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Bloody Sunday Memorial, Rossville Street. (Hugh Gallagher)
Photographs of the men and boys who were murdered by British paratroopers on 30 January 1972.
John Johnston (59)John was hit by the first shots fired in William Street while trying to help Damian Donaghy (15), and he died from his injuries in June 1972.
Jackie Duddy (17)Teenager Jackie Duddy was a champion boxer born into a family of 15. He was the first person murdered on Bloody Sunday as he ran through Rossville car park, Fr Daly running at his side.
Hugh Gilmour (17)Teenager Hugh Gilmour lived in the Rossville Flats and he was just yards away from the safety of his home when shot and murdered by a British paratrooper.
Michael Kelly (17)Michael Kelly was murdered at the rubble barricade on Rossville Street. The Bloody Sunday march was the first march he had ever attended.
Michael McDaid (20)Michael McDaid was murdered at the rubble barricade on Rossville Street.
John Young (17)John Young (right) was murdered as he sought safety at the rubble barricade on Rossville Street.
William Nash (19)William Nash was murdered at the rubble barricade in Rossville Street. His father, Alexander, was also shot and injured as he attempted to help his son.
Kevin McElhinney (17)Kevin McElhinney was shot dead as he crawled towards the doorway of Rossville Flats.
William McKinney (26)Nicknamed 'the professor' by his family, William McKinney worked as a compositor for the Derry Journal. He was murdered in Glenfada Park.
Jim Wray (22)Jim Wray (far right) was shot and wounded in Glenfada Park before being executed as he lay on the ground, unable to move.
Gerald Donaghey (17)Teenager Gerald Donaghey (left) was shot dead as he tried to escape the paratroopers in Glenfada Park. The British Army later planted nail bombs in Gerald's pockets.
Gerard McKinney (35)A father of eight, Gerard was shot dead in Abbey Park - the same bullet then killing Gerald Donaghey.
Patrick Doherty (31)Father of six Patrick Doherty was murdered as he tried to crawl to safety in the shadow of the Rossville Flats.
Barney McGuigan (41)Barney McGuigan, a father of six children, was murdered as he waved a white handkerchief and went to aid the fatally injured Paddy Doherty.