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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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Magnificent Record, Belfast Church and War, 771 with Colours and 122 Fell'
Belfast's Tribute to the Fallen'
Belfast Corporation Employees Tribute to Dead Comrades'
Cenotaph at the Corner of Donegall Square East and Chichester Street Erected to the Memory of Ulsters Glorious Dead'
Crumlin War Memorial'
Helen's Tower'
In Proud and Loving Memory: The Imperial Silence - How Ulster Observed the King's Command'
Memorial Tablet to the Members of the North-West Bar'
Greater Love Hath No Man'
Orange War Heroes: Memorial at Antrim'
Heroes of Shankill Mission: Commemorative Tablet'
Queen's Island Memorial: Unveiling by Lady Pirrie, Tribute to 500 Fallen'
Shipyard Heroes: Roll of Honour Unveiled - Tribute from Sir Edward Carson'
Dublin Comrades of Great War'
St. Enoch's Soldier Sons: Surviviors Welcomed Home'
Shipyard Workers' Tribute to the Fallen'
War Memorial Trophy of the Northern Branch Cross-Country Association'
An Ulster War Memorial: A Permanent Memorial - Proposed Provincial Conference'