By Scott Edgar
12th August 2019
The German reaction to the Belfast Blitz was one of great joy among the Luftwaffe pilots but Nazi officials were careful not to provoke American military.
16th April 2017
Following the devastation of the Belfast Blitz in April 1941, the Stormont government requested help from Ireland. The Irish firemen answered the call.
Some dedicated pupils and staff made their way through the rubble of the Belfast Blitz to attend classes at Belfast Royal Academy despite the damage caused.
Blythe Street Public Elementary School served the working class area around Blythe Street, just off Sandy Row in the south-west of Belfast, Co. Antrim.
9th March 2018
Most people know about the Belfast Blitz. Many also know the Luftwaffe dropped bombs on Bangor in April '41 but this was not the town's first aerial attack.
Volunteer fireman Brice Harkness from Cookstown is thought to be the first Auxiliary Fire Service victim of the Luftwaffe's Belfast Blitz on 8th April 1941.
15th August 2018
The new Prime Minister of Northern Ireland, the Right Honourable John Miller Andrews speaks about Ulster standing by Britain and the Empire during the war.
During the Luftwaffe raids on Belfast in 1941, an air raid shelter on Cliftonville Circus took a direct hit and many of those inside died in the blast.