Lance Corporal Albert Reece of Legamaddy, Co. Down died in Burma (now Myanmar) on 22nd March 1944 while serving in 1st Battalion Northamptonshire Regiment.
Corporal Albert Tinman of Portadown, Co. Armagh died on 7th April 1943 as 6th Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers attacked Djebel el Mahdi, Tunisia.
Bombardier Archibald Grant died on 21st February 1942. He was a former player at Linfield Football Club before enlisting in the Territorial Army in 1939.
Guardsman Arthur Brown of Belfast, Co. Antrim died on 5th March 1945 aged 18 years old. He served in the Netherlands with 3rd Battalion Irish Guards.
Private Barry John Stubbings was only 16 years old when he died on 14th March 1942. The young English soldier's grave is in Bangor New Cemetery, Co. Down.
Lieutenant Basil Julian David Brooke of Brookeborough, Co. Fermanagh died on 11th March 1943 while serving with 6th Battalion Grenadier Guards in Tunisia.
Between Northern Ireland and Scotland lies Beaufort's Dyke, a natural trench at the bottom of the Irish Sea now filled with World War Two era munitions.
Bernard McCrystal of Broughshane, Co. Antrim served in 79th Company, The Pioneer Corps at his time of death on 2nd April 1944 during the Italian Campaign.
Lieutenant Brian Beven Russell served in 3rd Battalion Irish Guards at his time of death on 2nd April 1945. His mother's grave is in Donaghadee, Co. Down.