In Southampton's 'Old Town' you'll find Hamtun Street. It's only a few yards away from sights like the Tudor House and Garden or the old Merchant's Cottage.
Holy Rood Church in Southampton is a reminder of the devastation wreaked by the Luftwaffe in 1940 but it's also a memorial with links to the city of Belfast
By Scott Edgar
8th June 2014
On 7th-8th June 1944, the liberation of Bayeux took place. Allied troops headed up by 50th Northumbrian Division took the medieval town from Nazi control.
9th March 2018
On 5th June 2014, Princess Anne inspected a parade of veterans, Navy personnel and cadets ahead of a multi-faith drumhead service on the Southsea Seafront.
8th March 2018
Hundreds of military vehicles, some used in Normandy in 1944 take to the streets of Bayeux to mark 70 years since the town's liberation from Nazi forces.
On the eve of the 70th anniversary of D-Day the Royal Air Force display team – the Red Arrows – took to the skies over Portsmouth and Southsea in June 2014.
Royal Naval Air Station Eastleigh, known as HMS Raven during the war, operated under the command of the Royal Navy and is known as the home of the Spitfire.
Over hundreds of years, many men of the Royal Navy have lost their lives at sea. Since the end of World War One, a permanent memorial has stood in Portsmouth, UK.
The Solent Sky Museum in Southampton is a wonderful attraction for fans of aviation history with an iconic Spitfire on display as well as a Belfast-built Beachcomber.