Apprentice Boys

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The Apprentice Boys are an Ulster loyalist organization whose title celebrates the thirteen apprentices who shut the city gates of Derry before the Jacobite siege (April–July 1689). The Apprentice Boys remain in existence, with a membership of around 10,000.

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