14th September 1945: Less than two weeks after the end of the war, and after six years and one day of conflict, the Burton family of Caledon, Northern Ireland celebrate a wedding. Note the groom appears to be in uniform.
Northern Ireland was bombed by the Nazis during the Second World War, in the so-called Belfast Blitz.
The village of Caledon is in County Tyrone, on the border with County Armagh. The Earl of Caledon resides there.