Murmaleri i Derry til minde om Bloody Sunday, foto taget 17. September 2010 af Nina Stössinger
Murmaleri i Derry til minde om Bloody Sunday, foto taget 17. September 2010 af Nina Stössinger
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“Bloody Sunday” betegner den 30. januar 1972, da britiske tropper i Derry i Nordirland dræber 14 deltagere i en republikansk arrangeret borgerrettighedsmarch.
I juni 2010 blev den anden store rapport om begivenhederne færdig, ledet fra 1998 af Lord Saville, som konkluderer, at nedskydningerne var ubegrundede. Samme eftermiddag udlagde den britiske premierminister David Cameron rapporten i parlamentet og betegnede, at “hvad der skete Bloody Sunday ikke var retfærdigt og ikke kan retfærdiggøres … og var forkert.” (se klip nedenfor).


Leksikalt

Den blodige søndag (Denstoredanske.dk). Meget kort intro.

Bloody sunday (Wikipedia.dk). Dansk Wiki-artikel med links til bl.a. længere engelske: Bloody Sunday (1972)

Se også:

Nordirland (Leksikon.org)


David Camarons fremlæggelse af Saville-rapporten i parlamentet. (YouTube.com, 4:28 min.)

Articles

Burying Bloody Sunday. By Dawn Foster (Jacobin, March 19, 2019). “Just one former British soldier will face charges in the 1972 Bloody Sunday Massacre — a travesty of justice that comes amid a disturbing resurgence of nationalist jingoism in Brexit Britain.”

Remembering Bloody Sunday. By Charlie Jackson and Ida Picard (RS21: Revolutionary Socialism in the 21st Century, 31 January 2019). “47 years ago the residents of Derry awoke to the aftermath of the Bloody Sunday massacre. The struggle for justice continues.”

A year on from the Saville report into Bloody Sunday (Socialist Worker, Issue 2256, 18 June 2011). “Eamonn McCann marks the first anniversary of the Saville report into the killing in 1972 of 13 civil rights marchers in Derry by members of the Parachute Regiment.”

Bloody Sunday: A very British atrocity (Socialist Review, July-August 2010). Eamonn McCann spoke to Judith Orr about the long campaign for justice + How I came to photograph Bloody Sunday (July-August 2010)

Ireland: Sunday, Bloody Sunday. By Gerry Ruddy (In Defence of Marxism, 30 June 2010)

Bloody Sunday: Murder by British state. By Simon Basketter (Socialist Worker, Issue 2206, 19 June 2010). Med links til 6 andre, bl.a. historiske artikler om Bloody Sunday.

Britain: Saville Inquiry continues cover-up of Bloody Sunday massacre. By Chris Marsden (World Socialist Web Site, 18 June 2010)

Bloody Sunday Inquiry: apology is not enough. By Paul Mallon (Fight Racism! Fight Imperialism!, 18 June 2010)

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Bloody Sunday. Af Paul-Frederik Bach (Irland og Irlands historie).

Bloody Sunday Trust. “A community based education and history organization.”

Innocent: Remembering 15 June 2010, reactions to the Saville Report on Bloody Sunday (pdf) (Museum of Free Derry, 19 p.). Back cover: Bloody Sunday – March posters 1973-2011.

Key Events – ‘Bloody Sunday‘, Derry 30 January 1972 (CAIN Web Service)

How Bloody Sunday changed Ireland. By John O’Mahony (Solidarity, 3/176, 24 June 2010)

Derry’s Bloody Sunday. By Bill Bonnar (Frontline, Vol.2, No.6, March 2008)

Bloody Sunday in Derry. By Eamonn McCann (Socialist Worker, Issue 1980, 10 December 2005)

Se også på Socialistisk Bibliotek:

Videofilm og sange

Om filmen Bloody Sunday:

Bloody Sunday 2002 – written and directed by Paul Greengrass (1:40,04 min – YouTube.com)

Pressemateriale fra DR.

Bloody Sunday (TV film) (Wikipedia.org)

Two films mark thirtieth anniversary of Bloody Sunday. By Paul Bond (World Socialist Web Site, 21. feb. 2002).

Bloody Sunday: Rare actual footage of how it all unfolded (30 Jan. 1972, Derry, Northern Ireland) (YouTube, 6:30)

Om sangen Sunday, Bloody Sunday U2:

Sunday, Bloody Sunday (Sangtekst, U2): se video:

Om sangen Sunday Bloody Sunday John Lennon:

John Lennon: Sunday Bloody Sunday (YouTube.com, 4:29 min.)

Tekst til John Lennons “Sunday Bloody Sunday


 

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