Killadeas, Co. Fermanagh during World War Two played host to several units of the United States Army while the Royal Air Force operated from the air base.
World War Two in Brookeborough, Co. Fermanagh brought the United States Army to rural Northern Ireland with the arrival of 34th Infantry Division in 1942.
The Manor House, Killadeas, Co. Fermanagh is now a hotel but from 1942, it housed officers and men from units of 34th Infantry Division, United States Army.
Ely Lodge on Ely Island near Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh was home to 168th Infantry Regiment, 34th Infantry Division with the exception of the 2nd Battalion.
Ecclesville House, Fintona, Co. Tyrone served as Headquarters of 135th Infantry Regiment, 34th Infantry Division of the US Army during their time in Ulster.
Ashbrooke House near Brookeborough, Co. Fermanagh was home to 1st Battalion, 135th Infantry Regiment, 34th Infantry Division of the US Army in 1942.
The Police Service of Northern Ireland station in Ballymena, Co. Antrim stands on the site of Brookvale House where the US Army established a base in 1942.
Several infantry units of the United States Army had bases in close proximity at Breandrum, Celtic Park, and Castle Coole in Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh.
The Belfast Rope Works based at Connswater, Belfast, Co. Down was the largest in the world by World War Two, producing ropes from heavy cable to fine twine.