From the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial in Belgium to the Delhi Memorial (India Gate) in Delhi, from tiny cemeteries containing a handful of graves to those with more than 11,000 burials. There is so much to see and learn.


Wartime Malta

A vital base of operations and medical hub in the First World War, and besieged in the Second World War, Malta has a fascinating military legacy. Cemeteries in Malta are a uniquely beautiful mix of Commonwealth war graves and striking private headstones.

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Noor Khan and Runnymede memorial

Noor Inayat-Khan: A woman of conspicuous courage

Armed with false papers and a pistol, Noor became the first woman radio operator to be sent to Nazi–occupied France. Noor was an unlikely candidate to engage in espionage in the Second World War, but she did so with a “steely strength of will”. Her legacy lives on at Runnymede Air Forces Memorial. Find out about more about how the CWGF is remembering Noor’s incredible story here.

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