Lodge Hill Cemetery in Birmingham contains 498 First World War burials, most of them in a war graves plot. The names of those buried in the plot, or in graves elsewhere in the cemetery which could not be individually marked, are inscribed on a Screen Wall. Second World War burials number 125, most of them scattered throughout the cemetery, although there is also a small plot. Birmingham Municipal Crematorium stands within the cemetery. In the chapel, there is a bronze plaque commemorating 48 servicemen of the Second World War whose remains were cremated there. Almost all casualties were died wounded from the military hospitals in Birmingham.
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