The Oxo Factory in Belfast, Co. Down moved its storage facilities to Beersbridge Road after the surge in popularity of the foodstuff during the World Wars.
The small town of Donaghadee, Co. Down still contains remnants of its Second World War History as well as tragic memories of the sinking of "Miss Betty".
The Lustgarten is a neoclassical public park on Berlin's Museum Island. Over the years, it has seen many uses from a royal garden to a Nazi parade ground.
The Martin-Gropius Bau in Berlin, Germany is a renowned exhibition space. During the Second World War, it was a museum of prehistory and fine Asian arts.
In August 1942, visitors from the US Army came to Ahorey Presbyterian Church, Co. Armagh. A preacher, soloist, and organist brought some American flair.
Nothing remains of Memel Street or its neighbouring terraces now. It once stood just off Bridge End in a part of East Belfast debastated by the 1941 Blitz.
Kinnegar Prisoner of War Camp stood on the site of Kinnegar Barracks, Holywood, Co. Down. In February 1945, 9 German POWs staged a daring escape attempt.
Portadown Golf Club was once the site of a grand house and the Carrickblacker Prisoner of War Camp, which took its name from the 17th century mansion.
The Taughmonagh Prisoner of War Camp stood on what is now the housing development of the same name as well as on Balmoral Golf Club in Finaghy, Co. Antrim.