This week in 1941 the mighty Avro Lancaster Bomber first flew. Cost approx £50,000, 7377 built, 3249 lost in action,156,000 … More
In today’s Roll – A former Bangor Grammar school student and member of Queen’s OTC died serving with the Royal … More
11 December 1942 – De Havilland DH.98 Mosquito FB Mk IVs of 105 Squadron at RAF Marham, Norfolk. None of … More
The enries include : The WAAF who became a famous artist – Pages 7 and 8. A Victoria Cross winner … More
The Veteran recalled today is one of the most famous men in Irish medicine. Sir William Thompson was Professor of … More
After a period of intense action in WW2, Lt. Henry Walmsley was hitching a lift from Malta to the UK … More
HRH The Princess Royal – Royal Patron of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission A QUB medic from … More
Capt. Norman Clotworthy Graham, of the Royal Army Medical Corps, was awarded a Military Cross for conspicuous gallantry.