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Video: Documentary about the Border donated anonymously.
Image: Extracts taken from Documents on Irish Foreign Policy, Volume II 1923 - 1926.
Image: Irish National Congress - International Day of Action! Flyer Come to Ireland! Come to the Border! New Years Day 1993
Image: British army Helicopter near the border Donegal/ Fermanagh border - moving vehicles after an exercise.
Image: Photo of British Army equipment as they prepared to deal with the land mine which was across the border in Co. Donegal.
Image: Car pass book belonging to Ms. Catherine Dympna Gallagher. 1942.
Image: One untold story from Co. Donegal by Joe Patterson, Richmond, B.C. Canada
Image: A flyer for a talk and video entitled given by Michael Mc Phillips Maastricht and open borders?
Newspaper: Guards found the coffin was empty. January 14th 1970
Newspaper: Troops inspecting the spiking on an unapproved road on the Derry/ Londonderry Donegal Border . November 4th 1970
Newspaper: 400 shoppers on train to Dublin. December 15th 1976
Newspaper: Cross-border grant blocked- Hume. January 3rd 1980
Newspaper: Security presence on the border questioned. 11th January 1984.
Newspaper: Cash boost for the border counties. 15th February 1984.
Newspaper: Advertisement warning of car bombs. 16th August 1972.
Newspaper: Road improvements for Co. Donegal. 16th August 1972.
Newspaper: Bus service withdrawn from Castlederg-Killeter area. 12th January 1972.
Newspaper: Cross-border visitors welcome- and its official. 10th April 1970
Newspaper: T.V. booster mast damaged near Raphoe, Donegal. 20th February 1970
Newspaper: Rossnowlagh Twelfth Parade Threatened. 3rd July 1970
Newspaper: Feature on Strabane and the Tyrone, Donegal Border Road closers. Part 5 of 5
Newspaper: Feature on Strabane and the Tyrone, Donegal Border Road closers. Part 4 of 5
Newspaper: Feature on Strabane and the Tyrone, Donegal Border Road closers. Part 3 of 5
Newspaper: Feature on Strabane and the Tyrone, Donegal Border Road closers. Part 2 of 5
Newspaper: Feature on Strabane and the Tyrone, Donegal Border Road closers. Part 1 of 5
Newspaper: Border Busters. Breaching Ireland's Berlin Wall. Part 3 of 3
Newspaper: Border Busters. Breaching Ireland's Berlin Wall. Part 2 of 3
Newspaper: Border Busters. Breaching Ireland's Berlin Wall. Part 1 of 3
Newspaper: Orange and Green Cancel Parades. 10th July 1970
Newspaper: Discussions on the boundary line between Ireland and Northern Ireland. 24th January 1970
Newspaper: Incursions of British Troops into Donegal. 16th October 1970
Newspaper: Community Relations advertisement.
Newspaper: Border foils Gardai after forty miles chase. 7th May 1971
Newspaper: Panic Exodus from Six Counties Boosts Tourist Trade. 16th July 1971
Newspaper: MP laments the spiking of border roads. 22nd August 1970.
Newspaper: Approved hours of attendance at frontier posts. 5th June 1971.
Newspaper: Minister Mayhew responds to border road residents. 10th February 1994.
Newspaper: Closure of unapproved roads discussed at Stormont. 4th September 1971.
Newspaper: Poster advertising a day of action on the Monaghan Tyrone border. 3rd March 1994.
Newspaper: Drop in tourists going south of the border. 11th September 1971.
Newspaper: Border Markings
Newspaper: Making Things Worse. 30th October 1971
Newspaper: Meeting of Fermanagh County Council discusses border security. 11th September 1971.
Newspaper: Northern Troubles Pose Grave Economic Problems For People On Both Sides of Border.
Newspaper: Extra troops deployed to the border. 16th October 1971.
Newspaper: Customs men consider striking action. 3rd July 1980.
Newspaper: The closure of border roads is discussed in The Northern Standard. 26th June 1980.
Newspaper: Advertisement for a border roads rally. 22nd September 1994.
Newspaper: Proposal to halt the blowing of border roads. 23rd October 1971.
Newspaper: Border towns helping Northern Ireland's unemployment rate. 7th August 1980.
Newspaper: Bomb Scare: Poteen or Water? 22nd October1971
Newspaper: Border traders feel the impact of the road closures. 24th July 1980.
