The International Day of Monuments and Sites is a celebration of cultural heritage and its affect on the environment. We take a look at some of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) cemeteries and memorials and the effects the environment had on their design.
The 6 June 2019 marks the 75th anniversary of the D-Day Landings – one of the most remarkable Allied wartime operations.
The Commonwealth War Graves Commission is encouraging the British public to engage with the stories of the war dead in their hometowns with its #RememberedHere campaign.
As the physical build of the CWGC’s new visitor centre nears completion, we take a look at what the centre will contain, and who is telling our story and how.
The Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) is renovating its iconic Portsmouth Naval Memorial ahead of the D-Day 75 commemorations this summer. The striking memorial bears the names of more than 24,500 men and women who died during the two World Wars and have no known grave.
An appeal for relatives is a search to locate the next of kin for soldiers who fell in war. Could you be connected to any of these individuals?