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Top Ulster-related topics: 17th Century History

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Oct 21 2010
1 The Ulster Unionist Party (UUP), the more moderate of the two main unionist political parties in Northern Ireland 1002
2 Ulster Defence Association - another loyalist paramilitary group 920
3 Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF) - paramiltary loyalist group founded in 1966 and claiming the heritage of the earlier UVF 716
4 Royal Ulster Constabulary - Northern Ireland police force often accused of pro-Unionist bias, merged into the Police Service of Northern Ireland following the Good Friday Agreement 629
5 Ulster loyalism - a militant Unionist ideology held mostly by Protestants in Northern Ireland, 524
6 The Plantation of Ulster () - an early 17th century process of colonisation in the Province of Ulster during the in the reign of James I of England. 437
7 The Royal Ulster Rifles, name given to the former Royal Irish Rifles in the British Army in 1921, following the proclamation of the Irish Free State. 345
8 Ulster Defence Regiment - formed in 1970 to replace the USC (Ulster Special Constabulary). 227
9 Ulster Volunteers - founded in 1912 to block Home Rule for Ireland 149
10 Ulster Special Constabulary (USC), a reserve police force in Northern Ireland, formed in 1920 and disbanded in 1970. 137
11 Ulster Covenant - 1912 mass petition against the Home Rule Bill 134
12 Ulster nationalism - school of thought seeking the independence of Northern Ireland from the UK without becoming part of the Republic of Ireland. 130
13 Free Presbyterian Church of Ulster, founded in 1951 by the cleric and politician Ian Paisley 117
14 Ulster Resistance - 1980's paramilitary 54
15 * Ulster Young Militants youth of the above 50
16 *Ulster Democratic Party (UDP)/Ulster Loyalist Democratic Party/ New Ulster Political Research Group - political parties and groupings at different times linked to the above. 37
17 Ulster Protestant Volunteers/Ulster Constitution Defence Committee - 1960's paramilitaries 36
18 * The Ulster Third Way - supporting the above. 32
19 * Ulster Independence Movement - supporting the above. 30
20 *40 (Ulster) Signal Regiment 24
21 * Ulster Movement for Self-Determination - minor movement which emerged from the above 23
22 United Ulster Unionist Party - political party between 1975 and 1982. 22
23 Ulster Project - promoting reconciliation 21
24 Love Ulster - umbrella unionist victims' group 17
25 Ulster Loyalist Central Co-ordinating Committee/Ulster Independence Party/Ulster Independence Association - political party and paramilitary organization in the 1970s and 1980s 16
26 Ulster Defence Volunteers(UDV)/Ulster Home Guard - recruited by the Government of Northern Ireland during World War II. 11
27 Ulster Clubs - Unionist organisation in the 1980s 9
28 * 152nd (Ulster) Transport Regiment - in the UK Territorial Army. 8
29 Ulster Army Council 1973 coordination of Loyalist paramilitaries 7
30 * Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF) - later development of the above < 5
31 *206 (Ulster) Battery, Royal Artillery < 5
32 * Ulster Workers' Council Strike - 1974 general strike by the above, against the proposed power-sharing Sunningdale Agreement < 5
33 * 107 (Ulster) Brigade < 5
34 *Ulster Tower - war memorial at Thiepval, France, cemmemorating the above < 5
35 Ulster Workers Council - a Loyalist workers' organisation < 5

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