Army & police were in strength on the outskirts of Dungiven, Co Londonderry, to enforce a government ban on an Orange parade through the predominently Nationalist town on 13th June 1971. A prominent loyalist activist, Rev William McCrea, is hustled away by soldiers. 197106130220d<br />
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Army & police were in strength on the outskirts of Dungiven, Co Londonderry, to enforce a government ban on an Orange parade through the predominently Nationalist town on 13th June 1971. A prominent loyalist activist, Rev William McCrea, is hustled away by soldiers. 197106130220d

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