new 38th "Irish Brigade "Ulster title to be dropped

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new 38th "Irish Brigade "Ulster title to be dropped
Posted: Wed May 03, 2006 10:40 am

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new 38th "Irish Brigade "Ulster title to be dropped
Posted: Wed May 03, 2006 9:15 am

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The 8th and 39th infantry brigade the Royal Irish the other military deployments and the 107 brigade name will go.

In paticular there is concern that the 107 (ulster)brigade once part of the 36th Ulster division,which fought at the somme in 1916 will be lost.

However it is believed the name change is causing controversy among senior army personel.

This is another sinister attempt to erode british identity in the province said MLA Michael Copeland.


The efforts to strip the word Ulster from the army as was done in policing ,must not continue if we are to remain a recognisable group in the United Kingdom.

Belfast News Letter Wed May 3rd 2006

Another Bliar special what,what!

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ulsterism said:
Joined: Dec 20, 2005
Posts: 18

new 38th "Irish Brigade "Ulster title to be dropped
Posted: Wed May 03, 2006 10:40 am

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new 38th "Irish Brigade "Ulster title to be dropped
Posted: Wed May 03, 2006 9:15 am

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The 8th and 39th infantry brigade the Royal Irish the other military deployments and the 107 brigade name will go.

In paticular there is concern that the 107 (ulster)brigade once part of the 36th Ulster division,which fought at the somme in 1916 will be lost.

However it is believed the name change is causing controversy among senior army personel.

This is another sinister attempt to erode british identity in the province said MLA Michael Copeland.


The efforts to strip the word Ulster from the army as was done in policing ,must not continue if we are to remain a recognisable group in the United Kingdom.

Belfast News Letter Wed May 3rd 2006

Another Bliar special what,what!

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I somewhat doubt that anyone would be surprised by this, its indicative of a government which feels it somehow has the moral authority (yeah right) to tell us what we must be proud of (or embarrassed by) in our heritage.
 

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