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HAPPY STORY OF A BIRTHDAY TRUCE

HAPPY STORY OF A BIRTHDAY TRUCE

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07 November 1974 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
IMP 'NO FAITH IN LABOUR': IRISH GROUP

IMP 'NO FAITH IN LABOUR': IRISH GROUP

said. "I would like to think this is the storm before the calm. There would have to be a show of force before a truce in Northern Ireland" The Labour Government could bring a halt to the IRA violence, she said. "Their bonding campaign fall flat on its
22 March 1974 - Southall Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE GAZETTE Friday March 22 1974 Page 8 Births Marriages & SESSIONS To GouMino Graham February 28 a Chris Scott

THE GAZETTE Friday March 22 1974 Page 8 Births Marriages & SESSIONS To GouMino Graham February 28 a Chris Scott

she said “I would like to think this is the storm before the calm There would have to be a show of force before a truce in Northern Ireland” The Labour Government could bring a halt to the IRA violence she said “Their bombing campaign could fall flat on
22 March 1974 - Middlesex County Times - London, London, England
 
GIRLS LURE ARMY TWO TO DEATH

GIRLS LURE ARMY TWO TO DEATH

British “oppression," the movement said in Dublin yesterday. . The decision has been taken in the face of calls for a truce in Northern Ireland. Provisionals rejected the British White Paper proposals ‘on the future Ulster as inadequate, and called on Britain
24 March 1973 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
the IRA

the IRA

the campaign of violenc e against British "oppression." The decision ha , been taken in the face of calls for u truce in Northern Ireland. In a statement from Dublin. the Provisionals rejected the British White Paper prowls:lls on the future of Ulster
23 March 1973 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
THE VIOLENCE GOES ON-IRA

THE VIOLENCE GOES ON-IRA

continue the campaign of violence against British "oppression." The decision has been taken in the face of calls for a truce in Northern Ireland. `Bank Rate' cut Ina statement from Dublin, the Provisiuti,ds rejected the British White Paper r—oposals on the future
23 March 1973 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
THE VIOLENCE GOES ON-IRA

THE VIOLENCE GOES ON-IRA

continue the campaign of violence against British "oppression." The decision has been taken in the face of calls for a truce in Northern Ireland. In a statement from Dublin, the Provisionals relected the British White Paper proposals on the future of Ulster
23 March 1973 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Stop shooting and Lenadoon troops pull out—Whitelaw

Stop shooting and Lenadoon troops pull out—Whitelaw

Goulding, chief-ofstaff of the Mail IRA, domed in Dublin yesterday reports that his men were ready to break their truce in Northern Ireland. Because of " the political tension." Britain will not send a show-lumping team to the Dublin Horse Show—one of the
18 July 1972 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
We'll keep truce Official IR A

We'll keep truce Official IR A

CATHAL GOULDINO, chief-ofstaff of the Official 1.R.A., today denied reports that his men were ready to break their truce in Northern Ireland. Reports had suggested that hundreds of fully-armed men were standing by in Belfast to Join the Provisional I.R.A
17 July 1972 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Whitelaw: Prove terror claim

Whitelaw: Prove terror claim

Dublin, Cathal Goulding, chief-of-staff of the Official IR.A., denied reports that his men were ready to break their truce in Northern Ireland. Reports had suggested that hundreds of fully-armed men were standing by in Belfast to Join the Provisional I.R.A
17 July 1972 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England