The National Archives

New Document Releases - New Year's Openings 2005

"In 1974, Direct Rule ended and power sharing was tried for the very first time. It didn't take long to go pear shaped. '74 was the year it got so extreme that the government lost control to people they dubbed 'fascists' and seriously questioned whether to pull out of Northern Ireland altogether.

The inside story of 1974 has been kept secret for 30 years. But now at The National Archives in London all the documents from that dramatic year are finally available to the public."

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