September 30, 2020
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⟶ Updated 30 Nov 2017 ⟶
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UVF declares war on IRA
Civil Rights activists protest against discrimination in housing allocation by illegally occupying a house
Northern Ireland's first civil rights march was held
Government bans all civil rights marches due to miscommunications between two groups planning to march on the same day, time, and at the same spot.
~2000 students attempt to march to Belfast City Hall in protest of police brutality
UVF plants first bomb in Republic of Ireland
Three people were shot dead during street violence in Belfast. Two Protestant civilians were shot by the British Army and one RUC officer was shot by the UVF.
UVF detonates bomb in belfast, killing 15 catholic civilians
UVF kills six catholic civilians via bomb in Rose & Crown bar.
UVF explodes 4 bombs, killing 33 civilians.
The UVF tried to derail a train by planting a bomb on the railway line near Straffan, County Kildare, Republic of Ireland. A civilian, Christopher Phelan, tried to stop the UVF volunteers, and was stabbed-to-death.
UVF volunteers shot dead three musicians, members of the Irish showband called "Miami Showband", at Buskhill, County Down.
PIRA volunteers carried out a gun and bomb attack on the Bayardo Bar, a pub in Belfast frequented by UVF commanders.
The UVF killed seven civilians in a series of attacks across Northern Ireland.
the UVF shot dead six Catholic civilians from two families
The UVF launched gun and bomb attacks on two pubs in Charlemont, County Armagh, killing four Catholic civilians
UVF volunteer shot dead at postal depot
14 UVF volunteers jailed for a total of 200 years
IRA volunteer shot dead during attempted UVF bombing
UVF announces demobilization/end of campaign
Belfast Telegraph urges UVF to disband
foundation of the Ulster Volunteer Foundation (UVF)
UVF carries out 3 attacks on catholics in belfast
Loyalists intend to bring down the Ulster Unionist Party (UUP) Prime minister of Northern Ireland, who promised concessions to civil rights. UVF bombed water and electricity installations and blames bombings on IRA.
UVF detonates bombs in the Rupublic of Ireland
Battle erupts between the provisional IRA, the British Army, and the UVF.
fights break out between the UVF and the Ulster Defense Association (UDA) , resulting in many assassinations.
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