A recent e-mail related the following adventure:
"I was about 5 years old and my brother was 6.
We had wandered too far up the Station Road, Portstewart, and were carried down to my anxious mother on the shoulders of the "American Soldiers" from Cromore whom we had met on the road.
My first experience of Chewing gum, and chocolate - and indeed Americans!
They were most amiable and happy lads, and I have always remembered them with pleasure."
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19 Loughanhill Industrial Estate
Coleraine BT52 2NR
HOW TIME FLIES!
some research of our own determined:
Dunn has been Professor of Conflict Studies and Director for the Centre
of Study of Conflict (University of Ulster, Coleraine) since 1991. He is
the author of many books and papers on a range of aspects of conflict,
with particular emphasis on the conflict in Northern Ireland. He is
joint editor of the series Ethnic and Intercommunity Conflict published
by Macmillan-St. Martinís Press. Helen Dawson obtained a first class
honours degree in Psychology at the University of Ulster in Coleraine,
and since then has worked as a researcher on a number of projects
concerned with the conflict in Northern Ireland. Much of this work has
been based in the Centre for Study of Conflict, and she has been
particularly interested in political and cultural dimensions of the
separation between the two main communities.