I've been working on my Father's war record for quite a while now and I wonder if anybody can help with this last little bit.
He was originally...
I have seen a plan of R.A.F. Killadeas which shows a building which is called a "Hunt Trainer"
Does anyone have any pictures of a Hunt Trainer...
On visiting Killymoon Castle in Cookstown, County tyrone I discovered where a young American Soldier had written his personal information on a...
This name and Service Number was carved into a brick of a Soldiers Shelter at a Range in County Antrim.
I cannot make out the second initial.
Guardsman MAGEE, HERBERT
Service Number 2719655
1st Bn. Irish Guards
Son of Edward and Agnes Magee, of...
From The Age, Monday, October 6, 1941
IN NORTHERN IRELAND
What Ulster Is Doing
From Our Own Correspondent
Northern Ireland, or Ulster as it...
In the past, parts of South Armagh in Northern Ireland were known by some as "Bandit...
Downpatrick War Memorial
I am starting this thread on behalf of the Berkshire Yeomanry Museum. We hold a large number of records for the WW2 period so please ask if you...
Did anyone watch this last night? A really good programme, available to watch on BBC iplayer.
Episode 1 of 2.
A deepwater dive team search the...
Royal Irish Fusiliers Museum, Armagh | WW2Talk
Dashed over to Armagh yesterday; a rather unexpected visit so while I was slightly...
TO THE GLORY OF GOD
AND IN MEMORY OF THE FOLLOWING...
As my research becomes larger and some what complete I'm curious to find out
1. How long was basic training (trade not infantry)
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