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Orange Order - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Orange Order; The Orange Order flag (above) and logo (below), incorporating the colour orange, the purple star of the Williamites and the St George's Cross

Grand Orange Lodge of Ireland

Contains information about the Orange Order and its history and an account of the Battle of the Boyne. The principal Unionist organisation in Northern Ireland.

Orange Order in Canada - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Grand Orange Lodge of British America is a Protestant fraternal organization that began in County Armagh, Ireland in 1795. It has played a large part in the ...

Orange Order | Irish political society |

Orange Order, also called Loyal Orange Association, original name Orange Society, byname Orangemen, an Irish Protestant and political society, named for the ...

Orange Order – Secret Societies Exposed - Evangelical Truth

The Orange Order. The Orange Order is a large exclusively Protestant secret society. The Orange Order is one of the biggest secret societies existing throughout the ...

Grand Orange Lodge of Scotland - Official Site

The Orange Order is the oldest and biggest Protestant Christian fraternity in Scotland. We are an organisation of people bonded together to promote the ideals of our ...

BBC News | NORTHERN IRELAND | Profile: The Orange Order

The Orange Order is the largest Protestant organisation in Northern Ireland with at least 75,000 members, some of them in the Republic of Ireland.

Orange Order - Phoenixmasonry Masonic Museum

Orange Order . Societies and clubs celebrating the victory of King William III date back to 1690. The Orange Order itself arose out of disturbances in County ...

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“The Freedoms of Englishmen and the Protestant Religion I will Maintain” This was the vow the Prince of Orange made to the British people,