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TUL KARM WAR CEMETERY Print this image

Israel and Palestine (including Gaza)
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Location Information

Tul Karm (now Tulkarm) is in the West Bank area, 75 kilometres South East of Haifa, 65 kilometres North of Ramleh and 35 kilometres North-East of Tel Aviv. The cemetery is located just off the main road.

Visiting Information

The cemetery contains the graves of eighty unidentified men of the Egyptian Labour Corps, seven Turkish, three Indian soldiers (one of whom is unidentified) and one German soldier.

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Historical Information

Tul Karm was captured by the 60th (London) Division on 19 September 1918. It was then used as the site for No.15 Combined Clearing Hospital and the base for the 1st/1st Welsh Field Ambulance. An Egyptian Labour Corps Camp and Hospital came later.

The cemetery contains 83 Commonwealth burials of the First World War, only two of which are identified. There is also one German and seven Turkish burials.