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Whitelaw: Prove terror claim

Whitelaw: Prove terror claim

Dublin, Cathal Goulding, chief-of-staff of the Official IRA., 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
 
300 000 P into chaos The big blackout: B THE AL an 7•• • 1 9 / 2 00 ..

300 000 P into chaos The big blackout: B THE AL an 7•• • 1 9 / 2 00 ..

-•- staff of the Official IRA today denied reports that his men - • were ready to break their comMilsoßs MIXERS - truce in Northern Ireland. . 1 M 4 crash , PAINT kills IKAN6DS ' SPRAYER; T. woman • Coxswain Mr Tom Tart and dm new boat just Why go to different
17 July 1972 - Reading Evening Post - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
BURTON DAILY MAIL MONDAY JULY 17th 1972 Choose new— WASHING MACHINE the finest selection in the district Models by— bendix

BURTON DAILY MAIL MONDAY JULY 17th 1972 Choose new— WASHING MACHINE the finest selection in the district Models by— bendix

weeks five members of the THE OFFICIAL IRA TO-DAY DENIED REPORTS ?he a“ THAT HIS MEN WERE READY TO BREAK THEIR udr TRUCE IN NORTHERN IRELAND political commonsense Reports had suggested that hundreds of fully- Belfast political commonarmed men were standing
17 July 1972 - Burton Daily Mail - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
Whitelaw urges Provos to think again on truce

Whitelaw urges Provos to think again on truce

Whitelaw urges Provos to think again on truce The Northern Ireland Secretary urged the Provisional IRA yesterday to think again about the resumption of hostilities. He also called on the whole at the Northern Ireland community to see the need for progress
11 July 1972 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
ignite a recharged

ignite a recharged

eighth man was bailed to with the conditions that they appear today in the sum of report to police every 24 1200. The truce In Northern Ireland has been shattered two days before the Protestant Orange marches. GILLIAN LINSCOTT (left), who is in Belfast for
11 July 1972 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
POST

POST

Broken pledge ALL the evidence available suggests that the reason given by the IRA for the ending of the 13-day truce in \orthern Ireland was carefully s t a g e managed; that, having gained time to build up their strength and secure the release of some
10 July 1972 - Reading Evening Post - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
Law goes gunning for the Mr. Bigs

Law goes gunning for the Mr. Bigs

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27 June 1972 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Soldier hurt

Soldier hurt

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12 June 1972 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
WAIGIII.

WAIGIII.

areas. Sean MacStiofain, chief of staff of the Provisional I R A. said in an open letter today that there will be no truce in Northern Ireland unless the British Army agrees to one. The letter in a Dublin Sunday newspaper said that during the last IRA ceasefire
12 June 1972 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England