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Bloody Friday is the name given to the bombings by the Provisional Irish Republican Army (IRA) in Belfast on 21 July , during the Troubles. At least twenty Background - The bombings - Immediate aftermath - Reactions and. Bloody Friday may refer to: Bloody Friday (), also known as the Battle of George Square, a riot in Glasgow in ; Bloody Friday (Minneapolis), a police . 21 Jul The IRA exploded 19 bombs across Belfast in 80 minutes on 21 July , killing 9 people. On a Friday afternoon in the summer of , the Provisional IRA exploded 19 bombs across Belfast in little over an hour. The British government responded by authorising Operation Motorman, a.
4 Aug - 59 min - Uploaded by ajvaughan3 Documentary Films On a Friday afternoon in the summer of , the Provisional IRA exploded 19 bombs across. 2 Jan CAIN: Events: Bloody Friday - Northern Ireland Office News-sheet on Office in the wake of the bombings on 'Bloody Friday', 21 July 2 Jan 'Bloody Friday' is the name given to the events that occurred in Belfast on Friday 21 July During the afternoon of 'Bloody Friday' the Irish.
Action Bloody Friday Poster Amadeus August and Gila von Weitershausen in Bloody Friday () Bloody Friday () Raimund Harmstorf in Bloody. 24 Jul Bombs explode and fires start in the troubles in Northern Ireland. 21 Jul I was in Belfast on what we now call Bloody Friday. It seemed as if a malevolent god was showering bombs on the hapless, cowering citizens. 21 Jul 21 July Bloody Friday. In a devastating series of attacks the Provisional IRA planted 22 bombs across the city of Belfast killing 9 people. 25 Jul On a single day, “Bloody Friday,” the I.R.A. carried out 22 bombings in Belfast that instantly killed nine persons and injured , with shopping.