On 1st September 1943, R.A.F. Bomber Command carried out a series of raids over Germany. Among those who failed to return were several with connections to N.I.
On 2nd September 1941, British Army officers were training in Ulster. Two years later, American aircrew members received medals at a Co. Antrim airfield.
Remembering Belfast-born airman Paul McLarnon and Fusilier Oliver Gilroy of Co. Fermanagh who both died on opposite sides of the world on 3rd September 1942.
Remembering the Portstewart-born Stoker 2nd Class William McIntyre and airman George Fleck of Glengormley, Co. Antrim who both died on 5th September 1942.
On 6th September 1941, the British Army demonstrated their prowess at laundry and also in the use of trucks and bridges to make light work of river crossings.
Progress work at Larne Harbour and the building of bridges for Exercise Judy were among the photos of Lieutenant Bainbridge on 7th September throughout the war.
On 8th September 1941, The Green Howards were in Omagh, Co. Tyrone and photographer Lieutenant J.R. Bainbridge was on hand to capture the training.
On 9th September 1941 and again in 1943, soldiers of the British Army underwent realistic training crossing the waterways of Northern Ireland in Co. Antrim.
On 10th September 1942, work was underway on the jetty at Larne, Co. Antrim. The following year saw troops training in Exercise Judy at Newferry, Co. Antrim.
On 11th September 1942, 9th Battalion Royal Warwickshire Regiment took part in a training exercise crossing a river in the countryside at Bushmills, Co. Antrim.
On 15th September 1942, Six Command Signals at Lisburn, Co. Antrim demonstrated the use of civilian vehicles converted for use for British Army communications.
On 16th September 2016, Northern Ireland War Memorial held a Belfast Blitz 75 event as part of a city-wide Culture Night. The evening included music and dance.
On 17th September 1941 and 1942, a War Office photographer captured soldiers farming in Co. Antrim and taking part in a plane recognition course in Co. Down.
On 19th September 1941, Valentine Tanks rolled through the town of Ballymena, Co. Antrim. One year on, an Ulster Home Guard Motor Boat Patrol took to the water.
We remember Gunner George Pentland of Portadown and airman Thomas Arthur Mewhort of Belfast who died on 20th September 1942, while a Spitfire crashed in Éire.
On 21st September 1943, a U.S. Air Force Photographer observed the training of members of 3rd C.C.R.C. at U.S.A.A.F. Station 236, Toome Airfield, Co. Antrim.
On 24th September 1941, soldiers trained among peat stacks in Co. Armagh while members of the Auxiliary Territorial Service visited an Anti-Aircraft Battery.
On 26th September 1943, a Battle of Britain commemoration parade took place in Belfast. Two years earlier an A.T.S. Motor Transport Company showed their skills.
On 29th September 1942, soldiers demonstrated the important work carried out by a British Army Dental Laboratory at Palace Barracks, Holywood, Co. Down.