Ulster Will Not Yield

Ulster Will Not Yield

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Details

Location

Belfast

Year

1921

Source

National Film and Television Archive

Format

35mm, film, intertitles

black and white

Length

47sec

Silent

silent

Courtesy

British Film Institute

Rights Holder

British Film Institute

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Description

Orangemen demonstrate their loyalty to Britain on the 12th July. Another film on the Twelfth in 1921. 'None the less Sir James Craig will attend conference' shows that Craig was highly critical of Lloyd George's negotiations with Sinn Fein - in fact, he refused to attend the peace conference which led to the signing of the Treaty.

Notes

There is some loss of image in this newsreel at the top and bottom of the film. The same sequence is shown in Will There Be Peace in Ireland?

Shot List

'The Topical Budget. Ulster Will Not Yield. Orangemen's Declaration on the 12th at Belfast'. View looking down on busy parade. 00:21 'None the less Sir James Craig will attend Conference'. Craig seen walking onto podium and sitting down. 00:44. Two women and a man sitting on the grass.