By Gerard Henrotin
Les accessoirres du pistolet Luger/Аксессуары для пистолетов ЛюгерБогато иллюстрированное издание, посвященное аксессуарам для пистолетов Luger. Клейма, чертежи, схемы, фото, рисунки.
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Ulster Unionists were well aware of British indifference to Northern Ireland’s fate relative to geopolitical concerns. Twice, in 1921 and in the early years of the Second World War, Britain put pressure on the Northern Ireland government to reach a modus vivendi with 29 the longest war Dublin for the greater good of the empire. It also reflected the sense that, despite the careful carving of the border to ensure a safe unionist majority, the Catholic minority was encroaching. Catholics had a birth rate approximately double that of the Protestant population.
Only in one local authority—Armagh Urban District—was Unionist control so precarious that it could be overturned by a simple change in the franchise. The importance to Unionists of the ratepayer’s franchise was that it locked in the principle that those who paid the most rates were entitled to the biggest say in the conduct of local government. Local government boundaries were required by law to be based on regard for rateable value (under the Towns Improvement (Ireland) Act 1854). If wards were to reflect the level of rates paid rather than population, then small but relatively wealthy areas were entitled to return as many councillors as large but relatively poor areas.
Urban redevelopment was clearly being manipulated so as not to upset the communal balance of power. Derry City The most striking focus of all these discontents was Derry/ Londonderry. Its gerrymandering, again employing the ‘rateable value’ defence, was stark. In a gerrymander in 1923 Unionists wrested control from Nationalists, an arrangement reinforced in the 1930s. A prominent Unionist MP, Edmund Warnock, recalled this as Derry led the way in the civil rights movement of 1968: If ever a community had a right to demonstrate against a denial of civil rights, Derry is the finest example.