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The following is a draft selected reading list on the topic of commemoration in Northern Ireland.

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Selected Reading List

Bloomfield, Kenneth. (1998) 'We Will Remember Them': Report of the Northern Ireland Victims Commissioner Sir Kenneth Bloomfield KCB (April 1998). Belfast: The Stationery Office Northern Ireland.

Leonard, Jane. (1997) 'Memorials to the Casualties of Conflict: Northern Ireland 1969 to 1997'. Belfast: Northern Ireland Community Relations Council.

Hamber, Brandon., Kulle, Dorte., and Wilson, Robin. (2001) Report 13 - Future Policies for the Past (February 2001). Belfast: Democratic Dialogue.


General Reference Texts

Bardon, Jonathan. (1992) A History of Ulster. Belfast: Blackstaff Press.
Bew, Paul., and Gillespie, Gordon. (1999) Northern Ireland: A Chronology of the Troubles 1968-1999. Dublin: Gill and Macmillan.
Coogan, Tim Pat. (1995) The Troubles: Ireland's Ordeal 1966-1996 and the Search for Peace. London: Hutchinson.
Elliott, Sydney., and Flakes, W.D. (1999) Northern Ireland: A Political Directory 1968-1999. Belfast: Blackstaff Press.
McKittrick, David. (2000) Making Sense of the Troubles. Belfast: Blackstaff Press.
McKittrick, David., Kelters, Seamus., Feeney, Brian., and Thornton, Chris. (1999) Lost Lives: The stories of the men, women and children who died as a result of the Northern Ireland troubles. Edinburgh: Mainstream Publishing.
Sutton, Malcolm. (1994) Bear in mind these dead ... An Index of Deaths from the Conflict in Ireland 1969-1993. Belfast: Beyond the Pale.
[See also the revised and updated Sutton Index of Deaths 1969-2001.]

Users should also refer to the reading lists in the following related sections:

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