TOTAL 64 commemorations in 16 cemeteries
The cut off dates of death for war graves is :
WWI – 31st August 1921
WWII – 31st December 1947
Anything after these dates should be veterans graves and not photographed.
Please check in with the project representative before heading out to do any photography. He will know which ones have been done so far and may save you a trip.
Red locations are done.
Blue locations are assigned and awaiting completion.
Athens Memorial – 6 NCU – Ralph McLean
Dedeagatch British Cemetery 1 NCU Ralph McLean
Dorian Memorial 6 NCU Ralph McLean & Ian McQuigg
Dorian Military Cemetery – 2 NCU Ralph McLean & Ian McQuigg
East Mudros Military Cemetery 4 + 1 NCU Ralph McLean
Karasouli Military Cemetery 2 NCU Ralph McLean & Ian McQuigg
Lahana Military Cemetery 1 NCU Ralph McLean & Ian McQuigg
Leros Military Cemetery 2 Ralph McLean
Mikra British Cemetery, Kalamaria 8 NCU Ralph McLean
Phaleron War Cemetery 9 + 4 NCU Ralph McLean
Portianos Military Cemetery 5 Ralph McLean
Salonika (Lembet Road) Military Cemetery 3 Ralph McLean & Ian McQuigg
Sarigol Military Cemetery 2 NCU Ralph McLean & Ian McQuigg
Struma Military Cemetery 1 NCU Ralph McLean & Ian McQuigg
Suda Bay War Cemetery (Crete) 5 + 1 NCU Roger Lightfoot & Ralph McLean
Skopje Macedonia 1 NCU Ian McQuigg
** Please keep an eye out for graves of Newfoundlanders. As Newfoundland was not part of Canada until 1949, some of them may not be included in these numbers