The Second World War in Seahill, Co. Down saw the construction of a Prisoner of War Camp for Axis detainees while American troops were based nearby.
The Rockport Prisoner of War Camp stood near the village of Seahill, Co. Down and held German Prisoners of War until its sale by auction in June 1948.
In 2020, Haywood Avenue off the Ormeau Road, Belfast was the scene of an alert as Ammunition Technician Officers examined a Second World War grenade.
Colonel Robin Charley of the Royal Ulster Rifles unveiled a Second World War Mural at Hornbeam Walk, Seymour Hill, Dunmurry, Co. Antrim on 1st July 2009.
The period after the Second World War brought change to Dunmurry, Co. Antrim. In wartime, it provided a base for troops and a refuge for Blitz evacuees.
Waringstown, Co. Down was central to an rural area of Northern Ireland that welcomed British, American, and Belgian troops during the Second World War.
Robinson and Cleaver Ltd. store on Donegall Square North survived the Belfast Blitz. Before the Second World War, it was a leading supplier of Irish linen.
Belfast City Centre came under attack from the Luftwaffe in 1941. During the Belfast Blitz, Bridge Street, High Street, and other streets sustained damage.
Knock Road in Castlereagh, Belfast once boasted some fine large houses. In the Second World War, the grounds of Brooklyn House became a POW Camp.