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The Dublin and Monaghan Bombings – 1974

The timing of the bombs was critical The Ulster Workers’ Council (UWC) had paralyzed Northern Ireland by striking in an attempt to derail the Sunningdale Agreement, which was a last-ditch effort to reconcile Ulster’s warring factions. The bombings resulted in a cynical insurance that nobody could trust anyone else. In Dublin, three car bombs exploded …

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