Alamein Memorial

The memorial forms the entrance to the El Alamein War Cemetery in Egypt. It commemorates nearly 12,000 servicemen of the British Empire.

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Arques-la-Bataille British Cemetery

The cemetery contains the graves of nearly 400 servicemen of the First World War, many of which were members of the South African Native Labour Corps (SANLC).

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Arras Memorial

The memorial stands at the entrance to Faubourg d'Amiens Cemetery in France. It commemorates nearly 35,000 soldiers of the British, South African and New Zealand forces.

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Brookwood Military Cemetery

This is the largest war cemetery in the UK. It contains the graves of more than 1,600 servicemen of the Commonwealth who died in the First World War and over 3,400 from the Second World War.

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Cabaret-Rouge British Cemetery

Situated between two war cemeteries, one French and the other German, the cemetery lies south of the town of Souchez in France. It contains more than 7,650 burials.

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Cambrai Memorial

The memorial stands in Louverval Military Cemetery, France. It commemorates more than 7,000 servicemen from Britain and South Africa who died in the Battle of Cambrai whose graves are not known.

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Chatham Naval Memorial

The memorial commemorates more than 8,514 Royal Navy personnel of the First World War and over 10,090 of the Second World War who were lost or buried at sea.

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Delhi War Cemetery

Built in 1951, there are more than 1,020 British Empire casualties from the Second World War buried or commemorated here, together with a number of war graves of other nationalities.

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Delville Wood Cemetery

This cemetery is the third largest in the Somme battlefield area. It is the final resting place of more than 5,500 servicemen of the First World War, of whom over 3,500 remain unidentified.

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Dunkirk Memorial

The memorial stands at the entrance to the British War Graves Section of Dunkirk Town Cemetery in France. It commemorates more than 4,500 casualties of the British Expeditionary Force.

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Essex Farm Cemetery

There are more than 1,000 servicemen of the First World War buried or commemorated here. One hundred and three of the burials are unidentified.

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Etaples Military Cemetery

This is the largest CWGC cemetery in France. It is located near Boulogne on the former site of a large military hospital complex used by the Allies during the First World War.

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Forceville Communal Cemetery and extension

The cemetery extension was one of the first CWGC sites to be built after the First World War. There are more than 300 graves of servicemen from the First World War here.

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Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery

This is the second largest Commonwealth war cemetery in Belgium. The cemetery contains nearly 10,000 burials of the First World War.

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Neuve-Chapelle Memorial

The memorial commemorates more than 4,700 Indian soldiers and labourers who lost their lives on the Western Front during the First World War and have no known grave.

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Noyelles-sur-Mer Chinese Cemetery

The memorial contains more than 800 graves of Chinese workers who were employed as labour by the British Empire during the First World War.

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Plymouth Naval Memorial

The memorial is a well-known local landmark. It commemorates more than 7,200 naval personnel of the First World War who have no known grave.

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Portsmouth Naval Memorial

The memorial is situated on Southsea Common in Portsmouth. It commemorates nearly 10,000 naval personnel of the First World War and almost 15,000 of the Second World War.

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Rangoon Memorial

The memorial is located in the centre of Taukkyan War Cemetery in Burma (now Myanmar). It commemorates nearly 27,000 Land Forces of the British Empire.

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Runnymede Memorial

The memorial commemorates more than 20,000 airmen and women lost in the Second World War during operations from bases in the UK and North and Western Europe.

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Singapore Memorial

The memorial bears the names of more than 24,000 casualties of the land and air forces of the British Empire who have no known grave. 

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Thiepval Memorial

The memorial commemorates more than 72,000 men of British and South African forces who died in the Somme sector before 20 March 1918 and have no known grave.

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Tower Hill Memorial

 The memorial commemorates the men of the Merchant Navy and Fishing Fleets who gave their lives for the nation and who have no grave but the sea.

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Tyne Cot Cemetery

This cemetery is the largest CWGC cemetery in the world. It is now the resting place of more than 11,900 servicemen of the British Empire in the First World War.

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Tyne Cot Memorial

Around the eastern boundary of Tyne Cot Cemetery stands the Tyne Cot Memorial. It bears the names of some 35,000 men of the British and New Zealand forces who have no known grave.

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Villers-Bretonneux Military Cemetery

The cemetery was made after the Armistice by bringing together graves from the surrounding battlefields and nearby burial grounds. Around two-thirds of those buried died in 1918.

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Vimy Memorial

The memorial is Canada‚Äôs largest overseas national memorial. It commemorates those Canadian Expeditionary Force members killed during the First World War. 

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Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

The memorial bears the names of more than 54,000 soldiers who died before 16 August 1917. The memorial is one of the most well-known war memorials in the world.

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