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Bobby Sands aged 27, died on May 5 1981 at Longkesh prison in the North of Ireland, on day 66 of his hunger strike.  ps Only after the 10 men had died, did maggie thatcher give them their demands.....

Celebrating Margaret Thatcher’s Death: Is it right or wrong?

On May Bobby Sands (right) died on hunger strike at Long Kesh prison. He had begun the strike on March in protest over the removal of political status for IRA prisoners.

ON April 10, 1981, IRA prisoner and hunger striker Bobby Sands was elected to Westminster as the MP for Fermanagh and South Tyrone. Bobby Sand's victory was the second time the voters of Fermanagh and South Tyrone had elected a republican prisoner as their MP. The first, Philip Clarke, in 1955, was disqualified because the law then did not allow convicts to take up political office...

1981: IRA Hunger Striker Bobby Sands Elected To Westminster As MP for Fermanagh and South Tyrone

IRA Hunger Striker Bobby Sands Elected To Westminster As MP for Fermanagh and South Tyrone - Flashbak

Young rioters in Belfast during the hunger strike of Bobby Sands, 1981. - Imgur

Young rioters in Belfast during the hunger strike of Bobby Sands, 1981. [1024x685]

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Funerali di Bobby Sands

Funerali di Bobby Sands

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Time Tactics of Terror This 1971 Time Magazine featured the Irish Republican Army, later called the Irish National Liberation Army.

Bobby Sands.

Bobby Sands.

May 5, 1981 Irish Republican Army hunger-striker Bobby Sands died at the Maze Prison in Northern Ireland on his 66th day without food. He had just been elected to a seat in Parliament while still serving the last of a 14-year sentence for possession of firearms.    “Our revenge will be our children’s smiles.” - Bobby Sands

May 1981 Irish Republican Army hunger-striker Bobby Sands died at the Maze Prison in Northern Ireland on his day without food. He had just been elected to a seat in Parliament while still serving the last of a sentence for possession of firearms.

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GBNF TAL81

Absent depuis quelques années en France, son dernier roman traduit en français, Retour de flammes, qui clôturait la trilogie consacrée à Michael Forsythe, ayant paru en 2009, Adrian McKinty revient à la fois dans notre paysage éditorial et chez lui, à...

Adrian McKinty : Une terre si froide - Ed.

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Brendan Hughes was an IRA fighter who for much of his life pitted himself against the British presence in Northern Ireland but latterly became a bitter critic of the republican movement

Bobby Sands

Bobby Sands

A young boy is held by British soldiers from the Gloucester Regiment after he was caught in the act of hurling stones at a Saracen Armoured Personal Carrier in the IRA (Irish Republican Army) stronghold, the lower Falls Road area, March 1972, Belfast, Northern Ireland. The boy claimed he was paid by extremists to toss rocks at the British troops.

A young boy is held by British soldiers from the Gloucester Regiment after he was caught in the act of hurling stones at a Saracen Armoured Personal Carrier in the IRA (Irish Republican Army).

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Belfast & Derry Murals - Irish Cultural Society of the Garden City Area

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Mixed Heroes

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