FC Sankt Pauli

St Pauli is a Hamberg soccer club with a wide following due to the “gegen Rechts” [against the right] philosophy of its fans. Its supporters clubs can be found in places as far-flung as Belfast, Liverpool, Bilbao, Stockholm, San Francisco, and (naturally!) St Paul (Minnesota, USA). Northumberland Street, Belfast.


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UDR & RIR Memorials

“This memorial commemorates the men and women who served their country in the battalions of  the Ulster Defence Regiment 1970 – 1992: 1st (County Antrim), 1st/9th (County Antrim), 2nd (County Armagh), 2nd/11th (County Armagh), 3rd (County Down), 4th (County Fermanagh), 4th/6th (County Fermanagh and County Tyrone), 5th (County Londonderry), 6th (County Tyrone), 7th (City of Belfast), 7th/10th (City of Belfast), 8th (County Tyrone), 9th (County Antrim), 10th (City of Belfast), 11th (Craigavon)”

For information about those listed on the Royal Irish Rangers (27th (Inniskilling) 83rd and 87th) roll of honor, see militaryimages.net.

St Anne’s Cathedral, Donegall Street, Belfast.

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Still Not Free

Éirígí (web) board with the “Democratic Programme Of The first Dáil Éireann” 90 years ago in 1919, declaring “the right of the people of Ireland to the ownership of Ireland, and to the unfettered control of Irish destinies”.

This is the first éirígí poster in the PM collection; previously we had only seen stencils (M04501 | M04535). It became a political party in 2007.

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Unsung Heroes

These paste-ups are part of the Bloody Sunday 35th anniversary commemoration and Bluebell Arts project of Unsung Heroes. (See also Lecky Road Underpass.) First is Rosemary Nelson, the Lurgan solicitor killed by the Red Hand Defenders in 1999. Second is Paddy Doherty, killed on Bloody Sunday. (Both in Lone Moor Road.) Third (in Creggan Road) is Kate Nash, “In the midst of her own grief she kept everybody happy. Nominated by the Bloody Sunday Trust”. Kate’s brother William Nash was killed on Bloody Sunday and their father Alexander injured while trying to help him. Fourth is Jim Wray, killed on Bloody Sunday (in Westland Street). Fifth is Michael McDaid, killed on Bloody Sunday (in Lone Moor Rd).

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