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Republican mural, Divis St., West Belfast, 2010. Mural commemorating Falls Curfew - imposed by British Army 3-5 July 1970; the curfew was broken by a march of women and children bringing food and supplies into the area. Image represents breaking of the curfew; British soldier to left, Maire Drumm (Republican activist) leading women to centre right. Oppression breeds resistance, resistance brings freedom, Falls Curfew July 1970; Dedicated to all those women who faced up to military aggression; plaque to top right: I ndil cuimhne William Burns 3-7-70 Charles O'Neill 3-7-70, Zbigniew Uglik 4-7-70, Patrick Elliman 11-7-70; Murdered by the British Army during the Falls Curfew of July 3-5 1970. The curfew was finally broken by the courage and determination of the women of Belfast. Republican