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While Arlington National Cemetery Is Essentially An American
Burial Ground, There Are A Number Of Foreign Nationals Buried There.
Click On The Names Below For More Information About These Individuals.


Ali Hussam Abass Alrubaeye. Captain, Iraqi Air Force, Killed In Operation Iraqi Freedom
Luigi Bartolucci-Dundas, Italian Assistant Naval Attache'
Mario Batista - Italian Prisoner Of War
Dirk Van Beusekom, Lieutenant Commander, Royal Netherlands Navy- DIed In American Waters in 1943
George Henry Borrow - Captain, British Army
Roy Albert Arthur Cannon, Flying Officer, Royal Air Force, Great Britain - Killed With American Aircrew
Thomas John Donald Cook, Flight Lieutenant, Royal Air Force, Great Britain - Killed With American Aircrew
Monica P. Daventry - British Women's Air Force
Bernardus Pieter de Wit, Lieutenant, Royal Netherlands Marines
Sir John Greer Dill - British Field Marshal
Stewart Emeny - British War Correspondent
A. S. Faber, Lieutenant Commander, Royal Netherlands Navy
Walter Frederick Fitch, Captain, British Army
Claude Gravereaux, Lieutenant, French Army
Anton Hilberath - German Prisoner Of War
Basil B. W. Howe, Squadron Leader, Royal Air Force
Charles Henry Lyell, Major, British Army
Angus Alexander Mackintosh, Captain, Royal Horse Guards, United Kingdom
Harry James Maxted, Wing Commander, Royal Air Force
Francis D. Milne - Pilot Officer, Royal Australian Air Force, Killed With U. S. Aircrew In World War II
Alexander Reid Moir, Major, British Army, British Air Commission
Victor Potgieter, Lieutenant, South African Army
James Schofield, Royal Marine Light Infantry - H. M. Yacht Warrior - World War I
Dirk Van Beusekom, Lieutenant Commander, Royal Netherlands Navy

Ruth Patricia Watson - British Women's Air Force
Robert J. Watt, Private, Canadian Army - American Labor Leader
Orde Charles Wingate - British General
Arcangelo Prudenza - Italian Prisoner of War

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Updated: 7 February 2008