The articles below look at the cemeteries where Commonwealth soldiers are either buried or commemorated in Malta. I have also written guides to cemeteries at Gallipoli and how to research soldiers who served in the First World War:
- Guides to the cemeteries of Gallipoli
- Guides to Researching Soldiers who Served in the British Army
- Guides to Researching Soldiers who Served in the Indian Army
I offer a First World War Soldier Research Service.
Commonwealth War Graves Commission Cemeteries on Malta
The Cross of Sacrifice in Pieta Military Cemetery which also contains military graves from the 19th Century. The overwhelming majority of Commonwealth War Grave Commission graves in Malta contain multiple burials as they had to be cut into the bedrock. You’ll also find a lot of private memorials on the island, a handful of which can be seen in the photograph above of Pieta Military Cemetery.
- Addolorata Cemetery
- Malta (Capuccini) Naval Cemetery
- Pembroke Military Cemetery
- Pieta Military Cemetery
- Pieta Military Cemetery Indian Cremation Memorial
- Ta-Braxia Cemetery