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Car Bomb Damage in Dublin (E10)..1972.02.12.1972..12.02.1972..2nd December 1972..On the morning of 2nd December '72 two car bombs exploded in Dublin City. At Sackville Place two busmen were killed as they waited in their car to resume work. The busmen were named as George Bradshaw (30) and Thomas Duffy (23). The bomb was thought to be planted by a Northern Ireland subversive group who hoped to influence legislation going through Dail Eireann in relation to the I.R.A...Picture taken in the cold light of day shows the blast damage to Liberty Hall on Eden Quay. The shock wave was powerful enough to take out windows on the top floor of the building.

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Car Bomb Damage in Dublin (E10)..1972.02.12.1972..12.02.1972..2nd December 1972..On the morning of 2nd December '72 two car bombs exploded in Dublin City. At Sackville Place two busmen were killed as they waited in their car to resume work. The busmen were named as George Bradshaw (30) and Thomas Duffy (23). The bomb was thought to be planted by a Northern Ireland subversive group who hoped to influence legislation going through Dail Eireann in relation to the I.R.A...Picture taken in the cold light of day shows the blast damage to Liberty Hall on Eden Quay. The shock wave was powerful enough to take out windows on the top floor of the building.