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Dublin - Event Notice
Saturday May 17 2014
11:30 AM

40th Anniversary of the Dublin and Monaghan bombings - public events in Dublin

category dublin | crime and justice | event notice author Wednesday May 14, 2014 01:12author by Joe Murphy - na Report this post to the editors

Commemorative public events to show solidarity with the victims and survivors of the 1974 Dublin and Monaghan bombings

Next Saturday in Dublin there are a couple of commemorative public events taken place on the anniversary of the 1974 Dublin and Monaghan bombings.

Each candle in the poster represents a victim of these events
Each candle in the poster represents a victim of these events

11.30 am Wreath-laying ceremony at the Memorial, Talbot Street

Wreaths will be laid by An Taoiseach, Deputy Lord Mayor of Dublin, Cathaoirleach of Monaghan Town Council & Justice for the Forgotten;

Author and historian, Tim Pat Coogan, will deliver the oration;

Music and song will be provided by Cormac Breatnach, whistle-player; Ciaran Warfield and Ceól Clan; Emer Fox.

12.45 pm 40th anniversary Mass in St. Mary’s Pro-Cathedral

The Chief Celebrant will be Archbishop Diarmuid Martin, Archbishop of Dublin;

Music will be provide by the Pro-Nuova Music Group and Pat Phelan (brother of Marie, killed in Talbot Street) will sing There is a Place by Fr. Liam Lawton;

Family members and survivors will participate.

Justice For The Forgotten
Justice For The Forgotten

Still pursuing justice
Still pursuing justice

author by joe murphy - napublication date Wed May 14, 2014 01:32Report this post to the editors

Some artists impressions of the Memorial at Talbot Street and of a couple of scenes of the aftermath of the bombings in Dublin.

In the background of the Parnell Street image you can see the outline of the Eircom offices of today which I believe were at the time the Posts and Telegraphs office, run under the Ministry of Conor Cruise O'Brien in the 1973–77 Labour / Fine Gael coalition under Taoiseach Liam Cosgrave.

One side of the Talbot Street Memorial
One side of the Talbot Street Memorial

The other side of the Talbot Street Memorial
The other side of the Talbot Street Memorial

Some of the devastation on Talbot Street in 1974
Some of the devastation on Talbot Street in 1974

Some of the devastation on Parnell Street in 1974, outside The Welcome Inn
Some of the devastation on Parnell Street in 1974, outside The Welcome Inn

author by joe murphy - napublication date Wed May 14, 2014 01:57Report this post to the editors

The picture shows the rough locations of the three bombs that went of in Dublin on the 17th May 1974.

The Dublin Bombings Victims:

Patrick Askin (44)
Josie Bradley (21)
Marie Butler (21)
Anne Byrne (35)
Thomas Campbell (52)
Simone Chetrit (30)
Thomas Croarkin (36)
John Dargle (80)
Concepta Dempsey (65)
Collette Doherty (21)
Baby Doherty
Patrick Fay (47)
Elizabeth Fitzgerald (59)
Breda Grace (35)
Antonio Magliocco (37)
May McKenna (55)
Anne Marren (20)
Anna Massey (21)
Dorothy Morris (57)
John O’Brien (24)
Anna O’Brien (22)
Jacqueline O’Brien (17 months)
Anne-Marie O’Brien (5 months)
Christina O’Loughlin (51)
Edward John O’Neill (39)
Marie Phelan (20)
Siobhán Roice (19)
Maureen Shields (46)
Breda Turner (21)
John Walshe (27)

Locations of the Dublin Bombs of 1974
Locations of the Dublin Bombs of 1974

Locations of the Dublin Bombs of 1974
Locations of the Dublin Bombs of 1974

 
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