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September 15, 2006

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Jason

Those aren't IRA murals, in fact quite the opposite. The abundance of British Flag's and the cross of St George are a fair indication that these are all murals to the glory of paramilitary groups loyal to the British crown.
Ulster Defence Association (UDA), Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF), Loyalist Volunteer Force (LVF), and the Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF) etc.
I've seen the Sandy Row one with my own eyes.


Frank

The tune to Lili Marlene was written in 1938, so it was a World War two anthem.

Chardman

Lili Marleen figures prominately in Emir Kusturica's Underground. It's played whenever the war drastically changes events and seems to symbolize change. It was also a big hit with the Yugoslav partisans in WWII, who played it on the radio every night.

Bill W

...And figures prominently in Fassbinder's WW2 epic "Lili Marleen."

Doc Bottski

Re: Imagining the tenth dimension. The butler did it.

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