She was 9 when chosen as part of a select band of young women to work in the secret Filter Room, the nerve centre of the WWII radar system.Read the full story ›
The search is on for an airman, known only as 'Yours Truly'. Mystery surrounds the veteran after wartime snaps were found at a bus stationRead the full story ›
A special service to mark Victory in Japan (VJ) Day will be held at Llandaff Cathedral on Sunday 16 August.
Commemorating the allied victory in Japan and the end of World War 2 in 1945, the service has been jointly organised by the Welsh Government and Cardiff Council in conjunction with Llandaff Cathedral.
The First Minister will read at the service, together with D. Hugh Thomas CBE DL Honorary Consul for Japan.
We must never forget the sacrifice allied forces made for our freedoms during World War 2.
Victory in Japan by the allied forces brought to an end six years of conflict which saw the tragic loss of so many lives and the destruction of so many communities across the world.
Their heroics in battle, often so very far from home, will always have a special place in our hearts and it’s important we remember and show our gratitude for their service.
The Ministry of Defence (MOD) is searching for the relatives of an RAF Airman who was killed on a bombing mission during World War II.Read the full story ›
Cliff Guard was known as G.I. Limey, serving with the US Army in the Second World War. He is now 91 and back home in Swansea.Read the full story ›
Richard Carter, from Anglesey, was born in 1914 - the year World War One started.Read the full story ›
The films were made during the Second World War, designed to promote an understanding of Britishness in the face of Nazi propaganda.Read the full story ›
Thousands of American soldiers were based around Swansea during World War Two as they prepared to invade occupied Europe in 1944.Read the full story ›
On Thursday, the family of George Saunders were given military medals in recognition of the role he played during World War Two.Read the full story ›
The family of a Cardiff airman has been honoured 70 years after he was killed in action in the Second World War.
Flight Sergeant George Arthur Saunders, from North Church Street in Cardiff, was shot down in his Lancaster Bomber following a raid on Berlin on the 24th March 1944. All but one of his crew mates were also from Wales.
Now, his brother Ted and nephew Phil Saunders along with other family members will collect a number of military medals in honour of his wartime service.
"We are honoured to be able to remember and recognise the service and sacrifice made by Flight Sergeant George Saunders, and to ensure his family received his service medals in his memory" - Wing Commander Phil Sagar