Unity Street in North Belfast, Co. Antrim was hit in The Easter Raid of the Belfast Blitz on the night of 15th-16th April 1941 destroying Trinity Church.
On the night of 15th-16th April 1941, Luftwaffe bombs toppled the spire of Trinity Church, Unity Street, Belfast, Co. Antrim killing several ARP Wardens.
In Southampton's 'Old Town' you'll find Hamtun Street. It's only a few yards away from sights like the Tudor House and Garden or the old Merchant's Cottage.
The Solent Sky Museum in Southampton is a wonderful attraction for fans of aviation history with an iconic Spitfire on display as well as a Belfast-built Beachcomber.
The Southsea Seafront has a wealth of military history from Henry VIII's 16th-century castle to the impressive, unique D-Day Museum and Overlord Tapestry.
Sword Beach was one of five landing areas chosen for the Normandy invasion on D-Day 6th June 1944. It was taken by British forces who advanced towards Caen.
The American Cemetery at Colleville overlooks Omaha Beach and is the largest allied burial ground in Normandy. This is where 'Saving Private Ryan' begins.