Remembrance ni

Recalling those from Northern Ireland who served the cause of freedom and democracy.

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The Northern Ireland contribution to HM submarines in World War II is most remarkable. It includes bravery to the utmost – a Victoria Cross awarded to James Magennis – the tactical experience and analysis of submarine warfare by Arthur Hezlett, the youngest admiral appointed – as well as at least 27 men who died in […]

The Inniskilling Fusiliers raised 13 Battalions and was awarded 46 Battle Honours and 8 Victoria Crosses, losing 5,890 men during the course of the war. Insights from Londonderry, Dungannon, Limavady and Queen’s University Training Corps. Plus outline service records of each battalion.