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Ulster – The Search for Roots

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Ref. No.: 199

Country: Northern Ireland
Year: 05.12.1983
Dur: 26.34

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ru 199 UlsterTells the story of a quiet revolution in Northern Ireland today. Political stalemate has produced deep soul-searching within both traditions, Protestant and Catholic. Their search for identity has caused a proliferation of local history societies which cross the religious divide.

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