City of Belgrade (Grad Beograd) Serbia
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The Belgrade War Cemetery is in Uliga Baju Sekulica, in the city's Fifth Region, and is on the edge of the New Yugoslav Cemetery (Novo Groblije). It was created to receive the remains of British and Commonwealth casualties brought in from more than sixty small burial grounds and from isolated sites all over the former Yugoslavia. The largest number from any one place came from Milna Military Cemetery and the Royal Naval and Harbour Cemeteries on the island of Vis (Lissa) which was a Royal Navy base. The burials in the War Cemetery include escaped prisoners of war from Italy and Greece. Civilians buried here include a mining technician, a teacher of English, a newpaper correspondent, a member of the Embassy staff and the child of another member of Embassy staff. They were buried or re-buried in the cemetery by permission of the Army Graves Service.