Irish History: Twentieth Century
The Bloody Sunday Inquiry
Official House of Commons inquiry home page.
"That it is expedient that a Tribunal be established for inquiring into a definite matter of urgent public importance, namely the events on Sunday, 30 January 1972 which led to loss of life in connection with the procession in Londonderry on that day, taking account of any new information relevant to events on that day."
Mr. Tony Blair's statement to the House of Commons to set up the official inquiry 29 January 1998.
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Princes Grace Irish Library (Monaco) Electronic Irish Records Dataset
"An A-Z reference guide to 4,380 Irish writers in all historical periods ; A complete list of Irish-subject publications since 1990 ; An up-to-date Bulletin of Irish Conferences & Cultural Events ... and much, much more."
Hidden Truths: Bloody Sunday 1972
"...probes one of the great tragedies of recent Irish-Anglo history, the shooting of Irish civil rights protestors by British soldiers in Derry, Northern Ireland on Sunday, January 30, 1972...this powerful exhibition address both the incident itself as well as the role of photography as witness within our culture."
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