During the Second World War, Lough Neagh was a valuable asset for the military in Northern Ireland who used the waters for training purposes.
During the Second World War, Edenderry House in Banbridge, Co. Down housed British soldiers who trained and worked in the nearby countryside.
During the Second World War, Sunnylands Camp in Carrickfergus, Co. Antrim was the birthplace of the 1st U.S. Army Ranger Battalion in 1942.
On the Main Street of Ballycarry, Co. Antrim stands a memorial to the village's most famous son and British Army General Sir James Stuart Steele.
Musgrave Park Hospital on Stockman's Lane, Belfast served as No. 31 (London) General Hospital during the Second World War providing medical care.
Stockman's Lane in Belfast is home to Musgrave Park Hospital, which saw use as No. 31 (London) General Hospital during the Second World War.
An Army Dental Clinic operated on the Antrim Road, Belfast during the Second World War. Mostly unchanged, the site remains a dentist's surgery today.
The Antrim Road remains a main thoroughfare in North Belfast. During the Second World War, the area suffered badly in the Belfast Blitz of 1941.
Stoneyford lies north of Lisburn. During the Second World War, it was an area mined for materials used in Air Raid Shelter construction.