1. What was the overall conclusion of the trial?
- no deaths would have occurred if the march had not taken place. Concluded each soldier had to react individually and quickly if they saw a gunman.
- It was the fault of only Catholic and Protestant mobs.
- The troops did not kill any innocent people.
- The march was always intended as a mob strike. The troops acted bravely in the situation
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2. The 1 PARA troops were stationed to divert the marchers. What casualties occurred during the march?
- 17 injured
- 13 dead unarmed men, 17 injured
- 13 dead men
- 13 dead mean including 1 soldier and 17 injured
3. Who said this: "Some members of our armed forces acted wrongly, and the government take responsibility for the armed forces"
- Political activists
- Tony Blair
- David Cameron
- A family member of one of the victims
4. The 1960s movement for inequalities was against the Catholic versus Protestant violence. In January of 1969, Catholic organised marchers were attacked by protestants, but were?
- The Bogside march
- Battle of Bogside
- Battle of Burnthall at Bridge
- The Derry march
5. The IRA split, many new young and more radical Catholics joined, what did the second group become known as?
- IRA Youth movement
- The Provisional IRA