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Commonwealth War Graves Commission, Canadian Agency fonds
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Administrative Records

Series consists of 4 volumes of cemetery lists with the number of dead divided by countries. Includes an index to the printed cemetery and memorial registers, as well as cemetery and memorial register for both World Wars, and a cemetery codes and index for the First World War.

Cemetery Registers

Series consists of cemetery registers with a description of each cemetery containing war graves in different countries and listing the names of the fallen Canadian soldiers. A first group of 59 volumes composed of books and some booklets covers the First World War, while a second group of booklets covers the Second World War. The principal countries covered for the First World War include the United Kingdom, France and Belgium. For the Second World War, the principal countries covered include the United Kingdom, Australia, Belgium, Burma, Egypt, France, Germany, Italy, The Netherlands and South Africa.

Commonwealth War Graves Commission, Canadian Agency fonds

  • CA ON00093 2008/16
  • Fonds
  • 1922-2007

Fonds consists of memorial and cemetery registers for those Canadians killed during the First World War and the Second World War. Includes cemetery lists, country lists, index to registers, First World War registers of Canadian dead buried overseas and one of Canadians buried in Canada, cemetery registers per province (both wars), booklets on memorials and books and booklets containing cemetery and memorial registers. There are five series:

  1. Administrative records:
  2. Records pertaining to Canada
  3. Memorial registers
  4. Cemetery registers
  5. Computer printouts (List of Casualties)

Great Britain. Commonwealth War Graves Commission. Canadian Agency

Memorial Registers

Series consists of memorial registers (MR) including a description of memorials to soldiers without a known grave in different countries and listing their names. A first group of 42 volumes composed of books and some booklets covers the First World War, while a second group of booklets covers the Second World War. The principal countries covered include the United Kingdom, France and Belgium. Also includes registers for memorials in Egypt, Singapore, Burma and India.

Records Relating to Canada

Series consists of four oversized registers of Canadian dead buried overseas during the First World War and one oversized register of Canadian First World War dead buried in Canada. Also includes several booklets with lists of cemeteries and war graves for each province. Finally, there are descriptions of the memorials of Vimy, Halifax, Ottawa and Beaumont-Hamel to the soldiers without graves, including a list of casualties for each. There are duplicate copies.