Bloody Sunday

Bloody Sunday may refer to:

Historical events

(listed in chronological order):

*Bloody Sunday (1887), a demonstration in London against hatred in Ireland
*Bloody Sunday (1900), a day of high casualties in the Second Boer War
*Bloody Sunday (1905), a massacre in Saint Petersburg
*Bloody Sunday (1913) a violent event during the 1913 Dublin Lockout
*Everett massacre, violence in Everett, Washington, in 1916, between Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) union members and local authorities
*Bloody Sunday (1920), violence in Dublin during the Irish War of Independence (1919 - 1921)
*Bloody Sunday (1938), police violence against unemployed protesters in Vancouver, British Columbia
*Bloody Sunday (1939) (also known as "Bromberg Bloody Sunday"), a massacre said to have taken place in Bydgoszcz, Poland, at the onset of World War II
*A violent attack during the first of the Selma to Montgomery marches in 1965
*Bloody Sunday (1969), the result of a protest that occurred on February 16, 1969 in Taksim Square, Istanbul, Turkey.
*Bloody Sunday (1972), shooting of civilians by members of the 1st Battalion, British Parachute Regiment in Derry, Northern Ireland.

Cultural references

*Bloody Sunday (band), a Christian hardcore band from Virginia Beach, Virginia
*"Bloody Sunday" (TV film), a 2002 film depicting a version of events of Bloody Sunday 1972
*Bloody Sunday Inquiry, an inquiry set up by Tony Blair in 1998 to investigate the violence in 1972
*Bloody Sunday, a 2006 radio show on Australian network Triple J
*"Sunday Bloody Sunday" (film), a 1971 film directed by John Schlesinger
*"Sunday Bloody Sunday" (song), a 1983 song by Irish band U2 about The Troubles in Northern Ireland in 1972
*"Sunday Bloody Sunday" (song), a 1972 song by John Lennon & Yoko Ono in the aftermath of Bloody Sunday 1972

ee also

*Black Sunday
*other bloody days of the week::*Bloody Monday:*Bloody Tuesday:*Bloody Wednesday:*Bloody Thursday:*Bloody Friday:*Bloody Saturday


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