Memorial to those who fought at Guillemont and Ginchy and to all Irishmen who gave their lives in WW1. The records of seven who died on this day – three of the RUR in Normandy.
12 named on the anniversary of their death in service – A RM who re-engaged for WW1. Five RN including 1 submariner from Ballynure and 3 in HMS Isis. Three infantrymen who remain after battle in Calvados cemetery. Photo – Waggon Road Cemetery contains…
Remembering the commencement of the Battle of Britain
CWGC Poperinge New Military Cemetery. Remembering those who died on this day.
12. Two of the NI Padres in Normandy – The Reverend James McMurray-Taylor served with the RUR (6th Airborne Division) and The Reverend James Douglas died serving with The Wiltshire Regiment
11. From Rifleman to RSM of RUR via Ranville, the Ardennes and Korea
5. – The fifth in a series about NI people on D Day. William James “Billy” Moore served with 2nd Battalion of the Royal Ulster Rifles, landing on Sword Beach on 6th June 1944 after enlisting at the age of 18.