Robert Dougan

South Belfast UDA commander Robert Dougan killed by the IRA on February 10th, 1998 while sitting in a car outside Balmoral Textiles in Dunmurry, two months before the Good Friday Agreement was signed. “Murdered by the enemies 10th February 1998. In memory of our fallen comrade – gone but not forgotten. Quis separabit.” Blythe Street, Belfast

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The 300th Anniversary Of The Battle Of The Boyne

The King William III Prince of Orange mural is repainted and to it are added the UYM emblem and a set of flags of England, Scotland, and Northern Ireland. Most significantly, however, the modern-day gunman on the right has been replaced by another Williamite soldier. Seen previously in 1990 | 1991.

Blythe Street, Belfast

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Brigadier John McMichael

UDA “Brigadier John McMichael, murdered by the enemies 22nd December 1987. “We forget him not.”” McMichael was killed by a car bomb planted by the IRA, perhaps on intelligence received from inside the UDA. He was a Northern Ireland separatist and author of Beyond The Religious Divide and Common Sense.

Blythe Street, Belfast

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Their Name Liveth For Evermore

The 36th (Ulster) Division included men from the Ulster Volunteers and Young Citizen Volunteers, raised by Sir Edward Carson (depicted at the bottom). The south Belfast areas listed under each poppy are Donegall Road, Lisburn Road, Village, Ormeau Road, Donegall Road, Sandy Row. For the biblical quotation, see the original (2001) post on this Apsley Street, Belfast, board.

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