Rose Dugdale at a London demonstration in 1973.

The Central London Branch of the Anti-Internment League marching along Waterloo Place in London, during a demonstration demanding the release of the ‘Belfast 10 September 1973.

Rose Dugdale can be seen holding the banner free the Belfast Ten, Dolours and Marian Price and 8 others who received life sentences for bomb blasts in London. They immediately began a hunger strike for repatriation to prison in Ireland. They were brutally force-fed for a total of 206 days.

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