Tag Archives: Bloody Sunday

Michael Rodgers’ photos of Derry during the Troubles in the Field Day Review

A set of striking photographs of the civil rights movement and the early Troubles in Derry by local amateur photographer Michael Rodgers that have never been published before are the subject of two essays in the current issue of the … Continue reading

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‘Bloody Sunday: Error or Design?’ Free eprint now available online

Fifty eprints of this article about military and political decision-making on Bloody Sunday are now freely available through Taylor and Francis Online. Ó Dochartaigh, Niall (2010) ‘Bloody Sunday: Error or Design?’ Contemporary British History. 24 (1) 89-108. http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/7DqMVWbFixfvMywgt9ED/full

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Peter Taylor on Documentaries and Building Trust

Plenary Session with Documentary Filmmaker, Writer and Investigative Reporter, Peter Taylor, joined by Shauna Duddy and Larry Duddy Colm Ó hEocha Theatre (AM 250) NUI Galway: 3.45pm-5.30pm Friday 7 June Peter Taylor is one of the most experienced and respected … Continue reading

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Saville missed the failures of leadership

I published an opinion piece on the Bloody Sunday Inquiry in the Sunday Business Post on 20 June: http://www.sbpost.ie/newsfeatures/saville-missed-the-failures-of-leadership-49992.html

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