Belvoir Forest Park, Belfast was a Headquarters for British Troops in Northern Ireland. There, the peace shattered occasionally with the sound of enemy planes.
Things are very quiet down here. Nothing ever stirs except the wind bringing faint echoes of a war being fought with a vain savagery at London, Coventry, Sheffield - or the bitter sands of Libya.
Except for an unidentified plane, which brought half a dozen shots from A.A. guns one night, Ireland has not yet broken peace with the world, which is rather remarkable when one considers all the blood and grief that have drenched the green land through the years.