Reports from 25th October 1918 to 8th November 1918, during which there were 10 fatalities in the Ulster Division from Letterkenny, Dungannon, Lurgan, Greyabbey, Bushmills, Belfast
Recalling those from Northern Ireland who served the cause of freedom and democracy.
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The men, their ships and their battles
Reports from 10th October 1918 to 23rd October 1918, during which there were 18 fatalities in the Ulster Division
Seven Old Boys of Foyle College, Londonderry, served in the RFC, RAF and the Royal Naval Air Service in World War 1. Only one survived.
Reports from 18th September 1918 to 15th October 1918, during which there were 41 fatalities in the Ulster Division including Edmund De Wind VC
In the biggest loss of life in the Irish sea ten servicemen from NI perished including a leading naval inventor from near Dungannon.
11 from NI perished in HMS Gloucester when it was left without air cover during the German airborne invasion of Crete