Lisburn, Co. Antrim was a hive of activity during the Second World War with military based in barracks in the town and throughout the surrounding areas.
On 15th September 1942, Lieutenant J.R. Bainbridge took a series of photos for Six Command Signals at Lisburn, Co. Antrim showing how the military made use of commercial vehicles for communications.
On 26th November 1942, members of the Signal Corps held an exhibition featuring displays of their work and equipment including pigeons at Lisburn, Co. Antrim.
Holy Trinity Cemetery is a Roman Catholic burial ground near St. Patrick's Church, Lisburn, Co. Antrim. There are Commonwealth War Graves from both World Wars.
Lisburn War Memorial at Castle Gardens in the city commemorates the fallen from the locality of The Great War, the Second World War, and more recent conflicts.
Thiepval Barracks in Lisburn, Co. Antrim was a new military establishment in Northern Ireland, opening in 1940 during the early years of the Second World War.