Bernadette Devlin Speaking to Reporters

(Original Caption) New York: Bernadette Devlin, the fiery 22-year-old Member of Parliament from Mid-Ulster, Northern Ireland, speaks to a crowd demonstrating in front of the British Overseas Airway Corp. She said there would be "no peace" in Northern Ireland "if there is no justice" for the Catholic minority. The crowd was marching in front of the BOAC offices to show support of a boycott of BOAC and all British goods and services.
(Original Caption) New York: Bernadette Devlin, the fiery 22-year-old Member of Parliament from Mid-Ulster, Northern Ireland, speaks to a crowd demonstrating in front of the British Overseas Airway Corp. She said there would be "no peace" in Northern Ireland "if there is no justice" for the Catholic minority. The crowd was marching in front of the BOAC offices to show support of a boycott of BOAC and all British goods and services.
Bernadette Devlin Speaking to Reporters
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