The speakers at a Peace March, organised by students at Queen's University, Belfast, N Ireland, 13th December 1972, to Belfast City Hall, were Ballymoney surgeon, John Robb, right, and Rev Joseph Parker, who founded the Witness for Peace Movement following the death of his son, Stephen Parker, on Bloody Friday, 21 July 1972. On that day 26 bombs exploded in the space of 80 minutes killing eleven people, including two British soldiers, and injuring 130. 197212130811b<br />
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The speakers at a Peace March, organised by students at Queen's University, Belfast, N Ireland, 13th December 1972, to Belfast City Hall, were Ballymoney surgeon, John Robb, right, and Rev Joseph Parker, who founded the Witness for Peace Movement following the death of his son, Stephen Parker, on Bloody Friday, 21 July 1972. On that day 26 bombs exploded in the space of 80 minutes killing eleven people, including two British soldiers, and injuring 130. 197212130811b

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