Tag Archives: birminghampubbombings

  1. My legacy of the Tavern: Les Robinson’s survival story

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    August 31, 2013 by amoolyarajappa

    The Birmingham pub bombings may have been the worst terrorist atrocity to strike England in the 20th century. But for …
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  2. “They weren’t great times to stick out your heads and shout you were Irish”…

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    April 18, 2013 by amoolyarajappa

    Eugene Egan was born in Birmingham to an Irish father and an English mother. As a schoolboy in his growing …
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  3. “I am trapped in the experience, I am constantly back in prison in my head”: Paddy Hill

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    April 17, 2013 by amoolyarajappa

    The Birmingham Pub bombings case is regarded as one of the biggest miscarriages of justice in British legal history. Paddy …
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  4. A journalist’s take on reporting the pub bombings…

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    April 17, 2013 by amoolyarajappa

    Decades after the Birmingham pub bombings, media’s role in reporting it as a live issue has been repeatedly contested. As …
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  5. Recounting Birmingham’s night of horror…

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    March 8, 2013 by amoolyarajappa

    It was 8:11 pm on 21st November 1974, when Birmingham Mail telephone operator Ian Cropper received a fateful telephone call. It was a call that warned …
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  6. Birmingham pub bombings: “Biggest stain on Birmingham’s history”, says Julie Hambleton

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    March 8, 2013 by amoolyarajappa

    Julie Hambleton who started ‘Justice for the 21‘ campaign, has launched an e-petition to implement a fresh inquiry into the 1974 …
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