Memorials are to remind us – via their listed/engraved names – of those men and women who, for whatever reasons, have no-known-graves. They come in many different shapes and sizes – see images below – and 45% of all WW1 and WW2 casualties have no-known-graves. Over 65% of all requests received by me are for such images – please photograph our War Memorials!
Thank You.

8 names – Royal Flying Corps – erected by their enemy The Turks – CWGC Beersheba War Cemetery, Israel

1000+ names – The Cremation Memorial – CWGC Taukkyan War Cemetery, Myanmar (Burma)

44 names – WW1 British, Irish, Canadian Regts. – Foreigners’ Cemetery, Yokohama, Japan

1 name – Memorial tablet to lost grave of N.M. Scott (RAMC) – CWGC Gauhati War Cemetery, India

386 names (missing in action) – Commonwealth Memorial – UNMCK, Republic Of Korea

Cross Of 35mm – Camp Bastion, Helmand Province, Afghanistan

868+ names – The Imphal Cremation Memorial – CWGC Imphal Indian Army War Cemetery, India

917 unknowns and 34 panels of names – Indian and Egyptian WW1 Memorial – CWGC Ramlah War Cemetery, Israel

780+ names – The Gull Force Memorial – CWGC Ambon War Cemetery, Indonesia

Unknown number of names – To those Chinese who died whilst assisting Allies during WW1 and WW2 – Hong Kong, China

Memorial in former tennis courts – CWGC Kohima War Cemetery, India

Japanese War Memorial – East New Britain Province, Papua New Guinea

3300+ names – Jerusalem Memorial – CWGC Jerusalem War Cemetery, Israel

2 names – Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan – Lae, Papua New Guinea (note: a ‘personal’ tribute)

81+ names – Russian Cruiser ZHEMCHUG – Penang, Malaysia

27,000+ names – The Rangoon Memorial – CWGC Taukkyan War Cemetery, Myanmar (Burma)

28 names – USAAF 27th Air Depot Group – Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea

41000+ names – Wall Of Remembrance – UNMCK, Republic Of Korea

19 names – Yokohama Memorial – CWGC Yokohama War Cemetery, Japan

Cambodian War Memorial (1970-75) – Listing names of 37 Reporters – Phnom Penh, Cambodia