|...36th Ulster Division...
|36th Ulster Division...Somme France...1916
...An Old NewsPaper Clipping...1916...
|36th Ulster Division Memorial
...In Kilcooley, County Down, Northern Ireland...
All The Soldiers of The 36th Ulster Division were Volunteers as Northern Ireland,,,Never Did and Never Has
Had Conscription into The British Army. The Ulsters as they were know at the time were The Only British
Division to reach their objective on The Somme, 1st July...1916, as a result they suffered dearly, being too far
forward to get support from any other division...Being The Old UVF and members of The Orange Order...and
all protestant, a lot of the soldiers Went Over The Top wearing their sashes while singing The Sash My Father
Wore, being The 1st of July...Look at Their Faces, Most of Them Died if Not All.
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10x8ins or 800x600 pixels in size...Image One is in Black and White and Image Two is in Outstanding Colour.
Both images are very rare as image one is no longer and image two is now badly faded and not the
colour it once was,,,i photographed it weeks after it was done...
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these images before and i,m heavy into The 36th Ulster Division.
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