A British soldier restrains an Orange Order parade ban protester. It happened during a big police and army presence to enforce a Government ban on members of Orange Order parading through the predominently republican town of Dungiven, Co Londonderry, on Sunday 13th June 1971.   If the parade had proceeded it would almost certainly have led to serious clashes. 19710613220c<br />
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A British soldier restrains an Orange Order parade ban protester. It happened during a big police and army presence to enforce a Government ban on members of Orange Order parading through the predominently republican town of Dungiven, Co Londonderry, on Sunday 13th June 1971. If the parade had proceeded it would almost certainly have led to serious clashes. 19710613220c

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