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Photograph of 'Bloody Sunday' Mural 1



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Text: Martin Melaugh
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Title of Photograph:'Bloody Sunday' Mural 1
Photographer:Martin Melaugh
Date Photograph Taken:12 December 1997
Location of Photograph:Bogside, Derry
Copyright Conditions:© CAIN - single usage with acknowledgement
Camera / Technical Details: QV-100 Digital Camera


The photograph below is of a mural in the Bogside area of Derry. It depicts the scene where the body of Jack Duddy was being carried past soldiers of the Parachute Regiment with Father Daly waving a white handkerchief.



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