The Falls Curfew

“I ndíl chuihmne William Burns, died 3-7-70, Charles O’Neill 3-7-70, Zbigniew Uglik 4-7-70, Patrick Elliman 11-7-70, murdered by the British Army during the Falls Curfew of July 3-5 1970. The curfew was finally broken by the courage and determination of the women of Belfast.”

Falls Road, Belfast. The plaque for a time moved to the international wall (see the mural to Máire Drumm and the ending of the Falls Curfew) before returning to this spot (next to Elaine’s/Falls Rolls – see Ár Tae Will Come).


Copyright © 2006 Peter Moloney


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