1972- Bloody Sunday

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  • GB, London : Peaceful march
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    GB, London : Peaceful march
    02/02/1986
    GUNSTON/SIPA
    Peaceful march for the "Bloody Sunday" birthday. On Sunday January 30, 1972, in an incident since known as Bloody Sunday, 13 people were shot when the IRA attacked British soldiers during an illegal republican march in the Bogside area of the city of Londonderry, Northern Ireland. The march was organized by Londonderry MP Ivan Cooper to protest the internment of Irishmen in Northern Ireland. "Bloody Sunday" marked a major negative turning point in the fortunes of Northern Ireland. London, GB...

  • GB, London : Peaceful march
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    GB, London : Peaceful march
    02/02/1986
    GUNSTON/SIPA
    Peaceful march for the "Bloody Sunday" birthday. On Sunday January 30, 1972, in an incident since known as Bloody Sunday, 13 people were shot when the I RA attacked British soldiers during an illegal republican march in the Bogsi de area of the city of Londonderry, Northern Ireland. The march was organize d by Londonderry MP Ivan Cooper to protest the internment of Irishmen in Nor thern Ireland. "Bloody Sunday" marked a major negative turning point in the fortunes of...

  • Britain Northern Ireland Bloody Sunday Report
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    Britain Northern Ireland Bloody Sunday Report
    06/15/2010
    Peter Morrison/AP/SIPA
    Relatives of Bloody Sunday victims rip up copies of the Wigery Report, the initial and discredited report into the shooting, on the steps of the Guildhall in Londonderry, Northern Ireland, Tuesday, June, 15, 2010. Relatives of 13 Irish demonstrators shot to death by British troops on Northern Ireland's Bloody Sunday celebrated the publication of a fact-finding report into the 1972 atrocity - in which soldiers shot unarmed, often fleeing civilians in the back. More than 1,000 residents...

  • APTOPIX Britain Northern Ireland Bloody Sunday Report
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    APTOPIX Britain Northern Ireland Bloody Sunday Report
    06/15/2010
    Peter Morrison/AP/SIPA
    John Duddy, the brother of Michael Duddy who was shot dead on Bloody Sunday in 1972, reacts with relatives o fother victims, after leaving the Guildhall in Londonderry, Northern Ireland, Tuesday, June, 15, 2010. Relatives of 13 Irish demonstrators shot to death by British troops on Northern Ireland's Bloody Sunday celebrated the publication of a fact-finding report into the 1972 atrocity - in which soldiers shot unarmed, often fleeing civilians in the back. More than 1,000 residents tearfully...

  • APTOPIX Britain Northern Ireland Bloody Sunday
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    APTOPIX Britain Northern Ireland Bloody Sunday
    06/15/2010
    Peter Morrison/AP/SIPA
    John Duddy the brother of Michael Duddy who was shot dead on Bloody Sunday 1972 reacts after leaving the Guildhall in Londonderry, Northern Ireland, Tuesday, June, 15, 2010. Relatives of 13 Irish demonstrators shot to death by British troops on Northern Ireland's Bloody Sunday celebrate the publication of a fact-finding report into the 1972 atrocity _ in which soldiers shot unarmed, often fleeing civilians in the back.British Prime Minister David Cameron has apologized on behalf of his...

  • Sinn Fein's Martin McGuinness center, and party collegues Raymond McCartney and Mary Nellis , make their way past a mural of Bloody Sunday on their way to the Guildhall for the Bloody Sunday Inquiry  in Londonderry, Wednesday, Nov. 5, 2003.  Martin Mc/SIP
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    Sinn Fein's Martin McGuinness center, and party collegues Raymond McCartney and Mary Nellis , make their way past a mural of Bloody Sunday on their way to the Guildhall for the Bloody Sunday Inquiry in Londonderry, Wednesday, Nov. 5, 2003. Martin Mc/SIP
    11/05/2003
    PETER MORRISON/AP/SIPA
    Sinn Fein's Martin McGuinness center, and party collegues Raymond McCartney and Mary Nellis , make their way past a mural of Bloody Sunday on their way to the Guildhall for the Bloody Sunday Inquiry in Londonderry, Wednesday, Nov. 5, 2003. Martin McGuinness was giving evidence at the inquiry were he said that he ordered IRA men not to attack British troops during the civil rights march that led to Bloody Sunday in which 13 people were killed in 1972. (AP Photo/Peter Morrison)/BRITAIN...

