A mural of Polish Airborne General Stanisław Sosabowski stands on the junction of Foxglove Street and Beersbridge Road in East Belfast.
Foxglove Street in East Belfast is the site of a mural depicting Polish Airborne troops during Operation Market Garden in September 1944.
Now a modern Garden Centre, during the Second World War, Drum House in Drumbeg, Co. Down served as a base for the Home Guard and the A.T.S.
During the Second World War, the tranquility of Drumbeg, Co. Down shattered with the arrival of Home Guard and A.T.S. Motor Transport Companies.
During the Second World War, elements of the British Army used the peatlands around Clonmore, Co. Armagh to train in preparation for battle.
Abercorn Barracks, Ballykinler, Co. Down was a military base used for training of British and American forces during the Second World War.
The village of Ballykinler near Downpatrick, Co. Down was home to Abercorn Barracks, a base used for training during the Second World War.
Lisburn lies partly in Co. Antrim and Co. Down. During the Second World War, it saw much activity with troops of many nations in the area.
During the Second World War, Charlemont on the Co. Armagh banks of the River Blackwater was the site of a Government-run potato factory.