Their Majesties in Northern Ireland
British Pathé footage capuring their majesties in Northern Ireland during King George VI and Queen Elizabeth's 3-day visit to Ulster from 24th June 1942.
On The Chin
'On The Chin' produced in 1942 is a short film from British Pathé. It shows crews from Royal Air Force including a young man from Ballymena, Co. Antrim.
Atlantic Crossings Make History
A pair of Atlantic crossing make history as Churchill visits the United States before the first contingent of American GIs arrive in Belfast, Co. Antrim.
Jack Angew's D-Day Jump
An audience at the 2008 American Vetereans' Center conference hear the story of Jack Agnew's D-Day jump. Born in Belfast, Jack was in "The Filthy Thirteen".
This Country Is At War (1939)
British Pathé footage announces that this country is at war. A broadcaster talks of Britain's conviction that the evil of Nazi Germany will be overcome.
We Fought On D-Day
'We Fought On D-Day' was a documentary produced by BBC Northern Ireland and Doubelband Films telling the stories of 1st Battalion Royal Ulster Rifles.
Ulster's New Prime Minister
The new Prime Minister of Northern Ireland, the Right Honourable John Miller Andrews speaks about Ulster standing by Britain and the Empire during the war.
What role was played by Royal Ulster Rifles after D-Day?
Members of today's armed forces return to Cambes Wood, Normandy, exploring the role played by Royal Ulster Rifles after D-Day during France's liberation.