Belfast Blitz

Hugh John Stewart

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8th April 2019

Civilian Hugh John Stewart of 2 Legann Street, Belfast, Co. Antrim died on 8th April 1941 when Luftwaffe planes attacked the Harland and Wolff Shipyard.

Stanley Kyle

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8th April 2019

Stanley Kyle of 40 Hillview Avenue, Belfast, Co. Down worked at Harland and Wolff Shipyard. when the Luftwaffe attacked on the night of 7th-8th April 1941.

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Filming locations of The Keeper

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4th April 2019

The filming locations of The Keeper - the story of German-born goalkeeper Bert Trautmann - feature football stadiums and other parts of Belfast, Co. Antrim.

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Belfast Blitz: List of Casualties

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18th February 2019

After the Belfast Blitz, a list of casualties was put together by authorities. Almost 1,000 people died as the Luftwaffe attacked in April and May 1941.

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Belfast Blitz: List of PRONI resources

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8th February 2019

In relation to the Belfast Blitz, PRONI resources are available which tell of the impact and aftermath of the Luftwaffe bombing from different perspectives.

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Belfast Blitz: Bombs on East Belfast

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6th February 2019

Luftwaffe bombs on East Belfast fell on the industrial heart of the city and surrounding residential areas during the Belfast Blitz of April and May 1941.

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Belfast Blitz: Bombs on North Belfast

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6th February 2019

In the Belfast Blitz raids of 1941, Luftwaffe bombs on North Belfast caused widespread devastation and loss of life among both Protestants and Catholics.

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WartimeNI Tour on Translink Glider

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25th August 2018

The Translink Glider service came into service in 2018. It connects West Belfast and East Belfast and there are many World War Two sites along the way.

British Pathé – Ulster’s New Prime Minister (1940)