An overview of the events of Bloody Sunday
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Robert Kee narrates a chronological summary of the events of Bloody Sunday in Londonderry.
British troops arrive to keep the peace in 1969
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The introduction of British troops into Northern Ireland after the Battle of the Bogside.
Demonstration against internment on Magilligan Strand
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John Hume leads an anti-internment demonstration and is confronted by the British Army.
Direct rule returns to Northern Ireland
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The British government took over direct rule of Northern Ireland in March 1972.
Gerrymandering in Londonderry in the late 1960s
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Robert Kee narrates a brief summary of gerrymandering in Londonderry in the late 1960s.
Introduction of internment to Northern Ireland in 1971
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Why Faulkner introduced imprisonment without trial in Northern Ireland in 1971.
Nationalists begin to clash with the British Army
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How British troops were at first welcomed in Northern Ireland’s Nationalist communities.
Northern Ireland in the 1960s
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The failure of attempts to improve relations between Protestants and Catholics in Ireland.
People's Democracy march in January 1969
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The march by the People's Democracy across Northern Ireland in January 1969.
Sunningdale and the UWC strike
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An agreement for power sharing in Northern Ireland is brought down by a popular strike.