Belfast suffered one of the biggest one night death tolls of the Blitz, after London and Liverpool. The defences were shockingly limited as it was assumed the Luftwaffe would not travel all the way across the air defences of Great Britain to reach Belfast, but they did. Knocked the shipyards and the aircraft factories for six and caused huge destruction to housing.I googled "Belfast Blitz" and found this website:
which has the photo below (very similar-looking area) , the metadata for which identifies it as an IWM photo of Sidney Street, Belfast in 1941 (I was unable to find it when I had quick look at IWM online):
Not at all sure what (if anything) it proves, though. Mebbe just a reminder that London wasn't the only UK city targeted by Onkel Adolf.
One of the most famous consequences of the Blitz on Belfast was that fire engines from the Free State (as was) rushed north to help extinguish the blaze, which was a humanitarian gesture amid the then ongoing cold war between north and south.