BRALO BRITISH CEMETERY
|Total identified casualties||102 Find these records|
|Casualties from||First World War|
Bralos is a mountain in central Greece approximately 190 km north of Athens and 325 km southeast of Thessaloniki just off the E75 motorway. Bralos cemetery is situated on a plateau between Bralos and Parnassos Mountains and to reach the cemetery take the exit marked Amfissa – Bralo on the E65 road. Continue on this road for approximately 15 km where you shall find Commission signs directing you to the cemetery.
The Cemetery is permanently open and may be visited at any time. For further information and enquiries please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Towards the end of 1917, the Salonika lines of communication were diverted through Bralo, Itea and Taranto because of German submarine activity in the Mediterranean. The 49th Stationary Hospital was gradually transferred to Bralo and rest camps were established at Bralo and Itea. The cemetery was begun in October 1917 and used until April 1919. A large proportion of the burials are due to the influenza epidemic of 1918. The cemetery contains 95 Commonwealth burials of the First World War and seven war graves of other nationalities.