Reverend Cecil Henry Bingham served in the Royal Army Chaplains' Department ministering to Airborne Troops at his time of death on 31st August 1944.
Private Francis Duggan of Aghadowey, Co. Londonderry died on 19th August 1944 while serving in Normandy with The Parachute Regiment.
Private Andrew Hill Brown of Glasgow, Lanarkshire served in the Auxiliary Military Pioneer Corps. His wife hailed from Carnlough, Co. Antrim.
Born in Co. Down, Hugh Blackwood Price served in the Royal Canadian Service Corps before being brutally murdered on 18th August 1945.
Lieutenant James Roland Bainbridge took thousands of photographs of life in wartime Northern Ireland but who was the man behind the lens?
Francis Dudley Pakenham McCorkell served in 2nd Battalion Irish Guards at his time of death on 6th August 1944 when his tank came under attack in France.
William James Moffatt of East Belfast was a Company Sergeant Major and a Regimental Piper with the Highland Light Infantry when he died on 10th July 1944.
Gunner Thomas Kilpatrick of Belfast served in 7th Coast Regiment, Royal Artillery at his time of death on 6th July 1943 in a Prisoner of War Camp in Asia.
Sergeant William James Marks of Dungannon, Co. Tyrone died on 1st July 1944 as Avro Lancaster LL958 came down on a raid in support of the Normandy Campaign.