Bloody Sunday Memorial




“NICRA 1964”. “Their epitaph is in the continuing struggle for democracy.” “This monument was unveiled by Mrs. B. Bond of Derry CRA on the 26th January 1974 to the memory of Patrick J. Doherty (aged 31 years), Gerard V. Donaghey (17), John F. Duddy (17), Hugh P. Gilmour (17), Michael G. Kelly (17), Michael M. McDaid (20), Kevin G. McElhinney (17), Bernard McGuigan (41), James G. McKinney (27), William N. Nash (19), James J. Wray (22), John P. Young (17), and to John Johnston (59) who died later as a result of injuries received that day, who were murdered by British paratroopers on Bloody Sunday 30th January 1972.” RTÉ video of the unveiling.

Rossville Street, Derry

M01541, M01542, M01543

Copyright © 1974 Peter Moloney

Bring Home The Winchester 8


The “Winchester 8” were 8 of 10 republicans arrested for car bombings of the Old Bailey and Ministry Of Agriculture in London in March 1973 and, because of the damage caused to the Old Bailey, put on trial at Winchester Crown Court. 8 received life sentences, one got 15 years, and the tenth was released for co-operating. The 8, which included sisters Dolours and Marion Price, and Gerry Kelly, were imprisoned in England and went on hunger strike for political status and to be moved to Northern Ireland (WP | NYTimes).

Stanley’s Walk, Derry


Copyright © 1974 Peter Moloney