Jewish Hostel, Cliftonpark Avenue, Belfast, Co. Antrim
In the late 1930s, many Jews attempted to escape Europe. Belfast Jewish Community established a Jewish Hostel at Cliftonpark Avenue, Belfast, Co. Antrim.
Mooney’s Bar, Cornmarket, Belfast, Co. Antrim
Mooney's Bar was a popular city centre haunt for people from Belfast, Co. Antrim for many years. In this bar in 1939 a very important document was signed.
Queens University War Memorial, University Road, Belfast, Co. Antrim
In front of the main campus building, stands the Queens University War Memorial bearing 154 names of those who gave their lives during World War Two.
Linfield Road, Belfast, Co. Antrim
Linfield Road lies off andy Row in South Belfast, Co. Antrim. In the 1940s it was a hive of industry with both tobacco and linen manufacturers based there.
Hardcastle Street, Belfast, Co. Antrim
The area surrounding Hardcastle Street just off the Dublin Road in South Belfast has been redveloped and bears no similarities to the wartime street layout.
Donegall Pass, Belfast, Co. Antrim
Donegall Pass runs between two of south Belfast's main thoroughfares; Shaftesbury Square and Ormeau Road. An Air Raid Precautions Post stood there in 1943.
Blythe Street, Belfast, Co. Antrim
Blythe Street runs off Sandy Row in south-west Belfast, Co. Antrim. During wartime, several serving members of the forces lived on the working-class street.
North Queen Street, Belfast, Co. Antrim
North Queen Street runs from Donegall Street to York Road in the north of the city. Proximity to Victora Barracks meant it suffered in the Belfast Blitz.