Pardon Me Boy: The Americans in Ulster 1942-45

Pardon Me Boy: The Americans in Ulster 1942-45 captures the spirit of wartime Northern Ireland when up to 120,000 American servicemen were based in Ulster.

Pardon Me Boy: The Americans in Ulster 1942-45

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Pardon Me Boy: The Americans in Ulster 1942-45 is a pictoral journey through three years of American service personnel in Northern Ireland. With images gleaned from newspapers, magazines, and private collections, it shows life in wartime Northern Ireland as 120,000 members of the United States military prepared for war in Europe and North Africa.

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Pardon Me Boy: The Americans in Ulster 1934-45

Pardon Me Boy: The Americans in Ulster 1934-45 by Ronnie Hanna was published in 1991 by The Ulster Society.

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