  • Sinn Fein's Martin McGuinness  makes his way past a mural of Bloody Sunday on their way to the Guildhall for the Bloody Sunday Inquiry  in Londonderry, Wednesday, November 5, 2003.   McGuinness was giving evidence at the inquiry were he said that he o/SIP
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    Sinn Fein's Martin McGuinness makes his way past a mural of Bloody Sunday on their way to the Guildhall for the Bloody Sunday Inquiry in Londonderry, Wednesday, November 5, 2003. McGuinness was giving evidence at the inquiry were he said that he o/SIP
    11/05/2003
    PETER MORRISON/AP/SIPA
    Sinn Fein's Martin McGuinness makes his way past a mural of Bloody Sunday on their way to the Guildhall for the Bloody Sunday Inquiry in Londonderry, Wednesday, November 5, 2003. McGuinness was giving evidence at the inquiry were he said that he ordered IRA men not to attack British troops during the civil rights march that led to Bloody Sunday which killed 13 people in 1972. (AP Photo/Peter Morrison)/BRITAIN NORTHERN IRELAND/0311051335/0311051337

  • BRITAIN NORTHERN IRELAND
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    BRITAIN NORTHERN IRELAND
    06/07/2004
    PETER MORRISON/AP/SIPA
    Bloody Sunday Inquiry judge William Hoyt makes his way to the Guildhall in Londonderry, Northern Ireland, Monday, June, 7, 2004. The Bloody Sunday inquiry was told by a barrister for the families, that the names of those killed have already been cleared. The inquriy is investigating the 1972 shooting of 13 Roman Catholics by the British Army. (AP Photo/Peter Morrison)/BRITAIN_NORTHERN_IRELAND_XBFT102/0406071640

  • BRITAIN NIRELAND
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    BRITAIN NIRELAND
    01/29/2006
    PETER MORRISON/AP/SIPA
    Friends and relatives join the Bloody Sunday 34th anniversary parade as it makes its way through the Bogside area of Londonderry, Northern Ireland, Sunday, Jan. 29, 2006. The parade remembers the 13 civil rights marchers who were shot dead by members of the British Army's parachute regiment on January 30, 1972. (AP Photo/Peter Morrison)/BRITAIN_NIRELAND__XBFT103/0601291900

  • BRITAIN NIRELAND
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    BRITAIN NIRELAND
    01/29/2006
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    An Irish Republican colour party carrying the Irish, right, and Republican youth flags, joins the Bloody Sunday 34th anniversary parade through the Bogside area of Londonderry, Northern Ireland, Sunday, Jan. 29, 2005. The parade remembers the 13 civil rights marchers who were shot dead by members of the British Army's parachute regiment on January 30 1972. (AP Photo/Peter Morrison)/BRITAIN_NIRELAND__XBFT102/0601291836/BRITAIN_NIRELAND__XBFT102/0601291836

  • BRITAIN NIRELAND
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    BRITAIN NIRELAND
    01/29/2006
    PETER MORRISON/AP/SIPA
    An Irish Republican carrying an Irish flag, leads the Bloody Sunday 34th anniversary parade through the Bogside area of Londonderry, Northern Ireland, Sunday, Jan. 29, 2006. The parade remembers the 13 civil rights marchers who were shot dead by members of the British Army's parachute regiment on January 30 1972. (AP Photo/Peter Morrison)/BRITAIN_NIRELAND__XBFT101/0601291835

  • Britain Northern Ireland Bloody Sunday
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    Britain Northern Ireland Bloody Sunday
    06/13/2010
    Peter Morrison/AP/SIPA
    In this photo taken June 12, 2010 a man walks by a mural remembering the 1972 Bloody Sunday killings adorning a wall in the Bogside area of Londonderry, Northern Ireland. "Bloody Sunday," the 1972 atrocity when British soldiers gunned down 13 Catholic demonstrators in bitterly disputed circumstances, faces a moment of truth Tuesday June 15, 2010 when a 5,000-page report that cost 200 million pounds ($290 million) and took 12 years to produce is finally unveiled. (AP Photo/Peter...

  • Britain Northern Ireland Bloody Sunday
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    Britain Northern Ireland Bloody Sunday
    06/13/2010
    Peter Morrison/AP/SIPA
    In this photo taken June 12, 2010 a mural remembers the battle of the Bogside in the 1970's, in the Bogside area of Londonderry, Northern Ireland. "Bloody Sunday," the 1972 atrocity when British soldiers gunned down 13 Catholic demonstrators in bitterly disputed circumstances, faces a moment of truth Tuesday June 15, 2010 when a 5,000-page report that cost 200 million pounds ($290 million) and took 12 years to produce is finally unveiled. (AP Photo/Peter...

