During the Second World War, Bedford Street in Belfast City Centre was home to organisations aiding in the war effort including Ulster Gift Fund Headquarters.
College Square East in Belfast City Centre is home to the Royal Belfast Academical Institution, a school where many future service personnel were educated.
Belfast City Hall on Donegall Square North suffered damage to the roof and the ornate banqueting hall during the Belfast Blitz of April and May 1941.
A memorial to employees of the Great Northern Railway who gave their lives in both World Wars is on display at Lanyon Place Station on East Bridge Street.
During Wings For Victory Savings Week in 1943, a Short Stirling and a Handley Page Halifax stood in an area of High Street, Belfast cleared following the Blitz.