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Naples War Cemetery

  • Country Italy
  • Total identified casualties 1190 Find these casualties
  • Identified casualties from Second World War
  • GPS Coordinates Latitude: 40.88539, Longitude: 14.23985


We are assessing the damage on the two shelter buildings in this cemetery.

Repair work will be starting as soon as possible.

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Location information

The War Cemetery lies in the locality of Miano at Via Vincenzo Ianfolla, off the Corso Secondigliano, in the Commune and the metropolitan city of Naples. Take the autostrada A1, the Rome to Naples road. After the last toll booth, carry on following the signs for the airport. Pass the end of the airport approach road and turn right at the next T junction, following the main road for about 4 kilometres. Cemetery address: Via Vincenzo Janfolla - 80145 Miano (NA) Campania. GPS Co-ordinates: Latitude: 40.88497, Longitude: 14.24000.

Visiting information

The cemetery is permanently open and may be visited at anytime.

Please note that Naples War Cemetery is located in an area where there have been a number of reported robberies. The Commission cannot accept responsibility for any incident which might occur during a visit. Visitors are advised to give great consideration to the safeguarding of themselves and their belongings when planning and during a visit to the cemetery.

Wheelchair access to the cemetery is possible via an alternative entrance.

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History information

On 3 September 1943 the Allies invaded the Italian mainland, the invasion coinciding with an armistice made with the Italians who then re-entered the war on the Allied side. Allied objectives were to draw German troops from the Russian front and more particularly from France, where an offensive was planned for the following year.

The 65th and 92nd General Hospitals were in Naples from late in 1943 until the end of the war, also the 67th General Hospital for the greater part of that time. The site for the war cemetery was chosen in November 1943 and burials were made in it from the hospitals and garrison. Later graves were brought in from a number of small cemeteries in the immediate vicinity.

Naples War Cemetery contains 1,202 Commonwealth burials of the Second World War. There are also some non war burials and war graves of other nationalities.