young women climbing under a barricade next to an armed soldier on the Falls Road, Belfast. (Photo by Evening Standard/Getty Images). 16th August 1969
1966 Racism in Britain - Prior to the Race Relations Act 1965, the discrimination against the minority communities was widespread Signs were often displayed at prominent places stating “No Blacks, No Dogs and No Irish”.
THE BRITISH ARMY IN NORTHERN IRELAND, 1969 - 2007
TR 32989. 2nd Lieutenant Jonathan Clarke (foreground) and Lance Corporal Malcolm Brett of 1st Royal Green Jackets on sentry duty outside St Michael's Roman Catholic Church in Enniskillen during the Battalion's first tour of duty in Northern Ireland
Children of the Troubles most prone to suicide in Northern Ireland
Researcher warns that young people who witnessed worst years of conflict are turning violence on themselves as adults
Rioters turn a burning lorry into a barricade in the Divis Flats area of Belfast, after violence erupted following the death of Irish Republican Army hunger striker and Member of Parliament Bobby Sands in the Maze prison. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images). 6th May 1981
Old Bailey bomber Marian Price back in jail
Marian Price was back in jail today after a courtroom claim that she threatened to disrupt the Queen's visit to the Irish Republic this week.
The Troubles gallery - 40 years of conflict in Northern Ireland from the Belfast Telegraph archives
Mid August 1969 witnessed great violence and suffering. Memories of these terrible events have remained strong, especially in areas affected directly by the conflict.