Ceasefire babies: Growing up in a lesser troubled Ulster

A young boy and soldier on the Springfield Road in west Belfast

A young boy and soldier on the Springfield Road in west Belfast

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August 31, 1994 remains a hugely important date in Northern Ireland’s history. It was the day the IRA committed to a cessation of all military operations, and the day that the possibility of peace, of change, of a new dispensation and a new Northern Ireland - one no longer defined by sectarian conflict and violence - became possible.

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