BBC archive clips tell the story of the Enniskillen bombing on Remembrance Day, 1987. The IRA were responsible for the bomb, which killed 12 and injured 68.
Enniskillen's Catholic and Protestant communities enjoyed good relations before the 1987 bomb.
An IRA unit planted a bomb across the road from Enniskillen's war memorial as people prepared for Remembrance Sunday.
Victims of the Enniskillen bomb recall the explosion, with amateur video capturing the aftermath.
The Enniskillen bomb is internationally condemned, with both the IRA and Sinn Fein suffering a loss of support.
Victims of the Enniskillen bomb recall scenes at the local hospital.