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1 PARA arrived in Derry on the morning of Sunday 30 January 1972 and took up positions in the city.
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Major General Robert Ford, then Commander of Land Forces in Northern Ireland, ordered that 1st Battalion, The Parachute Regiment ( 1 PARA ) should travel to Derry to be used to arrest possible rioters during the march.
The report concluded, " The firing by soldiers of 1 PARA on Bloody Sunday caused the deaths of 13 people and injury to a similar number, none of whom was posing a threat of causing death or serious injury.
The report stated, " The firing by soldiers of 1 PARA on Bloody Sunday caused the deaths of 13 people and injury to a similar number, none of whom was posing a threat of causing death or serious injury ," and also said, " The immediate responsibility for the deaths and injuries on Bloody Sunday lies with those members of Support Company whose unjustifiable firing was the cause of those deaths and injuries.
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Pierre-Simon Laplace and Antoine Lavoisier, in their 1780 treatise on heat, arrived at values ranging from 1, 500 to 3, 000 below the freezing-point of water, and thought that in any case it must be at least 600 below.
When Nelson's fleet arrived off Egypt on 1 August and discovered Brueys's dispositions, he ordered an immediate attack, and his ships advanced on the French line.
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The first immigrant to pass through Ellis Island was Annie Moore, a 15-year-old girl from Cork, Ireland, who arrived on the ship Nevada on January 1, 1892.
The British commander, Lowe, worked slowly, unsure of the size of the force he was up against, and with only 1, 269 troops in the city when he arrived from the Curragh Camp in the early hours of Tuesday 25 April.
The Guatemalan region of Mesoamerica was dominated by the Maya civilization ( 2, 000 BC – AD 250 ), before the Spanish arrived in the 16th century ; although most of the great, Classic-era ( AD 250 – 900 ) Maya cities of the Petén Basin region, in the northern lowlands of Guatemala, had been abandoned by the year AD 1, 000 ; however, the states in the Guatemalan central highlands, flourished until the arrival of Pedro de Alvarado, the Spanish Conquistador who began subjugating the Indian states of Guatemala in 1525.
As a vanguard of the official U. N. force, a force of about 1, 000 U. S. Marines arrived in Haiti within the day, and Canadian and French troops arrived the next morning ; the United Nations indicated it would send a team to assess the situation within days.
Windows NT 3. 1 ( Microsoft marketing wanted Windows NT to appear to be a continuation of Windows 3. 1 ) arrived in Beta form to developers at the July 1992 Professional Developers Conference in San Francisco.
European colonization of the island began earnestly the following year, when 1, 300 men arrived from Spain under the watch of Bartolomeo Columbus.
On the early morning hours of 1 March 1953, after an all-night dinner and a movie Stalin arrived at his Kuntsevo residence some 15 km west of Moscow centre with interior minister Lavrentiy Beria and future premiers Georgy Malenkov, Nikolai Bulganin and Nikita Khrushchev where he retired to his bedroom to sleep.
On August 31, Mihdhar closed an account at Hudson United Bank in New Jersey, having opened the account when he arrived in July, and was with Hanjour when he made a withdrawal from an ATM in Paterson on September 1.
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On 20 May 1932 Baba arrived in New York and provided the press with a 1, 000-word written statement, which was described by devotee Quentin Tod as his Message to America.
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Murray had American philologist and liberal-arts-college professor Francis March manage the collection in North America ; 1, 000 quotation slips arrived daily to the Scriptorium, and by 1882, there were 3, 500, 000.
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Derry Brownson, formerly of the band EMF is frequently seen around town and helps run a music studio in the town called Yard 1 studios.
The Township of Derry was incorporated on August 1, 1729, when Lancaster County divided the territory for tax purposes.
A group was formed by university-based activists including Bernadette Devlin and Michael Farrell, named People's Democracy, which began a four-day march from Belfast to Derry on 1 January 1969.
A 1 / 4 mile paved racetrack, the Hudson Speedway, lies near the northern edge of town by the intersection of Old Derry Road and Robinson Road.
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Whilst in London one platoon was detached to 1 KINGS OWN BORDER in Derry whilst two platoons were attached from the newly formed The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment, abbreviated PWRR.
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File :( 1 ) _Derry ( former home of May Gibbs ) 1. jpg | Derry, home of May Gibbs before she lived at Nutcote
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The station broadcasts from BBC's Northland Road studios on 93. 1 FM and 792 MW in Derry, County Londonderry.
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