Collection: Colman Doyle Collection >> Gough British Army Barracks, Armagh [graphic]
Gough British Army Barracks, Armagh
|Main Creator:||Doyle, Colman, 1932- photographer|
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In the aftermath of a raid by the IRA a frustrated soldier is captured telling his version of events. Doyle took this photograph through a letterbox on a gate. This raid signalled the re-emergence of IRA activity in Northern Ireland and a re-arming that led eventually to the 1956-1962 Border Campaign.
Exhibited: "Eyewitness: Colman Doyle", National Photographic Archive, 19 July - 5 November 2007;
Physical description: 1 photographic negative plastic 8x 11m.
Citations/References: All changed: fifty years of photographing Ireland / Colman Doyle; text by John Quinn. Dublin: O'Brien, 2004, p. 26 CDOY1
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|CDOY1||NPA Reading Room - Appt. only||Photos|
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