Ireland Unfree Shall Never Be At Peace


Silhouette of a republican paramilitary holding a Thompson sub-machine-gun, attempting to win freedom for a tricoloured Ireland encircled by barbed wire. Ballycolman, Strabane.


Copyright © 1989 Peter Moloney






Three of four parts of a long mural about censorship. In the first, a pair of “Censor Ltd” scissors cut the cord to the microphone of a speaker who is also gagged. The second gives figures making the case for the under-representation of Sinn Féin in government: 1 MP, 40[%] nationalist elec[torate?], 56 [city/district] council[lors]. Just out of view to the right of “Censored” is “Britain ignores the voice of arguement.” Ballycolman, Strabane. For the image on which the first panel is based, see Many Have Eyes.

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Copyright © 1989 Peter Moloney

Support The Prisoners/Hunger Strike


A two-panel wall in Ballycolman, Strabane. On one side, a prison guard looms over a blanket man; on the other, the names and dates of death of the 1981 hunger strikers: Bobby Sands MP 5th May, Francies Hughes 12th May, Raymond McCreesh 21st May, Patsy O’Hara 21st May, Joe McDonnell 8th July, Martin Hurson 13th July, Kevin Lynch 1st Aug, Kieran Doherty TD 2nd Aug, Tom McElwee 8th Aug, Mickey Devine 20th Aug.


Copyright © 1989 Peter Moloney

H Block Martyrs


The ten deceased hunger strikers are named alongside a celtic cross with “saoirse” on a scroll, a tricolour and Starry Plough. Ballycolman, Strabane. Bobby Sands OC MP, Francies Hughes, Ray McCreesh, Patsy O’Hara, Joe McDonnell, Martin Hurson, Kevin Lynch, Kieran Doherty TD, Tom McElwee, Mickey Devine.


Copyright © 1989 Peter Moloney