William James Murphy
Rifleman William James Murphy of Portadown, Co. Armagh died on 21st October 1944 during an attack with the London Irish Rifles at Monte Spadaro, Italy.
Presentation to Royal Ulster Rifles
A presentation to the Royal Ulster Rifles in the village of Lezennes near Lille, France. Villagers present new colours which would fly over Ulster Fort.
Warrant Officer Class III
Warrant Officer Class III John King of Belfast, Co. Down was a Platoon Sergeant Major in 2nd Battalion Royal Ulster Rifles when he died on 29th July 1940.
Rifleman George Bradley of Belfast, Co. Antrim died on 9th July 1944 while serving with 2nd Battalion Royal Ulster Rifles during the Battle of Normandy.
Corporal Aubrey Burke died on 16th August 1946. The former soldier had demobilised from the Royal Ulster Rifles and returned to his hometown of Portadown.
Charles Joseph McVeigh
Sergeant Charles Joseph McVeigh of Lurgan, Co. Armagh died on 12th August 1944 during the Battle of Normandy. He landed on Sword Beach on D-Day in 1944.
Lance Corporal William Keenan lived in Co. Armagh. He died on 5th July 1944 with 2nd Battalion Royal Ulster Rifles in the hard-fought Battle of Normandy.
Hugh Francis Kelly
Rifleman Hugh Francis Kelly of Belfast, Co. Antrim died on 18th June 1944 while serving in the Normandy campaign with 2nd Battalion Royal Ulster Rifles.