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Bloody Sunday (1972)


Bloody Sunday – sometimes called the Bogside Massacre – was an incident on 30 January ...... The Orange Order: A Contemporary Northern Irish History.

Bloody Sunday in Northern Ireland - Jan 30, 1972 - HISTORY.com


On this day in History, Bloody Sunday in Northern Ireland on Jan 30, 1972. Learn more about what happened today on History.

BBC - History - Bloody Sunday


Explore the history of Bloody Sunday with over 40 years of BBC archive clips.

Today in Irish History, Bloody Sunday in Derry, 30 January 1972 ...


Jan 29, 2012 ... See also Four Bloody Sundays. In January 1972, a march was called by Northern Ireland Civil Rights Association in for Sunday January 30<sup>th</sup> in ...

Bloody Sunday in Derry 1972 - History of Irerland - Irish


By 1969 Northern Ireland was at breaking point and British Army troops were deployed to stop the large scale rioting such as the Battle of the Bogside.

HistoryBloody Sunday – Background - the Museum of Free Derry


HISTORYBLOODY SUNDAY – BACKGROUND. The Government of Ireland Act (1920) created Northern Ireland (N.I.) by dividing the 6 north-eastern counties  ...

Bloody Sunday | Northern Ireland [1972] | Britannica.com


Jan 12, 2015 ... Read; View History; Edit; Feedback. Bloody Sunday, demonstration in Londonderry (Derry), Northern Ireland, on Sunday, January 30, 1972, ...

John Lewis - March from Selma to Montgomery, "Bloody Sunday,"


The day is remembered in history as “Bloody Sunday.” Less than one week later, Lewis recounted the attack on the marchers during a Federal hearing at which ...

'Bloody Sunday' in St Petersburg | History Today


That Sunday morning in St Petersburg (it was January 9th, Old Style), some 150000 people gathered at the six designated assembly points to converge on the ...

Bloody Sunday 1972 - History in an HourHistory in an Hour


Jan 30, 2012 ... Bloody Sunday 1972: On 30 January 1972 British soldiers shot 26 unarmed civil rights protesters in an incident known as Bloody Sunday.

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Bloody Sunday Video - Civil Rights Movement - HISTORY.com


On March 7, 1965 around 600 people crossed the Edmund Pettus Bridge in an attempt to begin the Selma to Montgomery march. State troopers violently ...

Selma, Alabama, (Bloody Sunday, March 7, 1965) | The Black Past ...


African American History in the West · Global African ... Selma, Alabama, (Bloody Sunday, March 7, 1965) ... “Bloody Sunday” was televised around the world.

CAIN: Events: Bloody Sunday - Summary of Event


'Bloody Sunday', 30 January 1972 - Summary of Main Events ... Bishop Edward Daly, in an interview shown in Secret History: Bloody Sunday, broadcast by ...