Events from World War Two that occured in Ulster or involved the people living in Northern Ireland each January between 1939 and the war's end in 1945.
World War Two events from each February between 1939 and 1945 focusing on stories of the men and women of Northern Ireland and the places they called home.
Stories from each March of the years 1939-1945 that help piece together the history of World War Two for the people based in Northern Ireland at the time.
The people of Northern Ireland remember April 1941 as the month that World War Two came to Belfast but there are many more April stories during wartime.
During World War Two, May 1941 marked the end of the Belfast Blitz and May 1945 the end of the war in Europe but much more happened in Northern Ireland.
The Dunkirk Evacuation, D-Day, and Royal visits to Northern Ireland are among the stories commemorated each June as we remember the events of World War Two.
July each year marks Canada Day and American Independence Day and a chance to remember the servicemen who called Northern Ireland home during the war.
In August 1940, RAF personnel from Northern Ireland were mong those invovled in the Battle of Britain but there were many other August events in wartime.
Each September we remember Britain's declaration of war on Germany marking the beginning of World War Two and the effects it would have on Northern Ireland.
Some people of Ulster and a few stories worth remembering based in Northern Ireland from each October of World War Two between the years of 1939 and 1945.
11th November marks Remembrance Day in the United Kingdom but in November we remember the stories and pay tribute to the people of wartime Northern Ireland.
As the year draws to an end in December, we remember the people of Northern Ireland who fought and died every December during the Second World War.