Jan 30,1972 – Derry, Northern Ireland – Bloody Sunday

Jan 31 – 1972¬†British Home Secretary Reginald Maudling to House of Commons on ‘Bloody Sunday’, “The Army returned the fire directed at them with aimed shots and inflicted a number of casualties on those who were attacking them with firearms and with bombs”

Bloody Sunday 1972: The day’s events explained

1972 Bloody Sunday: 27 unarmed civilians are shot (14 are killed) by the British Army during a civil rights march in Derry, Northern Ireland; this is the highest death toll from a single shooting incident during ‘the Troubles’

Source: onthisday.com

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