The 1973 Old Bailey bombing was a car bomb attack carried out by the Provisional IRA (PIRA) which took place outside the Old Bailey Courthouse on 8 March 1973. The attack was carried out by a 11-person ASU from the Provisional IRA Belfast Brigade.
The 1973 Old Bailey bombing was a car bomb attack which took place outside the Old Bailey Courthouse on 8 March 1973. The attack was carried out by a 10-person ASU from the Provisional IRA Belfast Brigade. One British civilian died of a heart attack attributed to the bombing.
Attack type: Car bomb
Jul 21, 2008 · The Old Bailey blast was caused when a bomb inside a parked car exploded on the afternoon of March 8, 1973. It hurled nearby vehicles into the air, wrecked a pub and smashed hundreds of windows Horror: Barrister James Crespi after the bombing in 1973
The 1973 Old Bailey bombing was a Provisional IRA terrorist attack that occurred on 8 March 1973 when the IRA carried out a car bombing outside of the Old Bailey courthouse in London, England. The Old Bailey bombing was just one of the bomb attacks in London that day; other car bombs targeted
Woman who bombed the Old Bailey with her sister in 1973 IRA attack is to be freed from prison following republican campaign. Marian Price jailed for seven years in 1973 for her role in car bomb attack
Call me a pedant, but as per Harrods bombings, should the word bombing be capitalised? Also, was there more than one notable bombing at the Old Bailey? If not then we should drop “1973” from the name. –TBM10 09:22, 28 October 2015 (UTC)
1973: IRA gang convicted of London bombings One person died and almost 200 were injured in the two bombs. One blew up outside the Old Bailey criminal court, while the other went off outside Scotland Yard. 1991: US accuses Libyans of Lockerbie bombing. 1973: IRA gang convicted of London bombings. 1977: Firefighters strike over pay claim
Jul 23, 2015 · (10 Mar 1973) IRA bomb explodes outside Old Bailey after confusion over bomb location. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com
Nov 17, 2009 · Marian Price was 19 and her sister 22 when they were among nine people convicted over the Old Bailey bombing. The car bomb attack on March 8, 1973 …
The King’s Cross station and Euston station bombings were two bombing attacks on 10 September 1973 by the Provisional Irish Republican Army This was a second wave of bombing attacks launched by the IRA in England in 1973 after the Old Bailey car bombing earlier in the year which had killed one and injured around 200 civilians.
Attack type: Time Bomb and Thrown bomb
Old Bailey Bombing The scene of an IRA (Provisional Irish Republican Army) car bomb explosion outside the Old Bailey in London, 8th March 1973. The bombing was part of the IRA’s first attacks outside Northern Ireland, in which three other car bombs were planted in London.
From the archives: Ten held after Provo bombs blast London 9 March 1973 explosions in the heart of London which wrecked part of the Old Bailey and shook the army recruiting office and Ministry