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The Hamburg War Cemetery is located at the huge Hamburg Ohlsdorf Cemetery (Friedhof Ohlsdorf) cemetery in the northern part of Hamburg. At this cemetery there is a large section of Commonwealth war graves from both World War I, World War II and the period after World War II. Another part of the cemetery holds the graves of German soldiers and civilians that died during the World Wars. All in all there 2,476 Commonwealth war graves at this cemetery.       
 
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The post World War II grave of Able Seaman H. Wilcock (died on the 26th of September 1945) at the Hamburg War Cemetery.

The post World War II grave of Able Seaman H. Wilcock (died on the 26th of September 1945) at the Hamburg War Cemetery.
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Some of the many World War I graves at the Hamburg War Cemetery.

Some of the many World War I graves at the Hamburg War Cemetery.
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The World War II grave of Lieutenant H. J. Oldham (died on the 30th of April 1945) at the Hamburg War Cemetery.

The World War II grave of Lieutenant H. J. Oldham (died on the 30th of April 1945) at the Hamburg War Cemetery.
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The World War I grave of Second Lieutenant J. C. Collinge (died on the 25th of October 1917) at the Hamburg War Cemetery.

The World War I grave of Second Lieutenant J. C. Collinge (died on the 25th of October 1917) at the Hamburg War Cemetery.
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A World War I grave at the Hamburg War Cemetery that honours the "Twenty-fire sailors of the Royal Navy from the crew of H.M. Submarine E24 sunk by a mine off Helgoland 25th of March 1916".

A World War I grave at the Hamburg War Cemetery that honours the "Twenty-fire sailors of the Royal Navy from the crew of H.M. Submarine E24 sunk by a mine off Helgoland 25th of March 1916".
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The graves of a World War II Royal Air Force crew at the Hamburg War Cemetery. The crew was shot down on the 28th of July 1942.

The graves of a World War II Royal Air Force crew at the Hamburg War Cemetery. The crew was shot down on the 28th of July 1942.
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