How You Can Deal With Incendiary Bombs (1940)
A public service film made in 1940 shows members of the British public how to deal with incendiary bombs. At this time, Luftwaffe attacks were frequent.
Auxiliary Fire Service in Northern Ireland
2nd March 2018
The Auxiliary Fire Service formed across the UK in 1938 as a response to the threat from the Luftwaffe. The AFS was invaluable to Belfast in the 1941 blitz.
Volunteer fireman Brice Harkness from Cookstown is thought to be the first Auxiliary Fire Service victim of the Luftwaffe's Belfast Blitz on 7th April 1941.