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DHM1318. The Tragedy of Ulster 1976 by Terence Cuneo. <p>Terence Cuneo has depicted a scene of street violence.  The angry mod hurls abuse, missiles and petrol bombs at the soldiers who are outnumbered and restricted in their ability to repsond.  Rioting of this sort became less prevalent through the increased efficiency of the Police and Army in containing it, but Terence Cuneos reconstruction typifies the dangerous situation the secuirty forces in Ulster faced during the 1970s.  Published in 1977 by the Army and Navy Club, Pall Mall, London. <b><p> Signed limited edition of 500 prints, of which we have obtained the last 80 copies.  <p>Image size 27 inches x 15 inches (69cm x 38cm)
GDHM3016GL.  Drumcree, The Gavaghy Road July 1997 by David Rowlands. <p>In the 1990s a huge security operation was conducted each July during the yearly parade by the Orange Order in the town of Portadown, Northern Ireland.  Trouble flared between nationalists and loyalists during the return march along the Garvaghy Road from Drumcree Church.  On Sunday 6th July 1997, 1500 soldiers and police moved into the nationalist area and sealed-off all the roads.  This led to clashes with around 300 protestors.  A line of soldiers and armoured personnel carriers kept the factions apart, but after the parade had marched along Garvaghy Road at noon, a large-scale riot developed.  About 40 plastic bullets were fired at rioters, and about 18 people were taken to hospital.  In nearby Lurgan, nationalist protestors stopped a train and set it alight, while fierce riots erupted in several nationalist areas around Northern Ireland.  Several RUC and Army patrols came under fire, especially in North and West Belfast.  The widespread violence lasted until 10th July, when the Orange Order decided unilaterally to re-route six parades. <b><p>Limited edition of 200 giclee canvas prints. <p> Image size 36 inches x 24 inches (91cm x 61cm)

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Northern Ireland Military History Prints by Terence Cuneo and David Rowlands.

PCK1697. Northern Ireland Military History Prints by Terence Cuneo and David Rowlands.

Military Print Pack.

Items in this pack :

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DHM1318. The Tragedy of Ulster 1976 by Terence Cuneo.

Terence Cuneo has depicted a scene of street violence. The angry mod hurls abuse, missiles and petrol bombs at the soldiers who are outnumbered and restricted in their ability to repsond. Rioting of this sort became less prevalent through the increased efficiency of the Police and Army in containing it, but Terence Cuneos reconstruction typifies the dangerous situation the secuirty forces in Ulster faced during the 1970s. Published in 1977 by the Army and Navy Club, Pall Mall, London.

Signed limited edition of 500 prints, of which we have obtained the last 80 copies.

Image size 27 inches x 15 inches (69cm x 38cm)


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GDHM3016GL. Drumcree, The Gavaghy Road July 1997 by David Rowlands.

In the 1990s a huge security operation was conducted each July during the yearly parade by the Orange Order in the town of Portadown, Northern Ireland. Trouble flared between nationalists and loyalists during the return march along the Garvaghy Road from Drumcree Church. On Sunday 6th July 1997, 1500 soldiers and police moved into the nationalist area and sealed-off all the roads. This led to clashes with around 300 protestors. A line of soldiers and armoured personnel carriers kept the factions apart, but after the parade had marched along Garvaghy Road at noon, a large-scale riot developed. About 40 plastic bullets were fired at rioters, and about 18 people were taken to hospital. In nearby Lurgan, nationalist protestors stopped a train and set it alight, while fierce riots erupted in several nationalist areas around Northern Ireland. Several RUC and Army patrols came under fire, especially in North and West Belfast. The widespread violence lasted until 10th July, when the Orange Order decided unilaterally to re-route six parades.

Limited edition of 200 giclee canvas prints.

Image size 36 inches x 24 inches (91cm x 61cm)


Website Price: £ 560.00  

To purchase these prints individually at their normal retail price would cost £760.00 . By buying them together in this special pack, you save £200




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