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PODCAST: Bloody Sunday

12th November 1920 was a day of terrible violence in Dublin. Early that morning, in an operation organised by Michael Collins, the IRA assassinated twelve British Intelligence agents in their homes in Dublin, and in the afternoon, in retaliation, fourteen civilians were shot by Crown Forces during a GAA game in Croke Park.
Eyewitness accounts are provided by Eileen Doyle and Col. Sean Clancy, and John Bellingham recalls his father Col. Stuart Bellingham and his account of events from his base at Dublin Castle.

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