Abetta Parade is a residential street running off the Beersbridge Road, East Belfast. It was home to Rifleman Hugh Henry Millar of the Royal Ulster Rifles.
The factories, yards and residential areas of East Belfast suffered heavy damage during the Second World War and Luftwaffe bombs fell in April and May 1941.
Belfast is the capital of Northern Ireland. The city was an important military and industrial hub and the Luftwaffe attacked during the Second World War.
Exercise "Dragoon", a British Royal Artillery training manoeuvre took place in the Sperrin Mountains near Draperstown, Co. Londonderry on 1st April 1942.
During the Belfast Blitz in May 1941, Protestants from the Shankill Road joined their Catholic neighbours in the shelter of the crypt of Clonard Monastery.
Between Northern Ireland and Scotland lies Beaufort's Dyke, a natural trench at the bottom of the Irish Sea now filled with World War Two era munitions.
During World War Two, a layer of pitch and manure blacked out the distinctive facade of Stormont Parliament Buildings to protect it from Luftwaffe attack.
Armagh Road Presbyterian Church, Portadown, Co. Armagh welcomed members of the United States Army to a special service of gospel songs on 2nd April 1944.
In 1943, an Advance Detachment of African American GIs of 6th Cavalry arrived at Stramore Farm, Gilford, Co. Down taking over the former British REME base.