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Remembrance At Commonwealth war Cemetery Chittagong
Published: 18. Oct. 2021 | Monday
Representatives of High Commission of India in Dhaka and Assistant High Commissioner of India, Chattogram paid their solemn tribute to fallen Indian soldiers who fought under the flag of Commonwealth countries in World War-II on 17 Oct 2021 at Chittagong War Cemetery.
The deep-water port of Chittagong (Chattogram) was both an advanced base for operations in Arakan and a considerable hospital centre. The cemetery, originally created for hospital deaths, was enlarged to receive burials from a number of isolated sites and contains 751 war graves, which includes 14 sailors, 545 soldiers and 194 airmen. There are also 04 non-world war graves in the cemetery. The cemetery houses graves of soldiers from UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, East Africa, West Africa, Burma (Myanmar), Netherlands, Japan and Undivided India. 214 graves of personnel from undivided India also include more than 10 graves of personnel who were natives of present day Bangladesh.
These men sacrificed their lives in the fight against the Axis power from 1939 to 1945. On the entrance of the cemetery is the Chittagong Memorial which commemorates by name 6469 sailors of Royal Indian Navy and Merchant Navy who were lost at sea during the Second World War. Press Release