Across every continent except Antarctica, from jungle to desert; from isolated islands to hundreds of miles inside the Arctic Circle; the work of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission literally takes us to the four corners of the world. Come on a journey with us to those hard to reach places and lesser known spaces, and see the lengths that CWGC staff still go to, more than a century since our task began, to remember the war dead.


Gardens of the death railway
Thanbyuzayat War Cemetery
A 'family' reunion
Christiansborg War Cemetery
Twenty years in the making
Ambon War Cemetery
Race against the sunset
Ascension Island
Friends in remote places
Baro Cemetery
Back from destruction
Zehrensdorf Indian Cemetery
The country with two climates
Keren War Cemetery
Keep your ear to the ground
Beirut War Cemetery
The graves hidden in a garden
Tbilisi British Cemetery
The problem of uninvited guests
Kariokor War Cemetery
Recovering from the storm
Yokohama War Cemetery
Our one man in Ireland
Colmcille's Graveyard
A memorial like no other
Giza Eye Hospital
The danger of wild boar
Kranji War Cemetery
Constant repair and care
Ramleh War Cemetery
Restoring 'the iron men'
The Askari Memorials
Gardening in the crosshairs
Wayne's Keep
An oasis of calm
Gaza War Cemetery
Cautious return to Iraq
Basra Memorial
Six years of solitude
Kantara War Cemetery
All on their own
Neidpath Cemetery
UK's 'most remote' grave
Ben More Assynt
Crouching tiger, hidden names
Port Tewfik Memorial
Civil war to civil engineering
King Tom War Cemetery