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Pim and Churchill’s Map Room

by John Potter
Based on the papers of Captain Richard Pim, RNVR Supervisor of Churchill’s Map Room 1939-1945
ISBN: 978-0-9929301-0-3
Price: £5.00
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So Vast An Armada
by Ian Wilson

From Belfast Lough to D-Day.

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Overhead and Over Here
by Ernie Cromie

The story of American military aviation in Northern Ireland during the Second World War.

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A Nurse in the Belfast Blitz
by Trevor Parkhill

Emma Duffin’s diary is an eye-witness account of the devastating air raids and aftermath of the Belfast Blitz in 1941. The diary has been transcribed and is represented with illustrations and contextual information by the editor.

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Passing Through
by John Potter

The story of the United States Army in Northern Ireland 1942 -1944.

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The Derry Boys
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The story of the 9th (Londonderry) Heavy Anti-Aircraft Regiment Royal Artillery (Supplementary Reserve) 1939-1946.

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Revisiting a Letter from Ulster
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The Belfast Blitz
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The Twelve Mile Snipers
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Fermanagh in the Second World War
by Joe O’Loughlin and John Hughes

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Winning The War. Hurst, Film & Propaganda (1)
by Allan Esler Smith

The Lion Has Wings (1939) The first in a series of short publications looking at Brian Desmond Hurst's wartime films.

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Winning the War. Hurst, Film & Propaganda (2)
by Allan Esler Smith

The next booklet in the Winning the War Series looks at Brian Desmond Hurst's A Call for Arms! (1940), Miss Grant Goes to the Door (1940) and Dangerous Moonlight (1941).

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The American Red Cross in Northern Ireland
by Clive Moore

A succinct account of the history of the American Red Cross in Northern Ireland, focusing mainly on the Second World War, when an estimated 300,000 US service personnel passed through and were based in NI between 1942 and 1945. It describes the organisation's provision of welfare services, including the establishment of the organisation's first service club in the UK in Derry/Londonderry, their subsequent operations, evolution and expansion, until eventually operating at over 40 sites in Northern Ireland.

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Honouring the Fallen and Serving the Living; The History of the Northern Ireland War Memorial
by Michael Burns

Honouring the Fallen and Serving the Living chronicles the history of the Northern Ireland War Memorial from its roots just after the Second World War to present day. From fundraising appeals organised from three converted tramcars on blitzed ground off High Street; to the opening of the original War Memorial building on Waring Street; to its present location on Talbot Street as an Accredited museum. Throughout this journey, the organisation's objectives have remained the same; to honour the fallen and serve the living.

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