1994 images of five (of six) adjacent panels in Ballycolman, Strabane. From left to right: We will meet force with force (1989 | 1990), Che Guevara – They may kill the revolutionary but never the revolution (1989 | 1990), Wear an Easter lily (1989 | 1990), James Connolly – Easter/Cáisc 1916 (1989), Óglaigh na hÉireann (1989), [out of shot: Stop Strip Searches (1989 | 1990)]. The set of six in 1990.
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Copyright © 1994 Peter Moloney
A row of six panels from Ballycolman estate, Strabane, with individual shots of four of them: (1) We will meet force with force – Irish Republican Army (also seen in 1989); (2) You may kill the revolutionary but never the revolution – Che Guevara 1928-1967 (a completed version of what was visible in 1989); (3) Honour Ireland’s patriot dead – wear an Easter lily (also seen in 1989); (4) James Connolly (for a solo shot, see the 1989 image); (5) Óglaigh na hÉireann (for a solo shot, see the 1989 image); (6) Stop Strip Searches (seen previously in 1989)
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Copyright © 1990 Peter Moloney
Cuban revolutionary Che Guevara, wearing a red star on his beret, in Ballycolman estate, Strabane.
Copyright © 1989 Peter Moloney