Published by Primary Source Microfilm
Recognized as the "national newspaper of Northern Ireland," the Belfast Telegraph is perfectly placed to record the events in the province. Read by all shades of the political spectrum in Northern Ireland, the Belfast Telegraph is valued for its unbiased non-sectarian reporting of conflicts. This commitment to objective reporting has won the Belfast Telegraph praise from all corners, and in 1998 it was named "Regional Newspaper of the Year."
The paper covers every aspect of Northern Irish public life, from news, current affairs and business to finance and cultural events. In particular, it provides crucial insights into the Anglo-Irish conflict, featuring on-the-spot reporting and in-depth analysis of the major events leading up to the peace process, the "Good Friday Agreement," the Referendum and the Omagh bombing.
With a back file extending to January 1976, the paper is an invaluable resource for charting the views and opinions of the people of Northern Ireland during this momentous period in their history. This microfilm edition consists of the Belfast "sixth edition" and changing papers from the regional editions.
Delivered Monthly. Available 1976 forward.