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No Tea for Soldiers

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Ref. No.: 62

Country: Northern Ireland
Year: 25.09.1970
Dur: 26.46

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r62teaThis film was shot in Belfast in 1970, soon after the British army came to Northern Ireland. At first the armed forces were seen as neutral peacemakers but soon the catholic population began to regard them as another arm of Protestant supremacy in the province.

Northern Ireland Archive

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Ref. 309The Two Traditions: Separate or Together - Part 2 26.06.1991
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