Paula Stronge, 6 years, who was killed along with another child, 4 year old Clare Hughes, when a UDA/UVF bomb exploded outside Benny's Bar in Ship Street, Belfast, on 31st October 1972. It was Hallowe'en and they were going to a nearby bonfire. Both little girls were Roman Catholics and lived in nearby streets. 197210310648
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