  • APTOPIX Britain Northern Ireland Bloody Sunday
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    APTOPIX Britain Northern Ireland Bloody Sunday
    06/13/2010
    Peter Morrison/AP/SIPA
    In this image taken June 12, 2010 murals remembering Bloody Sunday are seen in the Bogside area of Londonderry, Northern Ireland. "Bloody Sunday," the 1972 atrocity when British soldiers gunned down 13 Catholic demonstrators in bitterly disputed circumstances, faces a moment of truth Tuesday June 15, 2010 when a 5,000-page report that cost 200 million pounds ($290 million) and took 12 years to produce is finally unveiled. (AP Photo/Peter...

  • Britain Northern Ireland Bloody Sunday
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    Britain Northern Ireland Bloody Sunday
    06/13/2010
    Peter Morrison/AP/SIPA
    This photo taken June 12, 2010 shows a mural depicting Bloody Sunday in the Bogside area of Londonderry, Northern Ireland."Bloody Sunday," the 1972 atrocity when British soldiers gunned down 13 Catholic demonstrators in bitterly disputed circumstances, faces a moment of truth Tuesday June 15, 2010 when a 5,000-page report that cost 200 million pounds ($290 million) and took 12 years to produce is finally unveiled. (AP Photo/Peter...

  • Britain Northern Ireland Bloody Sunday
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    Britain Northern Ireland Bloody Sunday
    06/13/2010
    Peter Morrison/AP/SIPA
    In this image taken June 12, 2010 a mural remembering Bloody Sunday adorns a gable wall in the Bogside area of Londonderry, Northern Ireland. "Bloody Sunday," the 1972 atrocity when British soldiers gunned down 13 Catholic demonstrators in bitterly disputed circumstances, faces a moment of truth Tuesday June 15, 2010 when a 5,000-page report that cost 200 million pounds ($290 million) and took 12 years to produce is finally unveiled. (AP Photo/Peter...

  • Britain Northern Ireland Bloody Sunday
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    Britain Northern Ireland Bloody Sunday
    06/13/2010
    Peter Morrison/AP/SIPA
    In this photo taken June 12, 2010 children play ball in front of a mural that shows a Catholic priest carrying the body of shooting victim Jackie Duddy during Bloody Sunday of 1972, in the Bogside area of Londonderry, Northern Ireland. "Bloody Sunday," the 1972 atrocity when British soldiers gunned down 13 Catholic demonstrators in bitterly disputed circumstances, faces a moment of truth Tuesday June 15, 2010 when a 5,000-page report that cost 200 million pounds ($290 million) and took 12...

  • Britain Northern Ireland Bloody Sunday
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    Britain Northern Ireland Bloody Sunday
    06/13/2010
    Peter Morrison/AP/SIPA
    In this image taken June 12, 2010 a tourist looks at a map under a Bloody Sunday mural in the Bogside area of Londonderry, Northern Ireland. "Bloody Sunday," the 1972 atrocity when British soldiers gunned down 13 Catholic demonstrators in bitterly disputed circumstances, faces a moment of truth Tuesday June 15, 2010 when a 5,000-page report that cost 200 million pounds ($290 million) and took 12 years to produce is finally unveiled. (AP Photo/Peter...

  • Britain Northern Ireland Bloody Sunday
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    Britain Northern Ireland Bloody Sunday
    06/15/2010
    Peter Morrison/AP/SIPA
    Relatives and family members of those killed and injured in the 1972 Bloody Sunday shootings make their way to the Guildhall to receive a preview of the Saville Report in Londonderry, Northern Ireland, Tuesday, June, 15, 2010. The British government publishes findings of investigation into Bloody Sunday, the 1972 killing of 13 Catholic demonstrators by British troops. The investigation began in 1998 and became the most expensive in British legal history as it gathered evidence from 2,500...

  • APTOPIX Britain Northern Ireland Bloody Sunday
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    APTOPIX Britain Northern Ireland Bloody Sunday
    06/15/2010
    Peter Morrison/AP/SIPA
    Relatives and family members of those killed and injured in the 1972 Bloody Sunday shootings make their way to the Guildhall to receive a preview of the Saville Report in Londonderry, Northern Ireland, Tuesday, June, 15, 2010. The British government publishes findings of investigation into Bloody Sunday, the 1972 killing of 13 Catholic demonstrators by British troops. The investigation began in 1998 and became the most expensive in British legal history as it gathered evidence from 2,500...

