3 edition of Burntollet found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Bowes Egan & Vincent McCormack.|
|Contributions||McCormack, Vincent, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||DA990.U46 E33 1969|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 69 p.|
|Number of Pages||69|
|LC Control Number||73551396|
There is a book abroad that could harm him greatly if it fell into the wrong hands. Can Gower find it and bring it to him? The content we learn soon enough: 13 riddles on the deaths of . Burntollet. London: LRS Publishers. MLA Citation. Egan, Bowes. and McCormack, Vincent. Burntollet / by Bowes Egan and Vincent McCormack LRS Publishers London Australian/Harvard Citation. Egan, Bowes. & McCormack, Vincent. , Burntollet / by Bowes Egan and Vincent McCormack LRS Publishers London. Wikipedia Citation.
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Condition: Good. Volume 1. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has soft covers. In good all round condition. Please note the Image in this listing is a stock photo and may not match the covers of the actual item,grams, ISBN Seller Inventory # The price of my soul. Bernadette Devlin, Bernadette Devlin McAliskey. Knopf, - Northern Ireland - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying army asked attitude Austin Currie barricades began Belfast Bernadette Devlin Bogside British Burntollet called campaign candidate Catholic Chichester-Clark Church Civil.
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Burntollet Bridge was the setting for an attack during the first stages of the Troubles of Northern Ireland. A People's Democracy march from Belfast to Derry was attacked whilst passing through Burntollet on 4 January The march had been called in defiance of an appeal by Northern Ireland Prime Minister Terence O'Neill for a temporary end to protest.
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Route ’ to Burntollet and back Published in 20th-century / Contemporary History, Features, Issue 5 (Sep/Oct ), Troubles in Northern Ireland, Volume 16 Burntollet bridge, January —loyalist ambushers coming from the Ardmore road openly attack the front rank of the People’s Democracy march unimpeded by the RUC presence.
Burntollet book account was due for publication in the book, titled simply ‘Burntollet’, authored by Bowes Egan and Vincent McCormack that outlines the events of the day and the aftermath.
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Burntollet Commennt, by Reginald Smith (story details) Description: One of the personal accounts by former members of the British security forces - mainly the British Army - who served in Northern Ireland during the period of the conflict.
This story was published by Ken Wharton in his book 'A Long Long War' (). Creator: Ken Wharton: Subject. Fifty years to the day since the Burntollet attacks, our panel of guests will be Professor Paul Arthur, Chair of the 50th Anniversary Civil Rights Commemoration Committee, former Principal of St Cecilia's College, Grainne McCafferty, and Vincent.
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Attack on Burntollet march in Derry occurred 50 years ago today Ambush of civil rights group this day in became a defining moment of the Troubles Fri, Jan 4. Burntollet. by Egan, Bowes / McCormack, Vincent.
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Today's concept of a "burn book" was popularized by the movie Mean Girls, Author: Amy-Mae Turner. A book, the “burnable” one of the title, appears, allegedly written during the reign of William the Conqueror.
The book prophesies in historically accurate terms the death of every English king from William to Richard. Thus it falls to the book’s many temporary owners to decipher that prophecy and save, or not save, the reigning monarch.
In an atmosphere where heroic ballads citing the bravery of the attackers at Burntollet are already becoming part of the Orange repertory, it is dangerous to accept the unvarnished word of an individual that he played a manly part in the Burntollet attack. Burntollet Ambush The fourth, and final, day of the People’s Democracy (PD) march took the marchers from Claudy to Derry.
Seven miles from its destination, the People’s Democracy (PD) march was ambushed and attacked by a loyalist mob at Burntollet Bridge.The march, modelled on the Selma-Montgomery march in Alabama inhad grown to several hundred strong when it was attacked by about two hundred loyalists at .