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New Site Profiling Ulster Bank Employees Who Served In World War 2

Got this email from Gavin Bamford:

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New Northern Bank – War Memorials / Roll of Honour Site Launches…

Gavin Bamford has contacted me to tell me about a new local history site he has created – Northern Bank – War Memorials / Roll of Honour. This site is a great resource for anyone interested in the First and Second world War.  Here Gavin explains some background to the site: There are many War […]

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Pocket Guide to Northern Ireland, issued to American troops stationed in Northern Ireland during the Second World War…

The guide contains such excellent advice as: there is little seasoning in the food, and the beef or the bacon may be a bit on the tough side, but it satisfies a hungry man. Wherever you go in Northern Ireland, even in city streets, you are apt to meet a herd of sheep or cows. Remember the animals have the right-of-way. IRELAND is an Old World country where woman’s place is still, to a considerable extent, in the home. Oh how times have changed!

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