  • Britain Northern Ireland Bloody Sunday
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    Britain Northern Ireland Bloody Sunday
    06/15/2010
    Peter Morrison/AP/SIPA
    Relatives and family members of those killed and injured in the 1972 Bloody Sunday shootings make their way to the Guildhall to receive a preview of the Saville Report in Londonderry, Northern Ireland, Tuesday, June, 15, 2010. The British government publishes findings of investigation into Bloody Sunday, the 1972 killing of 13 Catholic demonstrators by British troops. The investigation began in 1998 and became the most expensive in British legal history as it gathered evidence from 2,500...

  • Britain Northern Ireland Bloody Sunday
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    Britain Northern Ireland Bloody Sunday
    06/15/2010
    Peter Morrison/AP/SIPA
    Megan Bradley, 3, grand niece of Jim Wray, joins relatives and family members of those killed and injured in the 1972 Bloody Sunday shootings during a march to the Guildhall to receive a preview of the Saville Report in Londonderry, Northern Ireland, Tuesday, June, 15, 2010. The British government publishes findings of investigation into Bloody Sunday, the 1972 killing of 13 Catholic demonstrators by British troops. The investigation began in 1998 and became the most expensive in British...

  • Britain Northern Ireland Bloody Sunday
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    Britain Northern Ireland Bloody Sunday
    06/15/2010
    Peter Morrison/AP/SIPA
    A woman walks past a Bloody Sunday mural in the Bogside area of Londonderry, Northern Ireland, Tuesday, June 15, 2010. Relatives and family members marched to the Guildhall to preview the Bloody Sunday Report in Londonderry Tuesday, ahead of the release of the long-awaited Saville report. The British government publishes findings of investigation into Bloody Sunday, the 1972 killing of 13 Catholic demonstrators by British troops. The investigation began in 1998 and became the most expensive...

  • Britain Northern Ireland Bloody Sunday
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    Britain Northern Ireland Bloody Sunday
    06/15/2010
    Peter Morrison/AP/SIPA
    A man walks past a Bloody Sunday mural in the Bogside area of Londonderry, Northern Ireland, Tuesday, June 15, 2010. Relatives and family members marched to the Guildhall to preview the Bloody Sunday Report in Londonderry Tuesday, ahead of the release of the long-awaited Saville report. The British government publishes findings of investigation into Bloody Sunday, the 1972 killing of 13 Catholic demonstrators by British troops. The investigation began in 1998 and became the most expensive in...

  • Britain Northern Ireland Bloody Sunday
    AP20948166_000007
    Britain Northern Ireland Bloody Sunday
    06/15/2010
    Peter Morrison/AP/SIPA
    Relatives and family members of those killed and injured in the 1972 Bloody Sunday shootings make their way to the Guildhall to receive a preview of the Saville Report in Londonderry, Northern Ireland, Tuesday, June, 15, 2010. The British government publishes findings of investigation into Bloody Sunday, the 1972 killing of 13 Catholic demonstrators by British troops. The investigation began in 1998 and became the most expensive in British legal history as it gathered evidence from 2,500...

  • Britain Northern Ireland Bloody Sunday
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    Britain Northern Ireland Bloody Sunday
    06/15/2010
    Peter Morrison/AP/SIPA
    John Kelly brother of Michael Kelly who was shot dead on Bloody Sunday 1972 reacts after leaving the Guildhall in Londonderry, Northern Ireland, Tuesday, June, 15, 2010. The British soldiers who killed 13 Catholic demonstrators in Northern Ireland during "Bloody Sunday" nearly four decades ago committed "unjustified and unjustifiable" killings of unarmed and innocent victims and then lied about it, a fact-finding investigation concluded Tuesday after a 12-year hunt for the truth. (AP...

  • Britain Nireland Bloody Sunday Report
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    Britain Nireland Bloody Sunday Report
    06/15/2010
    Peter Morrison/AP/SIPA
    Relatives and families march to the Guildhall for a preview of the Saville report into the 1972 Bloody Sunday Shootings, in Londonderry, Northern Ireland, Tuesday, June, 15, 2010. The British soldiers who killed 13 Catholic demonstrators in Northern Ireland during "Bloody Sunday" nearly four decades ago committed "unjustified and unjustifiable" killings of unarmed and innocent victims and then lied about it, a fact-finding investigation concluded Tuesday after a 12-year hunt for the truth....

