British Army cobblers honing their craft in a workshop, preparing sturdy footwear for use by British Troops in Northern Ireland on 1st April 1941.
Gunners of 77th (Duke of Lancaster's Own Yeomanry) Medium Regiment, Royal Artillery at Crockawilla/Cnoc an Bhaile in the Sperrin Mountains on 1st April 1941.
Members of 148th Independent Infantry Brigade including artillery take part in Exercise Dragoon in the Sperrin Mountains, Co. Londonderry on 1st April 1942.
On 1st April 1944, Lieutenant General George S. Patton and Major General Walter M. Robertson rolled into the city of Armagh in a United States Army Willys Jeep.
Wing Commander Samuel McCaughey Boal D.F.C. was the commanding officer of R.A.F. 217 Squadron at his time of death on 1st April 1942.
Captain John Eyre Gisborne Gordon of Delamont House, Killyleagh, Co. Down died on 1st April 1941 serving in an administrative role with the Royal Artillery.