The Red Hand of Ulster is a symbol that crosses community divides. Although many today associate it with the Loyalist cause it has its roots in Irish Gaelic Culture. It has been used in heraldry for centuries to symbolise the province of Ulster. The Red Hand has been used by a wide variety of organisations both Nationalist and Unionist.
Look at the sources below and use the record sheet to help you explore them. Then answer the questions at the bottom of the sheet.
UVF motorcar corps badge
Irish Citizen Army Hat
Protestant Pro-Home Rule Pamphlet
Tyrone GAA Badge