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Connection and Division

These items represent the Connection and Division section of the Fermanagh 100.

1. Macrame Bag made on Argenta prison ship

Private Ownership

The HMS Argenta was a prison ship of the British Royal Navy in the early 1920s. 889 more words

The Fermanagh 100

WW1 TALK: PTE ROBERT HAMILTON - PART 1

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NEWS

Fermanagh Miscellany 2014: A Decade of Commemorations Launched

During the coming decade significant events from last century will be marked on the island of Ireland. These celebrations are collectively known as the Decade of Commemorations. 157 more words

Fermanagh Writing.

The SNP threatens unionism not only in Scotland

I realised recently how ignorant I was about the history of Northern Ireland, when 30,000 Ulstermen recently marched to commemorate the Ulster Covenant of 1912. I was barely aware that such a covenant even existed, let alone that it should be considered so important to unionists in Northern Ireland that they should gather in such numbers. 1,072 more words

Politics

Life in Belfast, part 1

I thought I would do a few posts on living in Belfast, for those who are interested in my day to day existence.

Life here is lovely to be sure, though certainly it has its low points. 997 more words

Life In Belfast

POLICE QUIZ 14 MEMBERS OF LOYALIST FLUTE BAND !

‘ THE YOUNG CONWAY VOLUNTEERS, BASED ON SHANKILL ROAD, WERE FILMED IN JULY WALKING IN CIRCLES AND PLAYING THE SECTARIAN FAMINE SONG OUTSIDE ST PATRICK’S CHURCH ON DONEGALL STREET ‘ 455 more words

EXPOSING THE TRUTH IN ULSTER

The Irish Home Rule Paradox

Britain’s empire may have disintegrated many years ago, but its Irish question remains. 1,049 more words

History