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Was Belfast Ireland in World War 2?

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2009-12-02 19:52:53
2009-12-02 19:52:53

Belfast is in Northern Ireland, which, as it is part of the UK, was in World War 2.

Northern Ireland did not, however, have conscription, even though Great Britain did.

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