Military and police at the scene of the 29th July 1976 explosion at the White Fort Inn, Andersonsontown, Belfast, N Ireland. There were two immediate fatalities and a third man died from his injuries on 8th September 1976. Approximately 60 men in the bar at the time of who 16 were injured. The attack was attributed to the UVF, Ulster Volunteer Force. 197607290337b
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