Thirty-one people were injured after a 300-lb car bomb exploded on 23 March 1987 near the officers' mess. The IRA later stated it had carried out the bombing.
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... Lance-Corporal Wilcox rushed to the nearest enemy gun, bombing it and killing the gunner ... Being then attacked by an enemy bombing party, the corporal picked up enemy stick bombs and led his company against the next gun, finally capturing and ... Then, left with only one man he continued bombing and captured a third gun ...
... Falls Curfew Scottish soldiers' killings Operation Demetrius Ballymurphy massacre McGurk's bombing Balmoral Furniture Co ... bombing Bloody Sunday Abercorn bombing Donegall St bombing Battle at Springmartin Springhill massacre Bloody Friday Operation Motorman Claudy bombing Benny's Bar bombing Dublin bombings Coleraine bombings UWC ...
... She initially joined Movement 2 June (J2M) and was involved in bank robberies and the bombing of a British yacht club in West Berlin on 2 February 1972 ... J2M claimed this bombing was in support of the Provisional Irish Republican Army (IRA) ... arrested and on 13 February 1974 she was tried and found guilty of involvement in the bombing ...
... Large-scale bombing of oil targets was permitted after May 12, 1944 oil targets became the highest bombing priority on September 4, 1944 and the bombing of oil ...
Famous quotes containing the word bombing:
“The compulsion to do good is an innate American trait. Only North Americans seem to believe that they always should, may, and actually can choose somebody with whom to share their blessings. Ultimately this attitude leads to bombing people into the acceptance of gifts.”
—Ivan Illich (b. 1926)
“There is a sanctity involved with bringing a child into this world: it is better than bombing one out of it.”
—James Baldwin (19241987)
“My fellow Americans, I am pleased to tell you today that Ive signed legislation which outlaws Russia forever. The bombing begins in five minutes.”
—Ronald Reagan (b. 1911)