- An area of the Maze and Long Kesh prison containing hut style accommodation, known as Nissen huts which were formerly used to billet the RAF during the Second World War. The Compounds is where prisoners with special category (political) status were held during the conflict in and about Northern Ireland from 1972-1988.
- Belonging to a social group that has a common national or cultural tradition.
- Maze and Long Kesh prison
- The term used to describe a site which includes Long Kesh which held prisoners with special category (political) status from 1972 to 1988, and HMP Maze which held prisoners from 1976 until 2000. The name Maze derives from the local area or townland and Long Kesh was the name given to an RAF airfield that previously existed on the site. If you are interested in finding out more about the prison site, visit the Time to Think archive for more about the educational experiences of Open University students at the Maze and Long Kesh prison. archive or the
- Protestant Unionist Loyalist (PUL)
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