  • Britain Nireland Bloody Sunday Report
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    Britain Nireland Bloody Sunday Report
    06/15/2010
    Peter Morrison/AP/SIPA
    Relatives of the 1972 Bloody Sunday victims react after leaving the Guildhall in Londonderry, Northern Ireland, Tuesday, June, 15, 2010. More than 1,000 Londonderry residents applauded, hugged and cried outside city hall as the long-awaited verdict was announced live on a huge television screen. They had campaigned for 38 years for the victims _ originally branded as Irish Republican Army bombers and gunmen _ to have their good names restored and the guilt of the soldiers who shot them...

  • Britain Northern Ireland Bloody Sunday March
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    Britain Northern Ireland Bloody Sunday March
    01/30/2011
    Peter Morrison/AP/SIPA
    Thousands of people march through Londonderry, Northern Ireland, Sunday, Jan. 30, 2011. The Bloody Sunday rememberance march took place through the streets of Derry for the last time. The marchers started from the Creggan area walking behind a banner carried by the families which read "vindicated".They completed the route begun in 1972 - the march usually stops at Free Derry Corner, but instead went all the way to the Guildhall.Organisers said they believe the annual event should come to an...

  • Britain Northern Ireland Bloody Sunday March
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    Britain Northern Ireland Bloody Sunday March
    01/30/2011
    Peter Morrison/AP/SIPA
    Relatives of the Bloody Sunday victims pause beside a mural of the victims during the last Bloody Sunday March in Londonderry, Northern Ireland, Sunday, Jan. 30, 2011. The Bloody Sunday remembrance march took place through the streets of Derry for the last time. The marchers started from the Creggan area walking behind a banner carried by the families which read "vindicated".They completed the route begun in 1972 - the march usually stops at Free Derry Corner, but instead went all the way to...

  • Bloody Sunday Aftermath
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    Bloody Sunday Aftermath
    02/01/1972
    Anonymous/AP/SIPA
    Anti-British protesters in the streets of Enniskillen, Northern Ireland, Feb. 1972, in the aftermath of Bloody Sunday. (AP Photo)/APHS399756/AP110601083568/25632/1201021448

  • Bloody Sunday Aftermath
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    Bloody Sunday Aftermath
    02/01/1972
    Michel Laurent/AP/SIPA
    British troops release smoke bombs to control minor but persistent disturbances in the bogside district of Londonderry, Northern Ireland, Feb. 1972. (AP Photo/Michel Laurent)/APHS399771/AP110601112680/25632/1201021444

  • Bloody Sunday Aftermath
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    Bloody Sunday Aftermath
    02/01/1972
    Michel Laurent/AP/SIPA
    Buildings stand in ruins in Belfast, capital of Northern Ireland, Feb. 1972, in the aftermath of Bloody Sunday. (AP Photo/Michel Laurent)/APHS399762/AP110601083535/25632/1201021441

  • Bloody Sunday Aftermath
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    Bloody Sunday Aftermath
    02/01/1972
    MICHEL LAURENT/AP/SIPA
    Women and children stand near an armed British military soldier patrols a street in Belfast, Northern Ireland, Feb. 1972. British paratroopers shot 13 demonstrators during a civil rights march on Jan. 30, known as Bloody Sunday. (AP Photo/Michel Laurent)/APHS141/AP720201055/1201021445

  • Bloody Sunday Aftermath
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    Bloody Sunday Aftermath
    02/01/1972
    Anonymous/AP/SIPA
    Anti-British protesters in the streets of Enniskillen, Northern Ireland, Feb. 1972, in the aftermath of Bloody Sunday. (AP Photo)/APHS399757/AP110601083576/25632/1201021444

  • Bloody Sunday Aftermath
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    Bloody Sunday Aftermath
    02/01/1972
    Michel Laurent/AP/SIPA
    Ruins in Belfast, capital of Northern Ireland, Feb. 1972, in the aftermath of Bloody Sunday. (AP Photo/Michel Laurent)/APHS399765/AP110601112649/25632/1201021444

  • Bloody Sunday Aftermath
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    Bloody Sunday Aftermath
    02/01/1972
    Michel Laurent/AP/SIPA
    Children play on damaged cars in front of damaged houses in Belfast, capital of Northern Ireland, Feb. 1972. (AP Photo/Michel Laurent)/APHS398767/AP7202010752/25631/1201021445

  • Bloody Sunday Aftermath
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    Bloody Sunday Aftermath
    02/01/1972
    Anonymous/AP/SIPA
    Anti-British protesters in the streets of Enniskillen, Northern Ireland, Feb. 1972, in the aftermath of Bloody Sunday. (AP Photo)/APHS399758/AP110601083543/25632/1201021441

