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During a march through Catholic West Belfast in support of Bobby Sands on the 59th day of his hunger strike, young rioters break away to attack the police, Belfast, Northern Ireland, 1981  Peter Marlow

During a march through Catholic West Belfast in support of Bobby Sands on the 59th day of his hunger strike, young rioters break away to attack the police, Belfast, Northern Ireland, 1981 Peter Marlow

May 5, 1981 Irish Republican Army hunger-striker Bobby Sands died at the Maze Prison in Northern Ireland on his 66th day without food. He had just been elected to a seat in Parliament while still serving the last of a 14-year sentence for possession of firearms.    “Our revenge will be our children’s smiles.” - Bobby Sands

May 5, 1981 Irish Republican Army hunger-striker Bobby Sands died at the Maze Prison in Northern Ireland on his 66th day without food. He had just been elected to a seat in Parliament while still serving the last of a 14-year sentence for possession of firearms. “Our revenge will be our children’s smiles.” - Bobby Sands

Bobby Sands funeral IRA Paramilitary shooting over coffin. Belfast Ireland 1981 ...P

Bobby Sands funeral IRA Paramilitary shooting over coffin. Belfast Ireland 1981 ...P

Escorted by hooded members of the Irish Republican Army, the coffin of hunger striker Bobby Sands leaves a church in Belfast, Northern Ireland on May 7, 1981, followed by his sister Marcella and his 7-year-old son Gerald.

Escorted by hooded members of the Irish Republican Army, the coffin of hunger striker Bobby Sands leaves a church in Belfast, Northern Ireland on May 7, 1981, followed by his sister Marcella and his 7-year-old son Gerald.

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