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2003 on DVD
the Twelfth 2003!
year’s Twelfth celebrations were one of the best for many years.
The weather was lovely. The
crack was mighty and the carnival atmosphere lacking in recent years began to
re-emerge. Recapture those memories
of a perfect Twelfth by purchasing our Twelfth
2003 DVD. This DVD is
region-free, so you can send copies to relatives in
or anywhere in the world.
There’s much more to this DVD than footage of the parade.
There are lots of extras too. Learn
the background to the conflict. Find
out more about King Billy, King James, Schomberg, Sarsfield and the other
protagonists. See where the battles
took place. Listen to music from
some of Ulster’s finest marching bands on the
jukebox. It’s all here on this
VHS (PAL) video is now also available by popular demand. There's not so many
extra features as on the DVD, but some folk still prefer the good old-fashioned
video. This video will not play properly on North American NSTC
format machines. All you would see is a black and white image.
This DVD is available for £17.00 from our office or £18.00 including
post and packing by first class mail.
Readers in Éire and other EU countries can get a copy for €30.00
(airmail). North American readers
can get a copy for US$32.00
The video can be had for £11.00 including post and packing. Readers in Éire
and other EU countries can get a copy for €20.00 (airmail).
readers should make cheques or postal
orders payable to Glenwood Publications.
We cannot accept overseas cheques owing to horrendous bank charges.
It would almost be cheaper to pay you.
Instead, readers in
should send well-concealed cash only
at their own risk. If you are
sending cash, make sure it is very well concealed. Cash is sent at your own
If you have e-mail you can check the progress of your order. Simply e-mail
firstname.lastname@example.org when you
have posted your order off. We’ll e-mail you when your order has been received
enamel Ulster National Flag badge, (12mm x 9mm). Available for £2.50
including post and packing in British postage stamps. North American
customers are requested to send $5.00 in well-concealed cash.
Customers in Éire and other European countries should send €4.00 in
We have just
issued a new range of keyrings. These clear acrylic keyrings measure 40mm
x 55mm and each carry two designs. The range of designs are as
National Flag backed with Confederate Battle Flag.
National Flag backed with Third National Confederate Flag.
National Flag backed with Ulster map and Ulster First slogan.
Red Hand and Thistle backed with crossed Ulster National and Confederate Battle
£1.50 each in British postage stamps or £5.00 for the complete set.
North American readers can send $3.00 in well-concealed cash or $10.00 for the
complete set. Customers in Éire and other European countries should send
€2.50 in well-concealed cash or €8.00 for the complete set.
issues still available
We have a
limited number of Ulster Nation back issues still available. Once they're
gone, they're gone! £1.50 each in stamps or $3.00 in well-concealed
cash. Five mixed issues (our choice) for £5.00 or $10.00.
Issue 36 of Ulster
Nation is now in production.
Don't miss it. We'll send you an
copy for £1.50 in British postage stamps, €3.00 in coins taped securely
to a piece of folded card inside an envelope, or a US$2.00
Subscribe today. See
the Ulster Nation Home Page
for subscription details.
Politics - booklet 1
McCoy. W F McCoy: Prophet of Ulster-nationalism
The Real McCoy
is the first volume in our planned series of Northern Ireland politics
booklets. These are designed to promote interest in all aspects of Ulster
politics from an Ulster-nationalist perspective.
William Frederick McCoy
was the unionist MP for South Tyrone in the old Northern Ireland
Parliament. He caused uproar among the cosy Unionist Party establishment
of the 1940s and early 1950s when he called for total legislative independence
within the Empire - 'Dominion Status' - for Ulster. This new booklet from
the editor of Ulster Nation tells his story.
Copies are available
for £2.50 in Ulster and Great Britain. Please make cheques or
Postal Orders payable to Glenwood Publications. Copies in North America can
be had via airmail by sending US$5.00 in well-concealed cash. Copies
are also available from Amazon books.
Way magazine - issue 32. This new-look issue carries a long
conversation with Rabbi Mayer Schiller when he visited Ulster during the Twelfth
week of July 2000. It also carries an update on Ulster's so-called 'peace
process' from Ulster Nation's editor, David Kerr.
There's a thoughtful
look at the internet and its political uses and the role of elections for the
Third Way movement. There's lots more in this excellent issue. Send
£1.50 in stamps or US$3.00 in well-concealed cash for your copy.