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Conflict in Ireland
burned out houses in Belfast in the August 1969. As counties Fermanagh and Tyrone and border areas of Londonderry, Armagh, and Down were mainly nationalist, the Irish Boundary Commission could reduce Northern Ireland to four counties or less. They argued that the Northern Ireland state was neither legitimate nor democratic, but created with a deliberately gerrymandered unionist majority. 99 This was one of the most prominent events that occurred during the Northern Irish Conflict as it was recorded as the largest number of people killed in a single incident during the period.
A b c "Sutton Index of Deaths: Year of the death". There were other incidents of large scale shooting of civilians such as the Ballymurphy shootings (11 dead in 1971) and the Springhill shootings (5 deaths in 1972). However it is also true that republicans ended up putting aside their demand for united Ireland and working within a partitionist settlement. After the IRA called off its campaign in 1962, Northern Ireland became relatively stable for a brief period. It was re-established in May of that year but remained fragile and collapsed again in 2002. Retrieved 5 December 2015. The term "the Troubles" was previously used to refer to the Irish revolutionary period ; 36 a it was adopted to refer to the escalating violence in Northern Ireland after 1969. However most nationalists in the North traditionally voted for the moderate Nationalist Party. A number of people died in this violence, including a Catholic taxi driver, killed by the Loyalist Volunteer Force, and three (of four) nominally Catholic brothers (from a mixed-religion family) died when their house in Ballymoney was petrol-bombed. 81 83 All were widely blamed on the IRA, and British soldiers were sent to guard installations. Ulsterisation, the Prison struggle and the Hunger Strikes In the late 1970s, the British government, despairing of a political settlement, tried to find a security solution to reduce political violence to an acceptable level in the words of one Northern Secretary. Ryan Hackney and Amy Blackwell Hackney.