We Fought On D-Day
'We Fought On D-Day' was a documentary produced by BBC Northern Ireland and Doubelband Films telling the stories of 1st Battalion Royal Ulster Rifles.
What role was played by Royal Ulster Rifles after D-Day?
Members of today's armed forces return to Cambes Wood, Normandy, exploring the role played by Royal Ulster Rifles after D-Day during France's liberation.
Corporal Hugh Brown served in 2nd Battalion Royal Ulster Rifles during World War Two, landing on Sword Beach on D-Day, 6th June 1944 and fighting in France.
Corporal Charles Stephenson was a medic with 2nd Battalion Royal Ulster Rifles. He received an injury in Troarn during the Battle of Normandy in 1944.
Rifleman Samuel Glass served in 1st Battalion Royal Ulster Rifles during World War Two. He landed in Normandy on D-Day and was shot by a sniper on 7th June.
Rifleman George McAllister served in 'D' Company, 2nd Battalion, Royal Ulster Rifles during the war. He saw action on D-Day and was killed in Cambes Wood.
Robert William Beck
Robert William Beck served in 2nd Battalion Royal Ulster Rifles during World War Two. He fought with 3rd Infantry Division during D-Day on 6th June 1944.
Sergeant Major Albert McConville served in 1st Battalion Royal Ulster Rifles during World War Two. He was injured during the Normandy landings in June 1944.