War graves app
The CWGC War Graves App is a great application for anyone planning a trip to our war cemeteries, for those just curious to find war graves near them, or for those who want to remember the 1.7 million Commonwealth servicemen and women who died in the two world wars.
Simple to use, the CWGC War Graves App allows you to search for war graves at more than 23,000 locations, in more than 150 countries and territories and makes it easy to find and visit these places of remembrance.
From the mud of Belgian Flanders, to the scorched deserts of North Africa and the jungles of the Far East, those who died in the two world wars are buried and remembered at CWGC cemeteries and memorials in almost every corner of the globe.
Use the 'Cemeteries Nearby' button or symbol to find war graves within five miles of your current location. The directions function will help you navigate to these places. To find a specific war grave site, use the 'Find a Cemetery' function.
Discover cemeteries and memorials around the world
Discover war graves near you that you never knew existed
Get directions from your location
Download images of cemeteries and memorials
Featured locations detailing extra information
The CWGC War Graves App is available for Android and iOS. Use the buttons below to download your own free copy.
The CWGC Thiepval App is a must for anyone planning a trip to the Somme. Free to download, it reveals the stories of some of the men who fought and died on the Somme during the First World War and makes it easier than ever before to find their names on the Thiepval Memorial. Simple to use, the app allows you to search for soldiers who are commemorated on the memorial and will help you navigate to where their name is engraved.
ADDITIONAL FEATURES INCLUDE:
Remembered on this day - read one of 900 personal stories
Timeline of casualties by year, month, and day
'Did You Know' - interesting facts and figures
The CWGC Thiepval App is available on iOS. Use the button below to download your own free copy.
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