Commonwealth war graves commission Caring for the fallen
Commonwealth war graves Foundation Our charity site
Use our search tools to explore our records and find out about those we commemorate.
Use our postcode search tool to discover more about the war dead from your local area.
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From iconic memorials to local churchyards, there is unique heritage to explore across Great Britain
No visit to the Western Front is complete without a trip to The CWGC Visitor Centre.
Just a stone's throw from the Menin Gate, visit our Information Centre to learn more about the CWGC.
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Explore the story of the CWGC, from our formation during the First World War to our work today.
Ensuring remembrance is both fitting and relevant to communities.
See our published Non-Commemoration research reports.
On 29 September 1918, British, Australian, and American troops stormed the St. Quentin Canal in one of the most dramatic actions of the Hundred Days Offensive. Discover the story of the battle here.