Our Register is one of the largest of its kind in the
world. It lists all the war dead under the Commission's
We care for the graves and memorials of almost 1.7 million
Commonwealth servicemen and women who died in the two world wars.
These include the graves of more than 935,000 identified war dead
and almost 212,000 unidentified individuals. The names of almost
760,000 people can be found on memorials to the missing.
We also commemorate more than 67,000 Commonwealth civilians who
died as a result of enemy action during the Second World War. Their
names are listed on a roll of honour, housed near St George's
Chapel in Westminster Abbey, London.
The Commission maintains 40,000 war graves of other
nationalities and more than 25,000 non-war military and civilian
graves on a repayment basis but these names are not in our
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