The Irish War Memorial Records; The Victoria Cross record of the 36th (Ulster) Division; The memorial to Edmund De Wind VC; The 36th (Ulster) Division record; Instonians killed in action on the first day of the Somme.
Recalling those from Northern Ireland who served the cause of freedom and democracy.
The exploits of Michael Torrens-Spence DSO DSC DFC, and an Honour Roll of Fleet Air Arm personnel from NI.
Eighteen men from Queen’s University and the Officer Training Corps served in the Royal Flying Corps and the emergent Royal Air Force. 13 died, 2 of them brothers
This was the nickname of a small force of old armoured cruisers in the North Sea. Men from Ni were lost in Aboukir, Cressey and Hogue on September 22, 1914.
WW1 Nurses war memorial relocated in Belfast Cathedral from Dublin garrison church, Queen Alexandra’s Royal Army Nursing Corps, The nurses of the UVF
The Royal Flying Corps; General Jan Smuts’ key role in establishing the Royal Air Force; First RFC squadron in France in WW1 was led by an Armagh officer; NI Roll of Honour, Part 1.
The first and last losses and Roll of those on Eternal Patrol.