Throughout the war and in the immediate post-war period, people across the island of Ireland collected money for memorials to honour those who had died. Tabloids include the Belfast Telegraph, the Northern Whig and the Belfast News Letter. The clippings range from 1916 to 1922 and cover events such as the erection of monuments and memorials to those who died, memorial services, and rolls of honour listing the names of Ulster service men who went to war.
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Printing Trades: Belfast War Memorial - Univeiled by Lord Justice Moore'
In Memory of Ulstermen'
Belfast Armisitice Day'
Shankill Honours Men of the West'
Ulster Division Memorial, Proposed Erection on Battlefield'
Ulster and the War - Casualties to Officers and Men, An Extensive List, Further Recipients of Service Honours'
Battle of Messines Recalled'
In Memory of West Belfast Men'
In Memory of the Men Who Fell at Thiepval'
Cooperative War Memorial'
Our Fallen Heroes'
Graves that are Kept Green - The Cemeteries of France, 700 Gardeners Employed'
Unveiling War Memorial, Manor Street, Y.M.C.A.'
To the Glory and Undying Fame of Nurse Cavell'
The Ulster Devision Memorial'
Willowfield Parish Church War Memorial'
Mr Robert More of 21 Greenmount Street with his Four Sons'
Orange Honour Roll, Impressive Unveilling by Mothers of Fallen Heroes'