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Bloody Sunday Inquiry Wednesday, 16 January, 2002, 15:17 GMT
Bloody Sunday: Internet links
There is a wealth of material on the internet relating to Bloody Sunday.

The Bloody Sunday Inquiry has its own dedicated website. The site provides full details of the inquiry to date including a searchable archive of the hearings and testimony given at the Guildhall in Londonderry.

The official site also explains how it has used technology to create a virtual reality model of Derry in 1972.

Bloody Sunday Inquiry Tribunal home page

Prime Minister Tony Blair's Janury 1998 announcement of the new inquiry and the subsequent House of Commons debate is available on the official Hansard website here

The CAIN website

The most comprehensive resource outside of the Inquiry is available at the University of Ulster's CAIN website. This includes its recommended reading list, a chronology of the day and subsequent events, photographs and other material.

The campaign

There are many sites dedicated to commemorating and campaigning.

The Bloody Sunday Trust has a comprehensive site established and run by people who were involved in the events of the day.

Remembering Bloody Sunday is a republican-orientated site part of the Larkspirit group of websites.

British-Irish Rights Watch, a human rights pressure group, regularly publishes its analysis of events at the inquiry.

The Pat Finucane Centre in Derry regularly updates its site with new campaign material relating to Bloody Sunday.

Reports and transcripts

The controversial 1972 Widgery Report into Bloody Sunday remains in print and can also be found at the CAIN website.

In 1997 the Irish government presented a document to the British government detailing why it believed there should be a new inquiry.

The full document is available from the official site of the Irish taoiseach (prime minister)

A critical analysis of the Widgery report, written by Professor Dermot Walsh, can be found on the CAIN website.

In 1994 British Irish Rights Watch submitted its own report to the United Nations in which it called for a new inquiry.

Other links

The British Army has a comprehensive website explaining its role, past and present.

There is also a home page for the Parachute Regiment.

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