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Imtarfa Military Cemetery - Malta - European Tourist Guide - euro-t-guide.com
The Imtarfa Military Cemetery on Malta holds the graves of many British soldiers and seamen who have died on and around the island of Malta. The cemetery contains 15 Commonwealth burials of World War I and 238 from World War II. The cemetery also holds 1,203 non war graves, and one Dutch war grave.  Some of the graves are also for family members of soldiers who have served on Malta.
   
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The World War II grave of Private J.D. Chapman (died 17th of August 1943) at the Imtarfa Military Cemetery on Malta.

The World War II grave of Private J.D. Chapman (died 17th of August 1943) at the Imtarfa Military Cemetery on Malta.
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The World War II grave of 2nd Lieutenant G.R.E. Follett (died on the 30th of January 1941) at the Imtarfa Military Cemetery on Malta.

The World War II grave of 2nd Lieutenant G.R.E. Follett (died on the 30th of January 1941) at the Imtarfa Military Cemetery on Malta.
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One of the World War II graves at the Imtarfa Military Cemetery on Malta. All of these soldiers died during 1942.

One of the World War II graves at the Imtarfa Military Cemetery on Malta. All of these soldiers died during 1942.
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Some of the earlier graves at the Imtarfa Military Cemetery on Malta. This Lance Corporal died in 1932.

Some of the earlier graves at the Imtarfa Military Cemetery on Malta. This Lance Corporal died in 1932.
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One of the more special World War II graves at the Imtarfa Military Cemetery on Malta. First Secretary of the Foreign Office Armine Roderick and Captain R. MacDonald Guthrie were killed on the 1st of February 1945 when they were flying to the Crimea (Yalta) Conference - one of the most important meeting between Roosevelt, Churchill and Stalin during the war.

One of the more special World War II graves at the Imtarfa Military Cemetery on Malta. First Secretary of the Foreign Office Armine Roderick and Captain R. MacDonald Guthrie were killed on the 1st of February 1945 when they were flying to the Crimea (Yalta) Conference - one of the most important meeting between Roosevelt, Churchill and Stalin during the war.
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The World War II grave of 2nd Lieutenant H.L. Deacon (died on the 19th of April 1941) at the Imtarfa Military Cemetery on Malta.

The World War II grave of 2nd Lieutenant H.L. Deacon (died on the 19th of April 1941) at the Imtarfa Military Cemetery on Malta.
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