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Bloody Sunday: Truths, Lies and the Saville Inquiry (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – 15. Mai 2012


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Douglas Murray: Douglas Murray is a best-selling author and award winning political journalist based in London. Since 2007 he has been the Director of the Centre for Social Cohesion in London.


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HASH(0x9bcedfcc) von 5 Sternen Sleek, Incisive Digest of an Inquiry Forty Years On 15. Juli 2012
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In 1998 Tony Blair decided to settle long outstanding accusations and counter claims about the horrific events which happened in Derry, N I in January 1970. He established a judicial panel in Britain which would become known as the Savile Commission to re-assess these events as well as to adjudge earlier findings and tribunal investigations. Douglas Murray sat through these hearings day after day, sometimes tedious, often emotional. This book is the result of his careful, honest and thorough parsing of testimony and procedure. He digests well often complex and complicated stories in seeking an elusive and mercurial truth, always in an unbiased and non-partisan manner.

Murray's sleek and appealing prose speeds his reader through the litany of terrible events, terrible to protagonists and antagonists alike. He navigates prudently a maze of contradiction and fearlessly confronts the irreconcilable and conflicting testiments of actors of all hues in this tragedy. This is good history. It is equally good historiography.
HASH(0x9bcf93c0) von 5 Sternen I highly recommend this book as it is finally an account which ... 18. November 2014
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I highly recommend this book as it is finally an account which isn't biased in favor of the republican movement. The author does a good job conveying the events of the day and putting them in perspective by tying in witness testimony from the Saville enquiry. At times the testimony seemed a little off track from the point of the book and focused on the mental state of the soldiers decades after the events but all in all it was an excellent read.

It also made a very strong point of casting aspersions on Martin McGuiness' testimony at the inquiry and his rationale for being evasive. Obviously the opinion is the authors but I enjoyed seeing him painted in his true colors.

The chapter on the intelligence reports from before the event are fascinating...absolutely fascinating and if they are true, which we'll probably never know, cast a whole new light on the day. I plan on trawling through them myself on the Saville enquiry website. Speaking of which, I can't be bothered to look up the link and paste it here but if you go to the Saville report website you can read the ENTIRE report, ALL of the witness testimony and see ALL of the photos taken that day. Reading it all would be a massive undertaking but it'll allow you to do your own research.

I'm not a fan of the Saville Inquiry or the results as it was obviously a massive appeasement exercise held too far after the event to have any real value but this book was a great read, well written and thought provoking.
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HASH(0x9bcfd8a0) von 5 Sternen Finally, an old question answered. 16. März 2016
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This was a tragic failure of humanity in 1972. After years of coverup, the Savile inquiry put the question of responsibility to rest. I found the book interesting, very readable and convincing. It's worth it for anyone interested in this phase of Irish history regardless on which side your sympathies lie.
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HASH(0x9bcfd5dc) von 5 Sternen A very impartial look at the events of Bloody Sunday 2. April 2013
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I am a big fan Douglas Murray. I haven't finished the book about Bloody Sunday, and to be honest, I wasn't wildly keen on reading it in the first place. As others have commented, it's a subject that must have outlived it's shelf life by now. But since Douglas Murray had penned it, I decided it would be worth looking at. And I was right. He has a way of writing that is wonderfully clear and concise. He is totally impartial and i recommend this book to anyone that really wants to find out what happened, even after 40 years.
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HASH(0x9bcf9420) von 5 Sternen A fair look at events and the Saville inquiry 31. Juli 2013
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I found the book to have a slight British bias, but it was still a good read of events & the inquiry. And after finding afterwards the author is a "young leading light of neoconservatism" or whatever, it's impressive how little the pro-British troops bias was. But it's odd to have an author from the neocon viewpoint - who can justifiably slam the atrocities of the IRA as well as 1st Para -- but presumably can gloss over the evils done by Reagan thru Bush in some neocon pipe-dream. I'll probably get his new 'Islamophilia' book based on the strength of his Saville Inquiry/Bloody Sunday book.
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