Jane Ewart-Biggs, widow of Christopher Ewart-Biggs, British Ambassador to Ireland, who was murdered in July 1976 in an IRA landmine near his home only weeks after taking up the post, with Peace People founders, Mairead Corrigan (centre) and Ciaran McKeown during a visit to Peace House in Belfast, N Ireland. 12th October 1977. 197710120190a.
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