Ulsters WW2 fight


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There was no conscription in the 6 counties in ww2? The most likely reason being the fuss we made in 1918.
 

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Hi Bill so ye reckon a building built in 1898 was a nod to the 1933-45 turd Reich?...
The British and their imitator Unionists in Ireland were proto-Nazis.

Hitlers was greatly influenced by England - particularly by England's concentration camps during the Boar War.
 

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That the 36 th had been sent on a suicide mission to wipe out people who potentially would have been a major cause of pain and problems for His Majesty's Government once they got back home.
Interesting - not beyond the bounds of possibility.
 

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Ulsters WW2 FLIGHT
 

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There was no conscription in the 6 counties in ww2? The most likely reason being the fuss we made in 1918.
Conscription was approved by stormont on a number of occasions, it was apposed by nationalists, some PUL trade unionists, RCC, Eire and the USA therefore Westminster vetoed it...
 

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Conscription was approved by stormont on a number of occasions, it was apposed by nationalists, some PUL trade unionists, RCC, Eire and the USA therefore Westminster vetoed it...
Why did your people refuse to fight in WW2 as much as the so-called mainland, if yous are really actually Brits
 
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