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Photographs of Northern Ireland and the Conflict

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Text: Martin Melaugh ... Photographs: See photographs for details of photographers
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Photographs of Northern Ireland and the Conflict
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There are links below to photographs that show scenes of Northern Ireland and depictions of the conflict. The copyright of these photographs remains with the © photographers. Users may make a single copy for private study. Anyone wishing to reproduce the photographs commercially, or at a web site, will have to obtain the permission of the photographer and should first contact the CAIN Project Manager. See the CAIN note on copyright.


Photographers ... Places (by County and city) ... Subject

Photograph Collections - People who have contributed a series of photographs to CAIN

    Dr Neil Jarman
    Parades, marches, bands and banners Eamon Melaugh
    The photographs include: street scenes; the British Army; Republican paramilitaries; civil rights protests; parades; riot scenes; 'Bloody Sunday'; and children and the conflict. The initial set of images consists of 350 photographs. Dr Martin Melaugh
    Photographs taken on behalf of CAIN (mainly those under 'places' below) Barney McMonagle
    Photographs of 'Free Derry' Dr Jonathan McCormick
    Political wall murals Dr Bill Rolston
    Political wall murals William L. Rukeyser
    Photographs of 'Bloody Sunday'


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Belfast City

County Antrim

County Armagh

County Derry

County Down

County Fermanagh

County Tyrone

Derry City


CAIN contains information and source material on the conflict and politics in Northern Ireland.
CAIN is based within Ulster University.

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