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This primary document shows the lengths the Stormont government went to in order to not blame the British Parachute Regiment for beginning the shooting on January 30, 1972. This document claims the Irish Republican Army (IRA) had been active for two…

In this primary source, Brian Faulkner, the Northern Ireland Prime Minister, claimed the deaths of the January 30, 1972 civil rights march could have been avoided if the marchers had adhered to the processions ban. Faulkner argued that the Northern…

This primary source discusses the Royal Ulster Constabulary (RUC) and January 30, 1972 from a cabinet meeting of the Stormont government. A day after Bloody Sunday, the acknowledgement of the upcoming Newry civil rights march proves the significance…

This primary source recounts Brian Faulkner’s beliefs about processions in Northern Ireland. Faulkner, the Northern Ireland Prime Minister during Bloody Sunday, argued that the ban of processions in Northern Ireland should continue after the six…

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View of Public Square in Cleveland, Ohio during Republican National Convention in July 2016

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This image was taken from my Bloody Sunday timeline created on Story Map.

This map shows the locations pertaining to Bloody Sunday.

This primary source gives details over the issues regarding Bloody Sunday, such as why no inquests had been made from the family members of those who died on this day. It gives insight into the tensions occurring between unionists and nationalists in…
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