Setting the Truth Free

Setting the Truth Free

The Inside Story of the Bloody Sunday Justice Campaign

Book - 2012
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Baker & Taylor
Explores the forty-year struggle for justice for those who were killed on Bloody Sunday, detailing how twenty-eight families came together to demand that Britain launch an inquiry into its cover-up of events surrounding the massacre.

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Written from the perspective of the families of victims and the activists working on their behalf, this narrative history of the Bloody Sunday Justice Campaign details the political machinations surrounding the forty-year struggle for justice for the victims of the British Army's killing of unarmed civil right marchers in 1972. The work tells the story from the beginning of the fight to clear the names of the victims and unravel the British cover-up of events, to the release of the Saville Report, exposing the truth and culpability of the British troops for the tragedy that fueled decades of violence in Northern Ireland. The volume includes a collection of black and white and color plates. Campbell is a journalist and poet from Northern Ireland and the niece of one of the victims of Bloody Sunday. Distributed in the US by Dufour Editions. Annotation ©2012 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (

Publisher: Dublin : Liberties Press, 2012
Description: 219 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm
ISBN: 9781907593376
Branch Call Number: 941.621 Cam


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