Newspaper: Soldier injured near Clogher. 21st July 1973
Newspaper: Soldiers will take civilians car apart. 29th January 1972
Newspaper: U.D.R. Man Shot. 12th August 1972
Newspaper: Armed Robbery at Castlederg. 13th Occtober 1973
Newspaper: Bomb wrecks Post Office in Clogher. 24th November 1973
Newspaper: Customs officials battle with smugglers along the border. 20th March 1970.
Newspaper: Border roads spending discussed. 31st December 1994.
Newspaper: Article discussing the plans for peace and reconciliation in Ireland. 10th September 1994.
Newspaper: Reopening of cross border roads debated at Strabane DC. 29th October 1994.
Newspaper: Calls for the reopening of cross border roads. 4th June 1994.
Newspaper: Plans to tour border road blocked. 21st May 1994.
Newspaper: Farmers welcome reopening of border roads. 2nd November 1994.
Newspaper: Councillors debate further road closures. 16th January 1992.
Newspaper: Prime Minister John Major announces the reopening of border roads. 27th October 1994.
Newspaper: Prime Minister confirms the reopening of border roads. 27th October 1994.
Newspaper: Stormont Cabinet papers reveal T.D.'s annoyance of border road closures 30 years ago. 11th January 1992.
Newspaper: Cllr. Tommy Gallagher writes to the Standing Advisory Commission on Human Rights about the border road closures. 19th February 1994.
Newspaper: Decision to reopen ten border roads divides opinion. 22nd September 1994.
Newspaper: Day of Action planned for Sunday against the closure of border roads. 9th November 1991.
Newspaper: Minister David Andrews visits border roads. 18th April 1992.
Newspaper: The closure of border roads heads for the European Court of Human Rights? 7th March 1992.
Newspaper: Border security vulnerability highlighted. 9th May 1992.
Newspaper: Are minds closed on open issue?
Newspaper: Border communities want roads reopened - but fear remains. 4th June 1992.
Newspaper: The removal of customs barriers marks the end for smugglers. 19th March 1988.
Newspaper: Article that festured in The Belfast Telegraph about the exodus of Protestants from the Republic of Ireland. 16th October 1994.
Video: Monaghan Rally 24/9/1994 Kindly donated by Brendon Leonard
Newspaper: Newspaper article shows road fillers fleeing the C.S. gas scene in Clontibret.
Audio: Interview with Alex Bird. Ulster Unionist Party.
Newspaper: Part 1 - Front Line in Fermanagh. Observer Magazine 30th November 1980
Newspaper: Part 2 - Observer Magazine 30th November 1980
Newspaper: Part 3 - Front Line in Fermanagh. Observer Magazine 30th November 1980
Newspaper: Part 4 - Front Line in Fermanagh. Observer Magazine 30th November 1980
Newspaper: Part 5 - Front Line in Fermanagh. Observer Magazine 30th November 1980
Video: Interview with Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin TD - Sinn Féin
Image: Part 1 – Bureau of Military History 1913-1921 – Witness Garda John T. Connolly
Image: Part 2 – Bureau of Military History 1913-1921 – Witness Garda John T. Connolly
Image: Part 3 – Bureau of Military History 1913-1921 – Witness Garda John T. Connolly
Image: Part 4 – Bureau of Military History 1913-1921 – Witness Garda John T. Connolly
Image: Part 5 – Bureau of Military History 1913-1921 – Witness Garda John T. Connolly
Image: Extract 1 - Strabane Booklet
Image: Extract 2 - Strabane Booklet
Image: Extract 3 - Strabane Booklet
Image: Extract 4 - Strabane Booklet
Image: Photo of a crowd on a pedestrian bridge, the road bridge has been blown by the British Army.
Audio: Memories of working along the border by N. Sherlock - Audio Clip
Image: Gardai take away a consignment of illegal poteen from a field along the border.
Image: Customs confiscate goods from a bus along the roadside.
Image: Scan of Irish motor vehicle pass book
Newspaper: Excerpt from 'The Way We Were' detailing the hijacking of smugglers along the Clones border.
Newspaper: Photo of the damage to Fermanagh Street, Clones 29-12-1972
Newspaper: U.D.R. Man Injured in Ambush
Image: British Army being dropped off by helicopter
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