Isabella Naomi Watkins

Isabella Naomi Watkins

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History Enthusiast. Born in England, Residing in Ulster; Living in the Past. Collector of Antiques, Vintage & Militaria.
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Republican propaganda poster, 1970's.

Republican propaganda poster, 1970's.

Two Provisional IRA gunmen stand in a doorway in Londonderry.  January 30th, 1978

Two Provisional IRA soldiers on the Creggan estate in Derry on 30 January 1978 during a demonstration to mark the sixth anniversary of Bloody Sunday.

UDA, 1970's.

UDA members being carried in a Land Rover along the Shankill Road.

Two young boys smile at British soldiers on patrol in Belfast. April 20th, 1971

Scots Grey soldiers on patrol in Belfast. (Photo by Chris Ware/Getty Images)

Various political slogans adorn a partially destroyed building, Shankill Road. c. 1970

Red Barn Gallery in Belfast, Ireland. 'Red Barn Gallery' sight map and information. List of guide(s) containing this sight

Women of the IRA pose with M16 rifles during a training and propaganda exercise in Northern Ireland. February 12th, 1977.

[from teleSur English] On Saint Patrick’s Day, we document the hidden history of Irish women who fought for the independence of Ireland from Britain.

Flames rage in East Belfast during a street celebration of the fall of the power-sharing government between loyalists and nationalists in Ulster. May 28th, 1974

Flames rage in East Belfast during a street celebration of the fall of the power-sharing government between loyalists and nationalists in Ulster. May 1974

Children hijack vehicles to celebrate the shooting of a British soldier by an IRA sniper in West Belfast. April 12th, 1972

Children hijack vehicles to celebrate the shooting of a British soldier by an IRA sniper in West Belfast.

British Army soldiers patrol the Bogside quarter of the city of Londonderry during heavy clashes between Catholics and Protestants. November 4th, 1971

BBC News - NI attorney general John Larkin calls for end to Troubles prosecutions

As buildings burn, British Army troops patrol the streets after being deployed to end the Battle of the Bogside in Derry. August 15th, 1969

As buildings burn, British Army troops patrol the streets after being deployed to end the Battle of the Bogside in Derry.