March passing through the Bogside  commemorates the fourth anniversary of the first Civil Rights March in Londonderry on 5th October 1968 which was banned by the then N Ireland Minister of Home Affairs, William Craig. 8th October 1972. 197210080613a<br />
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March passing through the Bogside commemorates the fourth anniversary of the first Civil Rights March in Londonderry on 5th October 1968 which was banned by the then N Ireland Minister of Home Affairs, William Craig. 8th October 1972. 197210080613a

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