British Politics - The Ulster Volunteers - 1913
'Volunteers prepare for action at a meeting in Larne'. Protestant Ulstermen, armed with Boer War-era British Army equipment, pose for camera. The Volunteers were set up to resist Home Rule for Ireland, by force, if necessary. Other Volunteers can be seen drilling, background.
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Military - Guardsman - Clarence House
A Guardsman patrols the road in front of Clarence House, Prince Elizabeth's London home. Just after the Princess returned from Epsom, Miss Joan Miles, 40 year old telephonist, was attacked from behind while seated at the switchboard of her exchange, on the first floor of Clarence House. Scotland Yard announced that no unauthorised person had entered the house during the evening.
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