Gunner Victor Husband, 23 years, married, 2 children, British Army, who was killed 2nd June 1972 in a landmine explosion close to the N Ireland-Rep of Ireland border at Roslea, Co Fermanagh. A fellow soldier, Gunner Brian Robertson also died in the Provisional IRA blast detonated from the Rep of Ireland. The explosion occured near a bridge at Derryvollen which was repeatedly closed by the northern security forces and repeatedly open by local farmers. 197206020588
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