On 1st November 1941, Lieutenant J.R. Bainbridge photographed soldiers of an Ulster Home Guard Motor Transport Company and members of The Pioneer Corps.
Private Patrick Traynor, a married man of Ballycastle, Co. Antrim died on 5th November 1942 aged 44 years old while serving with The Pioneer Corps in Malaysia.
7th November 1942 saw the death of members of the forces with connections to Northern Ireland on land with The Pioneer Corps, at sea, and in the air over Malta.
Operation Torch, Allied landings in North Africa began on 8th November 1942. Able Seaman Fitzpatrick of Whiteabbey, Co. Antrim was among the first casualties.
On 9th November 1942, Flight Sergeant Isaac Kennedy of the Royal New Zealand Air Force died in Hamburg, Germany. The airman was born in Ahoghill, Co. Antrim.
On 10th November 1942, Sergeant Hugh McManus of the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve died near Le Havre, France. He was born in Magherafelt, Co. Londonderry.
On 11th November 1942, members of the Royal Engineers erected a pair of Bailey Bridges across the River Blackwater at the Caledon Park Site in Co. Tyrone.
On 13th November 1939, a photographer from the Belfast Telegraph newspaper visited Aldergrove Airfield in Co. Antrim to watch R.A.F. squadrons in action.
Soldiers with connections to Northern Ireland were on P.O.W. transport ship S.S. Scillin when it came under attack from the Royal Navy on 14th November 1942.
On 15th November 1939, a Belfast Telegraph photographer observed airmen of the Royal Navy's Fleet Air Arm in training at Sydenham Airfield in east Belfast.
On 17th November 1939, a newspaper photographer watched naval ratings turn over the engine of their planes at Aldergrove. In 1940, R.A.F. training was underway.
On 18th November 1940, a Belfast Telegraph photographer spent time with an R.A.F. 502 Squadron crew as they prepared their Mark V Armstrong-Whitworth Whitley.
On 19th November 1940, a Belfast Telegraph photographer spent time with an R.A.F. 245 Squadron crew as they prepared their Bristol Blenheim bomber for action.
On 20th November 1942, Sappers from the Royal Engineers in Northern Ireland with 61st Infantry Division took a break from cutting a new road in the Sperrins.
On 21st November 1942, sappers of 61st Divisional Engineers carried out work on a new road, which meandered through the hilly countryside in Co. Londonderry.
On 25th November 1942, a Belfast Telegraph photographer looked on as a tug boat brought the stricken fuselage of a Lockheed P-38 Lightning into Belfast Docks.
On 26th November 1942, members of the Signal Corps held an exhibition featuring displays of their work and equipment including pigeons at Lisburn, Co. Antrim.
On 27th November 1942, Lieutenant J.R. Bainbridge took a series of pictures at Gransha, Co. Down showing damage caused to bridging equipment by an air attack.