  • Bloody Sunday Aftermath
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    Bloody Sunday Aftermath
    02/01/1972
    Michel Laurent/AP/SIPA
    Barbed wire road block in Belfast, capital of Northern Ireland, Feb. 1972. (AP Photo/Michel Laurent)/APHS399761/AP110601112664/25632/1201021441

  • Bloody Sunday Aftermath
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    Bloody Sunday Aftermath
    02/01/1972
    Michel Laurent/AP/SIPA
    Children stand on a corner in Belfast, the capital of Northern Ireland, in the aftermath of Bloody Sunday, Feb. 1972. (AP Photo/Michel Laurent)/APHS399767/AP7202010919/25632/1201021436

  • Bloody Sunday Aftermath
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    Bloody Sunday Aftermath
    02/01/1972
    Michel Laurent/AP/SIPA
    Haze from smoke bombs released by British troops to control minor but persistent disturbances in the bogside district of Londonderry, Northern Ireland, Feb. 1972. (AP Photo/Michel Laurent)/APHS399772/AP110601083519/25632/1201021427

  • Bloody Sunday Aftermath
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    Bloody Sunday Aftermath
    02/01/1972
    MICHEL LAURENT/AP/SIPA
    Armed British troops patrol a neighborhood in Londonderry, Northern Ireland, in Feb. 1972, following the deadly shooting of 13 demonstrators by British paratroopers during the civil rights march on Jan. 30, known as Bloody Sunday. (AP Photo/Michel Laurent)/APHS142/AP720201064/1201021436

  • Bloody Sunday Aftermath
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    Bloody Sunday Aftermath
    02/01/1972
    Michel Laurent/AP/SIPA
    Armored patrols by British troops and schools crossing "lollipop" man in Londonderry, Northern Ireland in Feb. 1972. IRA graffiti on walls, etc. (AP Photo/Michel Laurent)/APHS398760/AP7202010737/25631/1201021431

  • Bloody Sunday Aftermath
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    Bloody Sunday Aftermath
    02/01/1972
    Michel Laurent/AP/SIPA
    British troops patrol on Belfast streets with pro-British posters around the corner, in the capital of Northern Ireland, Feb. 1972. (AP Photo/Michel Laurent)/APHS398769/AP7202010745/25631/1201021428

  • Bloody Sunday Aftermath
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    Bloody Sunday Aftermath
    02/01/1972
    Michel Laurent/AP/SIPA
    Effigy of a British soldier in Belfast, capital of Northern Ireland, Feb. 1972. (AP Photo/Michel Laurent)/APHS399764/AP110601083550/25632/1201021431

  • Bloody Sunday Aftermath
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    Bloody Sunday Aftermath
    02/01/1972
    Michel Laurent/AP/SIPA
    A building burns in the bogside district of Londonderry, Northern Ireland, in the aftermath of Bloody Sunday, Feb. 1972. (AP Photo/Michel Laurent)/APHS399769/AP7202011735/25632/1201021428

  • Bloody Sunday Aftermath
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    Bloody Sunday Aftermath
    02/01/1972
    Michel Laurent/AP/SIPA
    Children play on damaged cars in front of damaged houses in Belfast, capital of Northern Ireland, Feb. 1972. (AP Photo/Michel Laurent)/APHS398770/AP7202011701/25631/1201021432

  • Bloody Sunday Aftermath
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    Bloody Sunday Aftermath
    02/01/1972
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    Wreckage of autos in Belfast, capital of Northern Ireland, Feb. 1972. (AP Photo/Michel Laurent)/APHS399766/AP110601112656/25632/1201021431

  • Bloody Sunday Aftermath
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    Bloody Sunday Aftermath
    02/01/1972
    Michel Laurent/AP/SIPA
    British troops release smoke bombs to control minor but persistent disturbances in the bogside district of Londonderry, Northern Ireland, Feb. 1972. (AP Photo/Michel Laurent)/APHS399770/AP110601112672/25632/1201021427

  • Bloody Sunday Aftermath
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    Bloody Sunday Aftermath
    02/01/1972
    Michel Laurent/AP/SIPA
    Smoke pours from a building in the bogside district of Londonderry, Northern Ireland, in the aftermath of disturbances following Bloody Sunday, Feb. 1972. (AP Photo)/APHS399768/AP7202011719/25632/1201021432

  • Bloody Sunday Aftermath
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    Bloody Sunday Aftermath
    02/01/1972
    Michel Laurent/AP/SIPA
    School children in Londonderry, Northern Ireland in February 1972. Note IRA graffiti on walls. (AP Photo/Michel Laurent)/APHS398759/AP7202010760/25631/1201021436

