WHEN the British government finally decided to send troops into Northern Ireland in 1969, the then home secretary James Callaghan wryly said going in was the easy bit but getting out would be a totally different matter. He wasn’t wrong.
Three years after the Battle of the Bogside in 1969, 19-year-old IRA man Seamus Bradley was shot and killed in Derry's Creggan.
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