Northern Ireland: Men and My Daddy by Adam Patterson

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A photographs of Tommy and friends inside the Maze prison, each loyalist prisoners with his paper sash made for the July 12th celebration. 'The Twelfth' (also known as Orangemen's Day) which celebrates the 'Glorious Revolution' of 1688 (when Protestant king William III ascended the English throne) and the Battle of the Boyne (when William III defeated the catholic claimant James on the east coast of Ireland) is celebrated each year on the 12th of July. .