“As children,” Julieann Campbell writes in her introduction to this intricately woven oral history of Bloody Sunday and its long aftermath, “we were told stories about my uncle, Jackie Duddy – a teenage boxing champion – who went on a civil rights march and was shot by British soldiers.”
- Sean O’Hagan
- The Guardian
Jackie Duddy, aged 17, was the first fatality on the afternoon of 30 January 1972.
A photograph of his limp body being carried by local men, while a priest walks uncertainly ahead of them waving a white handkerchief, has…