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L/Cpl David Wilson-Stitt
L/Cpl David Wilson-Stitt
Published On: December 6, 1982
The bombing of the Droppin' Well bar in Ballykelly was described by British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher as "One of the most horrific crimes in Ulster's tragic history". Eleven soldiers and six civilians were killed when a bomb exploded during a disco in the pub. The attack was carried out by the Irish National Liberation Army (INLA), a republican paramilitary Continue Reading
L/Cpl Clinton Collins
L/Cpl Clinton Collins
Published On: December 6, 1982
The bombing of the Droppin' Well bar in Ballykelly was described by British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher as "One of the most horrific crimes in Ulster's tragic history". Eleven soldiers and six civilians were killed when a bomb exploded during a disco in the pub. The attack was carried out by the Irish National Liberation Army (INLA), a republican paramilitary Continue Reading
L/Cpl Philip Mcdonough
L/Cpl Philip Mcdonough
Published On: December 6, 1982
The bombing of the Droppin' Well bar in Ballykelly was described by British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher as "One of the most horrific crimes in Ulster's tragic history". Eleven soldiers and six civilians were killed when a bomb exploded during a disco in the pub. The attack was carried out by the Irish National Liberation Army (INLA), a republican paramilitary Continue Reading

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