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Bloody Sunday

Bloody Sunday can refer to any of (in chronological order):


Bloody Sunday, Russia, January 22, 1905 (January 9 by the Julian calendar)

A massacre of demonstrators against the Romanovs.


Bloody Sunday, Ireland: November 21, 1920

British forces open fire on spectators and players during a football match at Dublin's Croke Park following the assassinations of twelve British agents carried out by the Irish Republican Army during the previous night.

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Bromberg Bloody Sunday, said to have taken place on September 3, 1939 in territory referred to as the Polish Corridor. There are claims and counter-claims regarding these events of atrocities committed by Poles on Germans, and Germans on Poles.


Bloody Sunday (1965)
Bloody Sunday, Northern Ireland: January 30, 1972

A day of violence in Northern Ireland, during which British Army soldiers fired upon people they believed were firing at them.

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