The Northern Ireland War Memorial publish books each year, enhancing their growing collection of texts that discuss a number of subjects on both the First and Second World War, from American Aviation to the diaries of a nurse in the Belfast Blitz.

All of our publications are available to buy directly from the War Memorial gallery, on or simply by downloading the publication order form.

A Nurse in the Belfast Blitz
Emma Duffin’s description of a journey through the city centre to north Belfast after the Belfast Blitz that confirms the devastating extent of the aerial raid which left hundreds dead and thousands of houses destroyed.

Overhead and Over Here
The story of American military aviation in Northern Ireland during the Second World War.

From Ulster to the Dardanelles 
The local impact of the Gallipoli campaign.

Ulster and the First World War
A history of Ulster in the First World War.

Lest We Forget 
The Story of the Northern Ireland War Memorial.

Pim and Churchill’s Map Room 
Based on the papers of Captain Richard Pim, RNVR Supervisor of Churchill’s Map Room 1939-1945

So Vast an Armada 
From Belfast Lough to D-Day

Fermanagh in the Second World War

There are also six smaller monographs available to purchase from the gallery: The Belfast BlitzPassing ThroughThe Derry BoysThe Battle of the Atlantic and The Twelve Mile Snipers.

* Allan Esler Smith’s Revisiting a Letter from Ulster is currently out of stock, however, you can view the full text for free.

To commemorate the 75th Anniversary of the Belfast Blitz this year we have created an exclusive link that lets you view John Potter’s Belfast Blitz monograph in full.


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