What is believed to be the Ulster Defence Association's first public appearance, since its formation in September 1971, passes Unity Flats, Peter's Hill, Belfast, Saturday 18th March 1972, on its way to the Shankill Road, a loyalist heartland. The predominently Roman Catholic occupied Unity Flats situated on the fringes of Loyalist West Belfast was a sectarian flash point for many years. 197203180342a.
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