By Scott Edgar
6th May 2022
'Yes! We Have No Bananas' is a series of stories and reminisces of 24 people who experienced life during the Second World War in Northern Ireland.
10th April 2020
'Bombs on Belfast: The Blitz 1941' presents a collection of photographs from the Belfast Telegraph archives offering an insight into city life in 1941.
9th April 2020
Emma Duffin was a nurse who saw service in both World Wars and wrote in great detail in journals during this time. This is her account of wartime Belfast.
8th April 2020
Stephen Douds uses diaries, memoirs, newspapers, and eyewitness accounts to retell the story 'The Belfast Blitz: The People's Story' of the events of 1941.
7th April 2020
'The Belfast Blitz: The City In The War Years' is the most comprehensive work on the period of the attacks during the Belfast Blitz of April and May 1941.
6th April 2020
'Post 381' is the Second World War memoirs of James Doherty, a volunteer Air Raid Warden in North Belfast during the Belfast Blitz of April and May 1941.
3rd April 2020
'D'ye Mind The Day' by John Pepper is a collection of snippets from the archives of the Belfast Telegraph, a newspaper published daily in Northern Ireland.
2nd April 2020
'Overhead and Over Here' written by Ernie Cromie of the Ulster Aviation Society focuses on US military aviation in Ulster during the Second World War.
1st April 2020
With an introduction by Walter Kronkite, who spent time in Ireland, 'Home Away From Home: The Yanks in Ireland' tells the tale of a special relationship.