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May 1981 Irish Republican Army hunger-striker Bobby Sands died at the Maze Prison in Northern Ireland on his day without food. He had just been elected to a seat in Parliament while still serving the last of a sentence for possession of firearms. Bobby Sands, Northern Ireland Troubles, Irish Independence, Irish Republican Army, The Ira, Ireland Travel, Ireland Food, Ireland Map, Irish People

When I Remember Margaret Thatcher, I Remember…

By Sandra Trudgen Dawson When Margaret Thatcher died on Monday, her policies, leadership, and legacy evoked strong reactions. Margaret Thatcher has been hailed Britain’s finest postwar leader; th…

A collection of net resources about Bobby. Alternate mirror site located here. Bobby Sands, Freedom Of Information Act, Old Irish, Irish Eyes, Fighting Irish, My Heritage, History, Photographs, Northern Ireland

BOBBY SANDS: Patsy O'Hara: Newly released photographs

A collection of net resources about Bobby. Alternate mirror site located here.

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1981: IRA Hunger Striker Bobby Sands Elected To Westminster As MP for Fermanagh and South Tyrone - Flashbak

ON April 10, 1981, IRA prisoner and hunger striker Bobby Sands was elected to Westminster as the MP for Fermanagh and South Tyrone. Bobby Sand's victory was the second time the voters of Fermanagh and South Tyrone had elected a republican prisoner as their MP. The first, Philip Clarke, in 1955, was disqualified because the law then did not allow convicts to take up political office...

Marcela Sands, sister of Bobby Sands M., hunger-striking inmate of the Maze Prison, walks hand in hand with his election agent Owen Crow during a protest rally in Northern Ireland in April (AP Photo/Peter Kemp) Date: County Cork Ireland, Galway Ireland, Bobby Sands, Northern Ireland Troubles, Irish Republican Army, Ireland Vacation, Ireland Travel, Michael Collins, Irish Cottage

1981: IRA Hunger Striker Bobby Sands Elected To Westminster As MP for Fermanagh and South Tyrone - Flashbak

ON April 10, 1981, IRA prisoner and hunger striker Bobby Sands was elected to Westminster as the MP for Fermanagh and South Tyrone. Bobby Sand's victory was the second time the voters of Fermanagh and South Tyrone had elected a republican prisoner as their MP. The first, Philip Clarke, in 1955, was disqualified because the law then did not allow convicts to take up political office...

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Nothing But an Unfinished Song: Bobby Sands, the Irish Hunger Striker Who Ignited a Generation

Nothing But an Unfinished Song: Bobby Sands, the Irish Hunger Striker Who Ignited a Generation [O'Hearn, Denis] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Nothing But an Unfinished Song: Bobby Sands, the Irish Hunger Striker Who Ignited a Generation

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1981: IRA Hunger Striker Bobby Sands Elected To Westminster As MP for Fermanagh and South Tyrone - Flashbak

ON April 10, 1981, IRA prisoner and hunger striker Bobby Sands was elected to Westminster as the MP for Fermanagh and South Tyrone. Bobby Sand's victory was the second time the voters of Fermanagh and South Tyrone had elected a republican prisoner as their MP. The first, Philip Clarke, in 1955, was disqualified because the law then did not allow convicts to take up political office...

On May Bobby Sands (right) died on hunger strike at Long Kesh prison. He had begun the strike on March in protest over the removal of political status for IRA prisoners. Northern Irish, Northern Ireland, Margaret Thatcher Death, Bobby Sands, Irish Independence, Irish Republican Army, Irish Warrior, Hunger Strike, Michael Collins

Celebrating Margaret Thatcher’s Death: Is it right or wrong?

I read this via The Guardian today, and good on them for giving Thatcher's most vocal Irish Political opponent a voice. For those who may not know, Gerry Adams was the leader of Sinn Fein (Our Selves) during the Thatcher administration. Thatcher did everything in her power to demonize Sinn Fein and silence the Republican…

A collection of net resources about Bobby. Alternate mirror site located here. Martin Mcguinness, Roisin Dubh, Bobby Sands, Freedom Of Information Act, Erin Go Bragh, Michael Collins, Rebel Heart, Poetic Justice, Do You Remember

BOBBY SANDS: Patsy O'Hara: Newly released photographs

A collection of net resources about Bobby. Alternate mirror site located here.

I received notice from Peter Urban, in conjunction with the group Seven Stars Republican Socialist News , that the O'Hara family had used th. Irish Nationalism, Bobby Sands, Irish Independence, Dublin Ireland, Ireland Map, Old Irish, Hunger Strike, Michael Collins, Irish Eyes

Patsy O'Hara: Newly released photographs

I received notice from Peter Urban, in conjunction with the group Seven Stars Republican Socialist News , that the O'Hara family had used th...

Two Catholic girls walk by a slogan supporting the hunger strikers of the Irish Republican Army and Sinn Fein. Belfast, Northern Ireland, By David Turnley Belfast Murals, Irish Republican Army, Northern Ireland Troubles, Irish Independence, Northern Irish, Michael Collins, Old Photography, Irish Celtic, Ireland Travel

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David Turnley: Two Catholic girls walk by a slogan supporting the hunger strikers of the Irish Republican Army and Sinn Fein. Belfast, Northern Ireland, 1988

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1981: IRA Hunger Striker Bobby Sands Elected To Westminster As MP for Fermanagh and South Tyrone - Flashbak

ON April 10, 1981, IRA prisoner and hunger striker Bobby Sands was elected to Westminster as the MP for Fermanagh and South Tyrone. Bobby Sand's victory was the second time the voters of Fermanagh and South Tyrone had elected a republican prisoner as their MP. The first, Philip Clarke, in 1955, was disqualified because the law then did not allow convicts to take up political office...

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Irish Hungerstrikers Tribute - 10 Irish Republican Heros

http://www.irishhungerstrike.com Memorial to the 10 men who died on hungerstrike in the H-Blocks of Long Kesh in 1981 in Ireland, rather than let the British...

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1981: IRA Hunger Striker Bobby Sands Elected To Westminster As MP for Fermanagh and South Tyrone - Flashbak

ON April 10, 1981, IRA prisoner and hunger striker Bobby Sands was elected to Westminster as the MP for Fermanagh and South Tyrone. Bobby Sand's victory was the second time the voters of Fermanagh and South Tyrone had elected a republican prisoner as their MP. The first, Philip Clarke, in 1955, was disqualified because the law then did not allow convicts to take up political office...