British Embassy Burnt Down in Dublin after Bloody Sunday 1972

#OnThisDay 1972 Eleven funerals were held in Derry for most of the victims who died on Bloody Sunday. Meanwhile, in Dublin, thousands protested outside of the British Embassy & set it alight. A coffin effigy with 13 written on it was left at the door.

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