Kevin Agnew, prominent member, Provisional Sinn Fein, Maghera, Co Londonderry, N Ireland, centre of picture, attending the first anniversary on 28 January 1973 of  Bloody Sunday. The controversial shooting dead of 13 people by the British Army's Parachute Regiment occurred during a Civil Rights March. A fourteenth died several months later. The British Army have always maintained that they did not fire first. 197301280039d<br />
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Kevin Agnew, prominent member, Provisional Sinn Fein, Maghera, Co Londonderry, N Ireland, centre of picture, attending the first anniversary on 28 January 1973 of Bloody Sunday. The controversial shooting dead of 13 people by the British Army's Parachute Regiment occurred during a Civil Rights March. A fourteenth died several months later. The British Army have always maintained that they did not fire first. 197301280039d

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