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Bloody Sunday by Douglas Murray.

Bloody Sunday by Douglas Murray

In 1972, British troops massacred 13 men on a civil rights march in Derr's Bogside. However, it took almost 40 years for the British government to own up to the atrocity, and that was only after the longest inquiry in legal history. British neoconservative writer Douglas Murray was present at the courts for the ten years the Saville Inquiry ran for, and this book represents his attempt to distil what...

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