War memorials in Northern Ireland stand in many towns and villages throughout the six counties of Northern Ireland. They list the names of those who gave their lives in conflicts across the world. We look at those that commemorate the fallen in World War Two.
Gilford War Memorial, Mill Street, Gilford, Co. Down
Gilford War Memorial stands at a prominent junction in the rural Co. Down town. It commemorates the dead of both World Wars including 22 from World War Two.
Holywood War Memorial, Redburn Square, Holywood, Co. Down
Holywood War Memorial stands in what was once Railway Square facing the railway station. It was renamed Redburn Square in honour of a First World War hero.
Killyleagh War Memorial, Shrigley Road, Co. Down
The Killyleagh War Memorial in Killyleagh, Co. Down stands at the castle in the historic town. The marble plaque commemorates those who died in conflicts since World War One.
Newry Cenotaph, Bank Parade, Newry, Co. Down
Newry Cenotaph stands in Bank Parade in the Co. Down city. The monument, which stands near the town hall, commemorates the fallen of World Wars One and Two.
Portadown War Memorial, Church Street, Portadown, Co Armagh
The Portadown War Memorial, made of bronze and Irish granite, stands in front of St. Mark's Church of Ireland in the Co. Armagh town commemorating men and women from the area who died in both World Wars.
Queens University War Memorial, University Road, Belfast, Co. Antrim
In front of the main campus building, stands the Queens University War Memorial bearing 154 names of those who gave their lives during World War Two.