  1990 British Army Gazelle shootdown - Wikipedia
... along the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. It took place between Augher in County Tyrone and ... As usual during the KOSB tour in Northern Ireland, the soldiers would be backed up by a helicopter. The main mission of the ... It was the first helicopter brought down in Northern Ireland by hostile fire since June 1988, when a Lynx was brought down in ... Peter Isaacson, 1990 Ripley, Tim and Chappel, Mike (1993). Security forces in Northern Ireland (1969-92). Osprey, p. 22. ISBN 1 ...
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*  Drummuckavall Ambush - Wikipedia
During the mid-1970s, the most violent decade of the Troubles in Northern Ireland, the monitoring of the border between south ... Shortly after the attack, Merlyn Rees, then Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, issued a famous statement dubbing South ... The next year, the British Government declared it was deploying the Special Air Service (SAS) in Northern Ireland, although ... Security forces in Northern Ireland (1969-92). Osprey, p. 46. ISBN 1-85532-278-1 Harnden, p.254 "'Before the towers went in ...
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*  List of cases of police brutality - Wikipedia
24 March 1922: The McMahon murders in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Officers of the Ulster Special Constabulary (USC) broke into a ... 1 April 1922: The Arnon Street killings in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Ten officers of the Ulster Special Constabulary (USC) ... Northern Ireland. During rioting between Irish nationalists and the Royal Ulster Constabulary (RUC), RUC officers broke into ... Northern Ireland. Catholic civilian Francis McCloskey (67) was beaten with batons by Royal Ulster Constabulary (RUC) officers ...
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*  Bird-class patrol vessel - Wikipedia
House of Commons Deb, 19 June 1978 c38 Ripley, Tim and Chappel, Mike (1993). Security forces in Northern Ireland (1969-92). ... Kingfisher, Redpole and Cygnet were assigned to Northern Ireland Squadron to replace the older Ton class minesweepers. The ...
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*  Barrack buster - Wikipedia
ISBN 0-7165-2895-9 Ripley, Tim and Chappel, Mike (1993). Security forces in Northern Ireland (1969-92). Osprey. ISBN 1-85532- ... ISBN 0-413-77223-3 Smith, Steve (2006). 3-2-1 Bomb Gone: Fighting Terrorist Bombers in Northern Ireland, Sutton Publishing. ... Northern Ireland, injuring a number of Royal Ulster Constabulary officers. The barrack buster belongs to a series of home-made ... IRA's mortar campaign in the late 1980s forced the British government to increase the number of army troops in Northern Ireland ...
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*  Crips and Bloods: Made in America - Wikipedia
"Deaths in the Northern Ireland conflict since 1969". The Guardian. The Guardian. Retrieved 14 August 2015. "New job for an old ... a total that is five times greater than those lost during Ireland's sectarian conflict. However, per capita the Northern Irish ... Crips were founded by Raymond Washington and Stanley Tookie Williams in Los Angeles, California, in 1969. Washington and ...
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*  Martyn Jope - Wikipedia
E. M. Jope: Ancient monuments of Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland Ministry, Nr. 2, 1969. J.Z. Young, Royal Society (Great ...
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*  David Holmes | Encyclopedia.com
Northern Ireland [1].Addresses:Agent-First Artists Management, 16000 Ventura Blvd., Suite 605, Encino, CA 91436.Career:Composer ... Northern Ireland. He was born into an era of emerging electronic musical forms which were prefaced by 1950s funk and later by ... Born February 14, 1969, in Belfast, Northern Ireland.. Addresses:. Agent-First Artists Management, 16000 Ventura Blvd., Suite ... Holmes, David 1969- Contemporary Theatre, Film and Television COPYRIGHT 2004 The Gale Group, Inc. ...
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*  Raymond McCreesh - Wikipedia
Lost Lives: The Stories of the Men, Women, and Children who Died as a Result of the Northern Ireland Troubles. Mainstream, 1999 ... The British Army in Northern Ireland. Guild Publishing. "Equality Commission to investigate play park IRA man naming". BBC News ... p.863 McFate, Montgomery (2014). Pax Britannica: British Counterinsurgency In Northern Ireland, 1969-1982. Raymond McCreesh ... the decision to name the park after McCreesh would be formally investigated by the Equality Commission for Northern Ireland. It ...
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*  Gilles Caron - Wikipedia
Northern Ireland in August 1969 to cover The Troubles. Czechoslovakia in August 1969 for the anniversary of the end of the ...
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*  1971 in Northern Ireland - Wikipedia
James Chichester-Clark resigns as Prime Minister of Northern Ireland. He is succeeded on 23 March by Brian Faulkner. 16 July - ... 27 September - Prime ministers Edward Heath, Jack Lynch and Brian Faulkner meet at Chequers to discuss the Northern Ireland ... Events during the year 1971 in Northern Ireland. Monarch - Elizabeth II 6 February - Gunner Robert Curtis becomes the first ... 9 August - Internment without trial is introduced in Northern Ireland. In Operation Demetrius, over 300 republicans are 'lifted ...
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*  1992 in Northern Ireland - Wikipedia
Events during the year 1992 in Northern Ireland. Monarch - Elizabeth II 20 January - Peter Brooke offers to resign as Secretary ... The Northern Ireland Troubles: Operation Banner 1969-2007. Oxford: Osprey Publishing. ISBN 978-1-84908-525-0. Sansom, Ian (21 ... of State for Northern Ireland following criticism of his singing on The Late Late Show only hours after a Provisional Irish ... Donegal subsequently defeat Dublin 0-18 to 0-14 to win the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship for the first time. New ...
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*  1977 in Northern Ireland - Wikipedia
Events during the year 1977 in Northern Ireland. Monarch - Elizabeth II The overt British Army lead in security policy is ... 10 August - Elizabeth II visits Northern Ireland as part of her Silver Jubilee celebrations under tight security. September - ... 3 March - Brian Faulkner, Baron Faulkner of Downpatrick, sixth and last Prime Minister of Northern Ireland, Ulster Unionist ... The Northern Ireland Troubles: Operation Banner 1969-2007. Oxford: Osprey Publishing. ISBN 978-1-84908-525-0. "A Chronology of ...
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