30 January 2006
Bloody Sunday - Derry - 30 January 1972
Today marks the 34th anniversary of the tragedy called 'Bloody Sunday'.
Click to view - photo from CAIN
**Please take some time to visit these sites. They are just a start. You will find many more links and resources listed within their pages:
>>CAIN - Key Events - Bloody Sunday
**I cannot say enough about this site for use as a resource on Bloody Sunday. It has so many links concerning the background history, chronology, information about the victims, maps, posters, murals, audio clips, sources for further research, photographs taken by eyewitnesses and a list of important websites available. Please be sure to visit >>CAIN
Remembering Bloody Sunday
January 30, 1972
'On January 30, 1972, soldiers from the British Army's 1st Parachute Regiment opened fire on unarmed and peaceful civilian demonstrators in the Bogside, Derry, Ireland, near the Rossville flats, killing 13 and wounding a number of others. One wounded man later died from illness attributed to that shooting'.
>>The Bloody Sunday Inquiry Web Site
>>Bloody Sunday Trust
truth - justice - reconciliation - healing
>>Guardian - Bloody Sunday coverage
>>BBC - Bloody Sunday Inquiry coverage
Click to view - Soldiers enter the Bogside
Click to view - Seventeen-year-old Michael Kelly lies on the ground after being shot. After this picture was taken 20-year-old Michael McDaid, partially visible in the top left, was also shot and killed.
Many different links to coverage of different aspects of the tragedy and the subsequent report and Inquiry. Includes archive articles, audio and visual resources.
Image from CAIN