|International Cross-Country in Northern Ireland|
Six Mile Race at Balmoral Showgrounds Belfast.
|King and Queen visit the Ulster Canteen|
George VI and Elizabeth arriving at the Ulster Canteen in London in 1942.
|Dig For Victory|
Food production was one of the areas which Northern Ireland contributed to in the war effort - even the grounds of Stormont were ploughed.
|Extract from Ulster |
This film shows Ulster's contribution to the war effort. It details the natural and industrial resources of Northern Ireland, from flax to shipbuilding and aircraft manufacture.
|Ulster's New Prime Minister (J.M. Andrews)|
J.M. Andrews became the Prime Minister of Northern Ireland in 1940.
Children's documentary made for the BBC's Ulster in Focus series.
| 'Dough-Boys' In Ulster|
Wartime newsreel item on American troops (popularly known as 'dough boys') stationed in Ulster during World War Two.
|Eire Border Check Up|
This newsreel comes from British Paramount Newsreel Company and shows security measures put in place to stop German and Japanese spies entering Northern Ireland from the neutral 26 counties during World War Two.
|The Story of the Ulster Home Guard|
Army information film showing the work of the Ulster Home Guard - a civilian army who supported the work of the regular army during World War Two.
|Ulster at Arms|
This film looks at Northern Ireland's contribution to the Allied war effort.
|The U-Boats Come In|
This newsreel looks at the surrender of German submarines throughout Britain. U-Boats on the River Foyle can be seen at 2:07-2:58.
|Parade in Omagh|
Amateur film showing the visit of a Judge to Omagh.
Amateur film showing fishermen in Omagh during the 1940s.
A government sponsored post-World War Two documentary to encourage farmers to make silage to feed their stock rather than importing grain.
|Elections in Northern Ireland|
This newsreel places great emphasis on the importance of voting Unionist and maintaining the link with Britain.
A clip looking at the development of a more efficient ploughing system.
|Belfast After the Blitz|
Belfast City (with the Albert Clock in the background) following the bombing of the city by German aircraft during World War Two. (Photograph Reproduced with the Kind Permission of the of the Trustees of the National Museums & Galleries of Northern Ireland and the Ulster Museum, Belfast)
|Belfast Blitz booklet|
Booklet published after the war showing damage done to the city centre after the German bombing of Belfast. (Courtesy of PRONI)
|Royal Irish Fusiliers War Diary|
Extract from Major BA Somerville's war diary (World War Two). (Courtesy of PRONI)
|Super 8 Stories: Dundrod and Ulster Motorsport|
Brian Metcalf and Ernest McMillan recount the glory days of Ulster motorsport from the 1940s and 1950s with footage of bike trials and the famous Ulster Grand Prix at Dundrod featuring immortal drivers such as Stirling Moss. This clip appeared in Series 1, Programme 3 of Super 8 Stories.