Near Achnacarry Castle in Scotland lays the Commando memorial dedicated to the men of the original British Commando Forces during WW II unveiled in 1952 by the Queen Mother. The nearby Garden of Remembrance, which was added in 2007, is used by many surviving WW II Commandos as the designated final resting place for their ashes. It has also been used as a place where families have scattered ashes and erected tributes to loved ones who belonged to contemporary Commando units and who have died in more recent conflicts. (Text from wikipedia you can read here ).
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