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Northern Ireland August 1969. General Scenes of rioting in Londonderry. The rioting was sparked off by the Apprentice

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MX19572

Northern Ireland August 1969. General Scenes of rioting in Londonderry. The rioting was sparked off by the Apprentice Boys march through the city centre. The Police and marchers came under attack by stone throwing youths. The police used tear gas to break-up the mob. One of the casualties was MP Ivan Cooper. August 1969 Z7778-001

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Color Black & White
Keywords Riots,Civil War,1960s,Streets,Policemen,Violence
Credit Mirrorpix / GIW Photos
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