War Memorials & Cemeteries

1,531 servicemen were lost with HM Ships Glorious, Acasta and Ardent.

Each record in the Casualty List identifies where they are remembered, or in a few cases are buried.

Almost all of the servicemen lost with the 3 ships have a memorial or monument where they are remembered.

There is one exception, Giovanni Brincat, a Maltese steward who was lost with Glorious, but was not officially on the crew list. He is remembered by our Association.

In many cases the men are remembered on war memorials in their home towns as well.

Lee-on-Solent Naval Memorial

This Memorial will be found on the main sea front, sited on Marine Parade West, approximately half a mile west of the town centre

Lowestoft Naval Memorial

The Naval Memorial is located to the north of the town alongside the A12 Yarmouth Road, approximately one mile north of the harbour

Narvik New Cemetery

Narvik is a major port on the north west coast of Norway.

Oslo Western Cemetery

There are no Commonwealth war cemeteries in Norway, those who died there being buried in civil cemeteries and churchyards

Torshavn Cemetery

Torshavn is the capital of the Faroe Islands and lies in the centre of the group near the southern end of the largest island, Stromo

Tromso Cemetery

Tromso, a seaport and cathedral town on the northern coast of Norway, is some distance north of Narvik, from where it can be reached by road and sea