Ionsaithe seicteacha i mBéal Feirste (Aibreán 1975)

Tharla ionsaithe seicteacha i mBéal Feirste ar 5 Aibreán 1975.

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An Mountainview Tavern inniu, 417 Shankill Rd, Woodvale, Belfast BT13 3AG
Mountainview Tavern, Upper Shankill

D'ionsaigh an UVF McLaughlin's Bar sa cheantar New Lodge ag 3pm. Bhí an rás capall,an Grand National, ar siúl. Dúnmharaíodh Kevin Kane (18) agus a chara Michael Coyle (20);[1]

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Ansin trí uaire níos déanaí, ag 6pm, mar dhíoltas,[2] d'ionsaigh an "Catholic Action Force" (nom de plume do na Sealadaigh) an Mountainview Tavern ar Bhóthar na Seanchille i ruathar díoltais, is cosúil. Dúnnharaíodh seisear (Joseph Bell (52), Alan Madden (18), Nathaniel Adams (29), William Andrews de chuid an UFF (33), agus níos déanaí Albert Fletcher (32)[3]). Gortaíodh 60.[4] Thit an foirgneamh anuas sa mhullach orthu.[5]

Ionsaithe cion sa chion

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Fuath seicteach, go príomha, ba bhun leis na hionsaithe, agus na hionsaithe eile, cor in aghaidh an chaim, timpeall an ama seoː

  • Ar an 21 Aibreán, dúnmharaíodh triúr Caitliceach nuair a phléasc bobghaiste i nDún Geanainn.[6]
  • Ar an 27 Aibreán, dúnmharaíodh triúr Caitliceach nuair a scaoileadh iad sa Lorgain[7]
  • Ar an 3 Bealtaine, dúnmharaíodh beirt Caitliceach nuair a scaoileadh iad sa Lorgain[8]
  • An New Lodge, áit a raibh McLaughlin's Bar
    Ar an 3 Meitheamh i gCillín. scaoil an Republican Action Force triúr Protastúnach i ruathar díoltais, is cosúil.

Féach freisin

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  1. Wharton, Ken (2019). "Torn apart: fifty years of the Troubles, 1969-2019". "... the UVF planted several explosives inside a gas cylinder (guaranteed to cause a lethal storm of razor-sharp shrapnel) outside the Catholic-frequented McLaughlin’s bar ... No warning was given, with the subsequent blast killing two; ... seven more people were badly injured, with one man losing both legs". Dáta rochtana: 2022-04-05.[nasc briste go buan]
  2. "Explosion McLaughlin's Bar Belfast Grand National Day May 1975 in which 2 died and 15 were injured | Images4media". www.images4media.com. Dáta rochtana: 2022-04-05.
  3. "Albert Fletcher fatal victim in Provisional IRA bombing of Mountainview Tavern April 1975 | Images4media". www.images4media.com. Dáta rochtana: 2022-04-05.
  4. "CAIN: Sutton Index of Deaths". cain.ulster.ac.uk. Dáta rochtana: 2021-04-11.
  5. Wharton, Ken (" Two masked men walked into the crowded bar, full of drinkers watching a rerun of the day’s races from Aintree on the pub’s television screens. They opened fire with pistols, causing the drinkers to drop to the floor; they then ran out, having left a bomb in the panic and confusion. Seconds after they ran outside, it exploded; four people were killed instantly, with a fifth dying the following morning"). "Torn apart: fifty years of the Troubles, 1969-2019". Dáta rochtana: 2022.[nasc briste go buan]
  6. "CAIN: Sutton Index of Deaths". cain.ulster.ac.uk. Dáta rochtana: 2021-04-11.
  7. "CAIN: Sutton Index of Deaths". cain.ulster.ac.uk. Dáta rochtana: 2021-04-11.
  8. "CAIN: Sutton Index of Deaths". cain.ulster.ac.uk. Dáta rochtana: 2021-04-11.