Plymouth was a naval station second only to Portsmouth during the Second World War. Devonport was also an important military station and there was a R.A.F station at Mount Batten, opposite Plymouth. Efford Cemetery in Plymouth contains 338 scattered burials of the First World War. The 109 Second World War burials, including 5 unidentified, are also scattered apart from a small group in a plot set aside for service burials that was actually little used. There are also two non-war service burials within the cemetery and 12 war graves of other nationalities, most of them Greek merchant seamen. Plymouth City Crematorium is situated in the cemetery and 61 servicemen and women of the Second World War whose remains were cremated there are commemorated on a screen wall behind the Cross of Sacrifice.
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