Elmfield Prisoner of War Camp, Gilford, Co. Down
The polo fields and grounds of a large stately home in Gilford, Co. Down became Elmfield prisoner of war camp in 1945. Around 1,800 German troops were held.
Hill Street, Gilford, Co. Down
Nothing remains of old Hill Street in Gilford, Co. Down. During the 19th century, it was home to hundreds of millworkers. Belgian troops visited in 1945.
Queens University War Memorial, University Road, Belfast, Co. Antrim
In front of the main campus building, stands the Queens University War Memorial bearing 154 names of those who gave their lives during World War Two.
Holywood War Memorial, Redburn Square, Holywood, Co. Down
Holywood War Memorial stands in what was once Railway Square facing the railway station. It was renamed Redburn Square in honour of a First World War hero.
Gilford War Memorial, Mill Street, Gilford, Co. Down
Gilford War Memorial stands at a prominent junction in the rural Co. Down town. It commemorates the dead of both World Wars including 22 from World War Two.
Ballyhalbert Airfield, Ballyhalbert, Co. Down
Ballyhalbert airfield operated as RAF Ballyhalbert, RNAS Ballyhalbert, and HMS Corncrake throughout World War Two between 1941 and its closure in mid-1946.
Movilla Cemetery, Newtownards, Co. Down
Movilla Cemetery stands on the Old Movilla Road in Newtownards, Co. Down. Among the most famous WW2 veterans buried there is SAS man Robert Blair Mayne.
St. Andrew’s Church of Ireland Churchyard, Ballyhalbert, Co. Down
St. Andrew's Church of Ireland in Ballyhalbert Parish, Co. Down has a small churchyard containing the graves of five men who died during World War Two.