During the Second World War, the Antrim Road in north Belfast was home to a large Army Dental Centre where members of the forces received regular treatment.
During the Second World War, Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress #42-97862 came down on the slopes of Cave Hill in north Belfast killing 10 of the crew members onboard.
Garmoyle Street near Belfast Docks was a hive of activity on 26th January 1942 as the first elements of the U.S. Army marched towards the railway station.
Premier Drive runs off Shore Road, North Belfast. In 1943 it was home to Robert Meekin who forged a friendship with a U.S. Army General.