By Scott Edgar
12th August 2019
The Mountains of Mourne Spitfire P7840, funded by people of Northern Ireland, served throughout the Second World War, being struck off on 5th June 1945.
The Fermanagh Spitfire P7838, funded by people of the rural Ulster county, served with the Royal Air Force throughout World War Two until 5th June 1945.
The Mid-Ulster Spitfire P7834 served throughout the Second World War until struck off charge at the war's end by the Royal Air Force on 28th June 1945.
The Down Spitfire P7823 was funded by people from Co. Down. On 7th January 1942, the iconic Supermarine fighter plane crashed near Derrymacash, Co. Armagh.
The Londonderry Spitfire P7683 was the first of the Belfast Telegraph Spitfire Fund presentation planes presented to the Royal Air Force from Ulster people.
The City of Derry Spitfire P7839 was the second Belfast Telegraph Spitfire Fund presentation plane funded by people in the area during the Second World War.
The Larne Spitfire P7841 caught fire at RAF Tangmere, West Sussex in 1941. People of the Co. Antrim town donated to the Belfast Telegraph Spitfire Fund.
3rd August 2019
On 23rd May 2019, WartimeNI spoke at a sold out "Shipyard Stories" event at Eastside Visitor Centre, Belfast, Co. Down about the shipyards in World War Two.
1st August 2019
Commonwealth War Graves Commission WWII graves in Co. Tyrone can be found across 20 different locations at churches of all denominations across the county.