Ballymurphy and the Irish war

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Pluto, 2000 - History - 413 pages
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In Easter 1970 war came to a small Belfast community. Ballymurphy has since been at the center of the Irish conflict, playing a vital role in the developments of the past thirty years. This book examines the impact of the conflict in this area of West Belfast, where today 12,000 people live in just eight housing estates. It is the story of a war told first-hand, through the words of ordinary human beings as they reveal the truth of their existence. Hailed as an immediate classic on first publication in 1989, this new edition has been completely revised to cover the events of the last decade.

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Contents

The Easter Riots
3
Belfast in Flames
17
Pursuing the Republic
31
Copyright

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About the author (2000)

Ciarán de Baróid was born and educated in Cork. He has worked on community and human rights issues in Ballymurphy over a three-year period.