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  • [[Image:Red_hand_of_Ulster.gif|thumb|The Flag of Northern Ireland]] ...osed to any notion of independence for the island of Ireland. The southern Unionist movement, dominated by Sir [[Edward Carson]] (1854-1935), lost momentum
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Ulster Unionism]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Democratic Unionist Party}}
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  • [[Image:Red_hand_of_Ulster.gif|thumb|The Flag of Northern Ireland]] ...osed to any notion of independence for the island of Ireland. The southern Unionist movement, dominated by Sir [[Edward Carson]] (1854-1935), lost momentum
    18 KB (2,722 words) - 15:57, 19 February 2011
  • {{rpl|Ulster Unionism}} {{rpl|Ulster Volunteer Force}}
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  • {{r|Ulster}} {{r|Ulster Unionism}}
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  • '''Northern Ireland''' ([[Ulster-Scots language|Ulster-Scots]]: ''Norlin Airlann'' or, more recently, ''Norlin Airlan''; [[Irish l ...en the supporters of the union with the UK ([[The Troubles#Unionism|Ulster unionists]] and [[The Troubles#Loyalism|loyalists]]) and supporters of unificatio
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  • The largest [[Ulster Unionism|Unionist]] party in [[Northern Ireland]].
    107 B (12 words) - 12:49, 28 May 2009
  • {{r|Ulster Unionism}} {{r|Ulster}}
    885 B (120 words) - 02:51, 18 January 2011
  • ...rity of Roman Catholics, who had often historically been less loyal to the union, looked after interests in Southern parliament. ...Protestant - in the 17th century, in a period known as the [[Plantation of Ulster]].
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  • ...One organization by that name was a main loyalist paramilitary force in [[Ulster]] in the early decades of the twentieth century. The second was a new organ ...the Ulster Volunteer Force in 1913. It is also commonly referred to as the Ulster Volunteers.
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  • *[[Ulster]] *[[Ulster Unionism]]
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  • * Adamson, Ian. ''The Identity of Ulster,'' 2nd edition (Belfast, 1987) * Bardon, Jonathan. ''A History of Ulster'' (Belfast, 1992.)
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  • {{r|Ulster Unionism}}
    251 B (32 words) - 18:26, 18 February 2010
  • '''Ulster''' is the most northerly of the four [[provinces of Ireland]]. It consists ...as the ''Uolunti'', probably a corruption of ''Uluti''. The English name "Ulster" derives from Irish ''Ulaid'' and [[Old Norse]] ''staðr'', "place, territo
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  • {{r|Ulster Unionism}}
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  • {{r|Ulster Unionism}} {{r|Protestant Unionist Party}}
    277 B (36 words) - 12:57, 28 May 2009
  • ...l Lloyd George. The Conservatives were traditionally [[Ulster Unionism|pro-Union]] and [[Home Rule|anti-Home Rule]]. Their influence limited Lloyd George’ ==Development of the Peace talks and the Ulster question==
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  • {{r|Ulster Unionism}}
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  • ...me Rule Movement]] in Ireland, when [[Northern Ireland]] [[Ulster Unionism|Unionists]] opposed any form of [[self-determination]] for the island of [[Irelan
    397 B (59 words) - 12:26, 4 January 2008
  • {{r|Ulster Unionism}}
    518 B (69 words) - 00:19, 12 January 2010
  • {{r|Ulster Unionism}}
    523 B (71 words) - 21:20, 11 January 2010
  • {{rpl|Ulster Unionism}}
    461 B (64 words) - 09:41, 24 September 2013

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