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War graves in the UK: A unique approach to commemoration and care

War graves in the UK: A unique approach to commemoration and care

31/10/2014

In this article we look at why there are more than 300,000 Commonwealth war dead commemorated in the United Kingdom, who looks after them and how and why our approach is different to anywhere else in the CWGC.

Work Completed at UK’s Remotest War Grave

Work Completed at UK’s Remotest War Grave

01/08/2013

The Commonwealth War Graves Commission has completed a project to mark the crash site of an RAF crew killed in the Scottish Highlands during the Second World War.

Talbot House Offer Reward for their Lost

Talbot House Offer Reward for their Lost "Robin"

29/07/2013

During the First World War, two British army chaplains opened a soldiers' rest and recreation centre named Talbot House. Nearly a century on, Talbot House needs your help to retrieve their "Round Robin" document.

Five Headstones in Fromelles Rededicated

Five Headstones in Fromelles Rededicated

15/07/2013

Five newly identified Australians, killed during the Battle of Fromelles from 19 to 20 July 1916, received new headstones at a rededication ceremony.

Brookwood Open Day

Brookwood Open Day

25/06/2013

Visit the Open Day at Brookwood Military Cemetery, the UK's largest Commonwealth Cemetery, on Saturday 13 July 2013.