Bloody Sunday’s of Ireland, Queen Elizabeth and Her Affinity for Scotland, and the Crime of Imagining the Death of a Monarch

The first Bloody Sunday occurred on November 21, 1920 during the Irish War of Independence. 32 people were killed which caused a great deal of resentment towards the British as the event occurred suddenly when British forces entered a sporting match and started firing from tanks upon the crowd and the athletes. Additional Bloody Sunday’s have occurred as well, as is the case with Bloody Sunday on January 30, 1972, occurring in the Bogside area of Derry, Ireland. During this confrontation, Britis...

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