Orangeman's Day


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Orangeman's Day

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(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the 12th of July, celebrated by Protestants in Northern Ireland to commemorate the anniversary of the Battle of the Boyne (1690)
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ORANGEMAN'S DAY IN NORTHERN IRELAND 100BC: Roman emperor Julius Caesar was born, not by Caesarean section as is often claimed, though his name does come from the Latin "to cut".
ORANGEMAN'S DAY IN NORTHERN IRELAND | 100 BC: Roman emperor Julius Caesar was born, not by Caesarean section as is often claimed, though his name does come from the Latin "to cut".
ORANGEMAN'S DAY IN NORTHERN IRELAND 100 BC: Roman emperor Julius Caesar was born, not by Caesarean section as is often claimed, though his name does come from the Latin "to cut".
Writing last Friday, the Glorious Twelfth or Orangeman's Day - the day which celebrates the Protestant William of Orange's victory over the Catholic King James II at the Battle of the Boyne in 1690 - Mr Bailiff urged Loyalists to "take up arms" and "murder (and) slaughter the innocent".
TODAY ORANGEMAN'S DAY, NORTHERN IRELAND She outlived him and married again after his death.