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A British Army soldier on lookout in the Falls Road area of Belfast. Ref #: PA.4893379  Date: 15/08/1969

Photos of the British Army in Northern Ireland - 1969-1979

A British Army soldier on lookout in the Falls Road area of Belfast.

bye now all the best! The landmark police and military checkpoint at Strabane has been taken away in the latest move to scale down security measures in Northern Ireland. A 100 ton crane was brought in to complete the demolition of the Camel's Hump checkpoint on the town's Lifford Road. Photo by Paul Faith/PA. See PA story ULSTER Checkpoint.

bye now all the best! The landmark police and military checkpoint at Strabane has been taken away in the latest move to scale down security measures in Northern Ireland. A 100 ton crane was brought in to complete the demolition of the Camel's Hump checkpoint on the town's Lifford Road. Photo by Paul Faith/PA. See PA story ULSTER Checkpoint.

British Army, Northern Ireland, Belfast, Banner, Military, Picture Banner, Northern Ireland County, Banners, Military Personnel

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Northern Ireland Troubles, Military Men, Military History, British Army, Belfast, Banner, Irish, Vehicles, Picture Banner

2nd Lieutenant Peter Hall of 1st Battalion, The Royal Green Jackets, at a road barricade on a wet winter's day in Belfast. A rifleman and two children equipped with Union Jack flags are in the background.

TR Lieutenant Peter Hall of Battalion The Royal Green Jackets at a road barricade on a wet winter's day in Belfast. A rifleman and two children equipped with Union Jack flags are in the background

British Army snipers climb onto a roof - As part of the British Army security operation, snipers are placed in vantage points in Newry

British Army snipers climb onto a roof - As part of the British Army security operation, snipers are placed in vantage points in Newry

British Army Uniform, Cold War, Military History, Paint Ideas, Belfast, Northern Ireland, Rifles, Troops, Sci Fi

Northern Ireland Troubles, British Army, Armies, Banners, Union Jack, Belfast, Cold War, Armed Forces, Irish

Outpost manned by members of the 1st Battalion, The Worcestershire and Sherwood Foresters Regiment, Crossmaglen, 1977 | Online Collection | National Army Museum, London

Outpost manned by members of the Battalion, The Worcestershire and Sherwood Foresters Regiment, Crossmaglen, 1977

THE BRITISH ARMY IN NORTHERN IRELAND, 1969 - 2007

HU Three children and a journalist look on as a British soldier stands on top of a barricade prior to its dismantlement during Operation Motorman

Don McCullin   Riots in Northern Ireland. Don McCullin simultaneously dodges a British Army Humber 'Pig' and the missiles being thrown by rioters in the Bogside, Londonderry.   1971

Don McCullin Riots in Northern Ireland. Don McCullin simultaneously dodges a British Army Humber 'Pig' and the missiles being thrown by rioters in the Bogside, Londonderry.

People do not realize there is still an English and English supported paramilitary presence in N.I.

People do not realize there is still an English and English supported paramilitary presence in N.

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