Orangemen on Parade

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Details

Location

Belfast

Year

1972

Source

British Pathe

Format

16mm, film

colour

Length

01min 52sec

Silent

silent

Courtesy

British Pathé

Rights Holder

British Pathé

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Description

Orangemen parading on the streets of Northern Ireland.

Notes

The Orange Order, also known as the Loyal Orange Institution, is the largest Protestant organisation in Northern Ireland, where it has a membership of 70,000-80,000. The order was founded in 1795 after a battle at Loughgall, County Armagh, in what became known as the Battle of the Diamond.

Shot List

View looking down a city street of an Orange Parade. There are lots of Ulster flags and Union Jacks being carried, and there are various flute bands. The Reverend Ian Paisley can be seen at 00:18.

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