Northern Ireland

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Subpage(s)Northern Ireland/Minister of Education



Bloody Sunday (1972)A shooting of unarmed civil rights protesters and bystanders by the British Army.
Good Friday AgreementA major political development in the Northern Ireland peace process of the 1990
Miami Showband massacre
Omagh bombing


Groups Headquartered Here

A Group Headquartered HereDescription
14th Intelligence CompanyA secretive unit of the British Army used to put SAS and SAS trained personnel on the streets in Northern Ireland while being able to pretend that the SAS were not deployed there.
Democratic Unionist PartyA unionist (protestant, pro-UK) political party in Northern Ireland
Military Reaction Force
Military Reconnaissance Force
University of UlsterThe largest university in Northern Ireland


Related Documents

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:Cabinet Publicity Committeebook extract1994David Miller
Document:Irish government shocked at shooting by British Armyarticle3 January 2005Eamon Phoenix
Document:John Weir Affidavitaffidavit3 January 1999John Weir
Document:Real Lives - Extract from Don't Mention the Warbook extract1994David Miller
Document:The British Media and Gibraltarbook extract1994David Miller
Document:The Committeebook extract1994David Miller
Document:The Killing Years in Irelandarticle3 February 2001'Maharajah'
Document:United States, Canada, Britain: Partners in mind-control operationsarticleJuly 1996Armen Victorian
Document:We got ourselves a readerwebpage'Chuckyman'Solid insights into the march towards police state status in much of the Western world from someone who experienced them first hand in Northern Ireland
File:Countergangs1971-76.pdfbookNovember 2012Margaret Urwin


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