“Bloody Sunday”

“The first ever complete oral history of one of the darkest episodes in modern Irish history.

In January 1972, a peaceful civil rights march in Northern Ireland ended in bloodshed. Troops from Britain’s 1st Battalion Parachute Regiment opened fire on marchers, leaving 13 dead and 15 wounded. Seven of those killed were teenage boys. The day became known as ‘Bloody Sunday’.” Written by Julieann Campbell. Find out more here.

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