Angry bakery workers block the Springfield Road, Belfast, N Ireland, after the murder of company director, Charles Oliver Eaton, Protestant, who was shot by the Provisional IRA in the car park of the Peter Pan Bakery, on 30th June 1976. He died less than 30 minutes after the attack. A native of Londonderry he transferred to Belfast when his family's business amalgamated with the Bernard Hughes Bakery in Belfast to trade under the Peter Pan name. Mr Eaton was a member of the N Ireland Police Authority and a colonel in the Territorial Army. 197606300311COE3..Copyright Image from Victor Patterson, 54 Dorchester Park, Belfast, United Kingdom, UK...For my Terms and Conditions of Use go to http://www.victorpatterson.com/Victor_Patterson/Terms_%26_Conditions.html
Angry bakery workers block the Springfield Road, Belfast, N Ireland, after the murder of company director, Charles Oliver Eaton, Protestant, who was shot by the Provisional IRA in the car park of the Peter Pan Bakery, on 30th June 1976. He died less than 30 minutes after the attack. A native of Londonderry he transferred to Belfast when his family's business amalgamated with the Bernard Hughes Bakery in Belfast to trade under the Peter Pan name. Mr Eaton was a member of the N Ireland Police...
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