The following websites contain information, articles, photographs, and other materials relating to the Belfast Blitz, which took place in April and May 1941.
Commonwealth War Graves commemorates more than 1.7 million men and women of the Commonwealth Forces who died in The Great War and the Second World War. The organisation receives funding from 6 member governments and maintains cemeteries throughout the world.
As well as maintaining cemeteries and graves across the globe, Commonwealth War Graves also holds records on the dead. This includes many thousands of civilian casualties including those who died as a result of the Belfast Blitz.Visit Website
The British Newspaper Archive is an online project run by the British Library and FindMyPast. It is a collection of millions of pages of British Newspapers throughout history. The service currently holds more than 3,000,000 pages of content from across the United Kingdom.
The British Newspaper Archive contains a wealth of information about the Belfast Blitz. This includes death notices, funeral arrangements, and official statements from the Government in the aftermath of the raids.Visit Website