  • Bloody Sunday Aftermath
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    Bloody Sunday Aftermath
    02/01/1972
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    Funerals for persons killed in the Bloody Sunday disturbances in Belfast, Feb. 1972. (AP Photo/Michel Laurent)/APHS399763/AP110601083527/25632/1201021444

  • Bloody Sunday Aftermath
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    Bloody Sunday Aftermath
    02/02/1972
    AP/SIPA
    Pallbearers carry one of 13 coffins of Bloody Sunday victims to a graveside during a funeral in Derry, Northern Ireland, following requiem mass at nearby St. Mary's church at Creggan Hill on Feb. 2, 1972. About 10,000 people shared in the funeral services. British soldiers shot dead 13 catholic protesters in Northern Ireland on Jan. 30. (AP Photo)/APHS144/AP720202027/1201021428

  • Bloody Sunday Aftermath
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    Bloody Sunday Aftermath
    02/05/1972
    Edward Kitch/AP/SIPA
    Sympathizers to the thirteen persons killed in confrontations between British troops and Londonderry, Ireland residents hold a thirteen-minute silent vigil in Chicago¿s Civic Center plaza, Feb. 5, 1972. Casket from Ireland, foreground, draped in the Irish tri-color and thirteen crosses, adorned with the names of the victims, were part of the vigil. (AP Photo/Edward Kitch)/APHS398764/AP7202050709/25631/1201021436

  • Bloody Sunday Aftermath
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    Bloody Sunday Aftermath
    02/05/1972
    Edward Kitch/AP/SIPA
    Sympathizers to the thirteen persons killed in confrontations between British troops and Londonderry, Ireland residents hold a thirteen-minute silent vigil in Chicago¿s Civic Center plaza, Feb. 5, 1972. (AP Photo/Edward Kitch)/APHS398763/AP7202050741/25631/1201021432

  • Bloody Sunday Aftermath
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    Bloody Sunday Aftermath
    02/05/1972
    Edward Kitch/AP/SIPA
    Sympathizers to the thirteen persons killed in confrontations between British troops and Londonderry, Ireland residents hold a thirteen-minute silent vigil in Chicago¿s Civic Center plaza, Feb. 5, 1972. Casket from Ireland, foreground, draped in the Irish tri-color and thirteen crosses, adorned with the names of the victims, were part of the vigil. (AP Photo/Edward Kitch)/APHS398762/AP7202050733/25631/1201021432

  • Bloody Sunday Aftermath
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    Bloody Sunday Aftermath
    02/05/1972
    Edward Kitch/AP/SIPA
    Sympathizers to the thirteen persons killed in confrontations between British troops and Londonderry, Ireland residents hold a thirteen-minute silent vigil in Chicago¿s Civic Center plaza, Feb. 5, 1972. Casket from Ireland, draped in the Irish tri-color and thirteen crosses, adorned with the names of the victims, were part of the vigil. (AP Photo/Edward Kitch)/APHS398766/AP7202050725/25631/1201021445

  • Bloody Sunday Aftermath
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    Bloody Sunday Aftermath
    02/05/1972
    Edward Kitch/AP/SIPA
    Sympathizers to the thirteen persons killed in confrontations between British troops and Londonderry, Ireland residents hold a thirteen-minute silent vigil in Chicago¿s Civic Center plaza, Feb. 5, 1972. (AP Photo/Edward Kitch)/APHS398761/AP7202050758/25631/1201021445

  • Bloody Sunday Aftermath
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    Bloody Sunday Aftermath
    02/05/1972
    Edward Kitch/AP/SIPA
    Sympathizers to the thirteen persons killed in confrontations between British troops and Londonderry, Ireland residents hold a thirteen-minute silent vigil in Chicago¿s Civic Center plaza, Feb. 5, 1972. (AP Photo/Edward Kitch)/APHS398765/AP7202050717/25631/1201021442

  • Bloody Sunday Aftermath
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    Bloody Sunday Aftermath
    02/10/1972
    AP/SIPA
    Catholic youths rush away as a gas cannister explodes in their midst during disorders in the Bogside district of Londonderry, near the scene of the "bloody Sunday" killings earlier in the month. Youths had used nail bombs and gelignite to attack British armoured cars (in the foreground, left) during the late afternoon clash. Troops hit back with a hail of rubber bullets and C.S. gas. (AP-Photo) 10.2.1972//AP720210045/1201021436

  • Bloody Sunday Aftermath
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    Bloody Sunday Aftermath
    02/11/1972
    STR/AP/SIPA
    British soldiers guard the entrance to an Irish life insurance company in Belfast, Northern Ireland, shortly after a bomb exploded there on Febr. 11, 1972. (AP Photo) --- Nachdem dort kurz zuvor eine Bombe detoniert ist, bewachen britische Soldaten den Eingang zur irischen Lebensversicherung in Belfast (aufgenommen 11. Februar 1972). Am 30. Januar 1972 toeteten britische Soldaten in Derry 14 unbewaffnete Katholiken (Bloody Sunday).Nordirland wurde britischer Direktverwaltung unterstellt. Nach...

