A Catholic demonstrator lays dying on Belfast's Falls Road, 1970
Curfew Belfast , N.Ireland July 3, 1970. A weary British soldier rubs his tired eyes after guarding a street off the Falls Road
The Falls curfew saw people in around 50 streets on the lower Falls Road in west Belfast confined to their homes from June 3 1970 while the British army searched the area. Four people were killed during the curfew. The curfew lasted a day-and-a-half until women and children marched from Andersonstown to bring food and supplies to the Falls.
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