Belfast City Airport Memorial Situated along the covered walkway from the short term car park to the terminal, the wording is as follows "In memory of the men of 804 and 702 Naval Air Squadrons, Based at Sydenham, Belfast between March 1941 and July 1942 which operated Fairey Fulmar and Hawker Sea Hurricane Fighter aircraft from CAM-ships (Catapult Armed Merchantmen) on convoy defence duties during the Battle of The Atlantic" Lisahally Battle of the Atlantic Memorial Located at Port Road, Maydown. More: http://ww2ni.webs.com/countylondonderrypt1.htm Ebrington Battle of the Atlantic Memorial Located at Ebrington Barracks. More: http://ww2ni.webs.com/countylondonderrypt1.htm Leading Seaman James M. Magennis V.C.   Belfast City Hall is home to a memorial to Leading Seaman James M. Magennis who, through his actions against the Japanese in Singapore, was awarded the Victoria Cross. Magennis was born on 27th October 1919 in Belfast and lived at 4 Majorca Street. He enlisted in the Royal Navy as a boy and after serving on surface ships he was moved to submarines before volunteering for Special Duties in 1943. As well as the memorial at Belfast City Hall, a mural can be seen at Kings Road, Belfast where it was unveiled on the 60th Anniversary of V.J. Day on 16th September 2005. More: http://ww2ni.webs.com/greaterbelfastpart2.htm For more information on Naval Graves such as those for Wallace B. McCappin, Hubert Farrell, Samuel Hornby, Alan Pollock, Ronald Corkhill, Hugh Knowles, Anthony Wyndham and Russell Voysey, please visit  http://ww2ni.webs.com/