  • Bloody Sunday Aftermath
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    Bloody Sunday Aftermath
    02/13/1972
    Michel Laurent/AP/SIPA
    A crowd of youths seen fleeing from the smoke of a tear-gas bomb used to break up small disturbances near St. Eugene Church in Londonderry, Northern Ireland, Feb. 13, 1972. (AP Photo/Michel Laurent)/APHS399760/AP7202131558/25632/1201021429

  • Bloody Sunday Aftermath
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    Bloody Sunday Aftermath
    02/13/1972
    Michel Laurent/AP/SIPA
    Bernadette Devlin, Independent member of Parliament for Mid-Ulster, is shown during an illegal march in Belfast, Feb. 13, 1972. The rally was in protest against internment and British troops in Belfast. Man speaking at right is unidentified. (AP Photo/Michel Laurent)/APHS398749/AP7202131483/25631/1201021432

  • Bloody Sunday Aftermath
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    Bloody Sunday Aftermath
    02/13/1972
    Michel Laurent/AP/SIPA
    Bernadette Devlin, Independent member of Parliament for Mid-Ulster, is shown during an illegal march in Belfast, Feb. 13, 1972. The rally was in protest against internment and British troops in Belfast. Others are unidentified. (AP Photo/Michel Laurent)/APHS398753/AP7202131517/25631/1201021433

  • Bloody Sunday Aftermath
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    Bloody Sunday Aftermath
    02/13/1972
    Michel Laurent/AP/SIPA
    Bernadette Devlin, Independent member of Parliament for Mid-Ulster, is shown during an illegal march in Belfast, Feb. 13, 1972. The rally was in protest against internment and British troops in Belfast. (AP Photo/Michel Laurent)/APHS398752/AP7202130568/25631/1201021437

  • Bloody Sunday Aftermath
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    Bloody Sunday Aftermath
    02/13/1972
    Michel Laurent/AP/SIPA
    A protest rally against internment and British troops in Belfast on Feb. 13, 1972. Blocked by barbed wire barricades, police and troops, protesters were unable to enter Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh. The march turned peacefully into a side street. (AP Photo/Michel Laurent)/APHS398757/AP7202131525/25631/1201021429

  • Bloody Sunday Aftermath
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    Bloody Sunday Aftermath
    02/13/1972
    Michel Laurent/AP/SIPA
    Crowds come to hear Bernadette Devlin, Independent member of Parliament for Mid-Ulster, in Belfast, Feb. 13, 1972. (AP Photo/Michel Laurent)/APHS398755/AP7202131533/25631/1201021429

  • Bloody Sunday Aftermath
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    Bloody Sunday Aftermath
    02/13/1972
    Michel Laurent/AP/SIPA
    An illegal rally in protest against internment and British troops in Belfast, Feb. 13, 1972. (AP Photo/Michel Laurent)/APHS398756/AP7202131509/25631/1201021428

  • Bloody Sunday Aftermath
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    Bloody Sunday Aftermath
    02/13/1972
    Michel Laurent/AP/SIPA
    A crowd of youths stand around a fire in Londonderry, Northern Ireland, during continuing disturbances following the aftermath of Bloody Sunday, Feb. 13, 1972. (AP Photo/Michel Laurent)/APHS399759/AP7202130618/25632/1201021442

  • Bloody Sunday Aftermath
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    Bloody Sunday Aftermath
    02/20/1972
    MICHEL LAURENT/AP/SIPA
    Two women cover their faces with handkerchiefs to protect themselves against teargas fired by British police against rioting youth in Londonderry, Northireland on Febr. 20, 1972. (AP Photo) --- Zwei Frauen schuetzen sich am 20. Februar 1972 in Londonderry mit Taschentuechern vor dem Traenengas, das die britische Polizei gegen steinewerfende Jugendliche eingesetzt hat. Weniger als einen Monat zuvor, am 30. Januar 1972, toeteten britische Soldaten in Derry 14 unbewaffnete Katholiken. Jener Tag...