The 21st November this year marks the 101st anniversary of Bloody Sunday, a day of extreme violence in Dublin, when thirty two people were killed in a single day.
The dead included thirteen spectators, three of them children, and one player, Michael Hogan, killed in Croke Park when Crown forces opened fire on the crowd attending a Gaelic football match between Dublin and Tipperary.
The exhibition Bloody Sunday 21st November 1920 tells the story of this fateful day in the city’s history with a particular focus on the victims in Croke Park.
The exhibition will be on display in Walkinstown Library during November 2021.
Viewing as per library opening hours, please click here for details .