Anti Internment League

The Anti Internment League was formed in the week after the introduction of internment in the North of Ireland on 9th August 1971. The Anti Internment League was a united front which brought together Irish and British organisations on two demands. Immediate release of all Internees and the Immediate withdrawal of British troops from Ireland.The The Anti Internment League Southampton organised picketing of British army recruitment centres and held several indoor and outdoor public meetings. To protest about the killings on Derry’s Bloody Sunday 30th January 1972. 

Link here-Anti-Internment News No2 Link here-Anti-Internment News No41

Bows Egan People's Democracy speaking at Anti Internment Meeting Southampton 1972.

Bows Egan People’s Democracy speaking  Anti Internment Meeting Southampton 1972.

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