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”.

No Blacks, No Dogs and No Irish 1966 Racism in Britain- I can remember being mocked for being from an Irish, catholic, big family :(

Images from the Belfast Telegraph Troubles Gallery. Belfast IRA man on patrol in West Belfast 1987 - Pacemaker

Police have launched investigations into the attempted murders of around 50 British soldiers by the IRA during the Troubles, the Belfast Telegraph can reveal.

BOBBY SANDS FUNERAL. Hunger striker Bobby Sands coffin, flanked by an IRA colour party, leaving his mother's home in Twinbrook.

BOBBY SANDS FUNERAL, Hunger striker Bobby Sands' coffin, flanked by an IRA color guard. Irish Republican Army fighter and member of Parliament Bobby Sands died in the Maze prison after 66 days without food. A hero our family.

A British soldier searches a teenager in Belfast, Northern Ireland, during the Troubles in 1971

Children of the Troubles most prone to suicide in Northern Ireland

A British soldier searches a teenager in Belfast, Northern Ireland, during the Troubles in Photograph: Keystone/Getty Images

Bobby Sands Funeral 1981.

Bobby Sands Funeral 1981.

Belfast Troubles

British soldiers stop a man trying to carry his baby through a barbed-wire barricade in Falls Road area of Belfast

Ardoyne residents try to overturn an army landrover in Ardoyne avenue after trouble flared up again outside the nearby Holycross school. Picture: Pacemaker

Ardoyne residents try to overturn an army landrover in Ardoyne avenue after trouble flared up again outside the nearby Holycross school.

British Soldier takes aim at innocent civilians while walking past them in the north of Ireland. Late 1980s/Early 1990s

British Soldier takes aim at innocent civilians while walking past them in the north of Ireland.

Female IRA. Ireland 1970's

A female IRA fighter armed with an taking aim at Pro-British troops during skirmishes.

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

young women climbing under a barricade next to an armed soldier on the Falls Road, Belfast. (Photo by Evening Standard/Getty Images).

Often forgotten: John Lennon marching in London during the 1970's in support of the IRA. He was also sending money to the Provos and the FBI considered him a danger. Not such a nice guy after all...

John Lennon on an Irish civil rights march in London, 1971

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