On 1st June 1940, personnel from Northern Ireland continued the fight at Dunkirk. Four years later, Belfast witnessed the crash of a B-17 bomber at Cave Hill.
On 2nd June, we remember those of the British Army and Royal Air Force who died on this day during wartime, as well as a nurse from Strabane, Co. Tyrone.
On 3rd June, we remember riflemen, a Squadron Leader with the Royal Air Force and a Fusilier who served with The Skins in Italy following the Second World War.
On 4th June 1940, S.S. River Humber collided with H.M.S. Folkestone in the Irish Sea causing the deaths of three seamen with connections to Northern Ireland.
On 5th June, we remember service personnel with connections to Northern Ireland who died in far-off fields such as Burma, Singapore, Indonesia, and India.
Many people with connections to Northern Ireland took part in the Normandy landings on D-Day, 6th June 1944 including two battalions of Royal Ulster Rifles.
On 14th June 1941, elements of the army's 61st Divisional Engineers displayed a number of methods of crossing the Aghadowey River at Agivey, Co. Londonderry.
On 16th June 1943, Robert Meekin of the Ulster Kerry Blue Terrier Club invited U.S. Army Major General Russel P. Hartle to become a life member of the club.
On 18th June 1945, Driver Ernest Stewart Currie of Portadown, Co. Armagh died having served throughout the Second World War with the Royal Army Service Corps.
Leading Aircraftman William James Bleeks of Portadown, Co. Armagh died on 20th June 1942 as a result of an incident in Scotland while serving with the R.A.F.
Henry "Harry" Kane was a well-known footballer in Portadown, Co. Armagh. He died on 21st June 1940 when H.M.S. Cape Howe sailing as Prunella came under attack.
On 22nd June 1943, two airmen with connections to the town of Portadown, Co. Armagh died while serving in Royal Air Force Bomber Command on raids over Germany.
On 24th June 1942, H.M.S. Phoebe docked at Musgrave Channel, Belfast. On board were King George VI and Queen Elizabeth beginning a visit to Northern Ireland.
On 25th June 1940, Sergeant Francis George Kinghan of Toomebridge, Co. Antrim died while on an attack with R.A.F. 254 Squadron off the Norwegian coast.