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Name Birth Date Death Date Photo Cemetery
Qaim October 7 1916 Basra Memorial (Al Basrah, Iraq)
Qaim May 5 1920 Basra Memorial (Al Basrah, Iraq)
Qaim October 16 1917 Basra Memorial (Al Basrah, Iraq)
Qaim July 17 1918 Basra Memorial (Al Basrah, Iraq)
Qaim November 28 1917 Basra Memorial (Al Basrah, Iraq)
Din Qaim August 27 1919 Basra Memorial (Al Basrah, Iraq)
Din Qaim May 5 1918 Basra Memorial (Al Basrah, Iraq)
Din Qaim June 10 1915 Basra Memorial (Al Basrah, Iraq)
Din Qaim August 1 1915 Basra Memorial (Al Basrah, Iraq)
Din Qaim October 10 1917 Basra Memorial (Al Basrah, Iraq)
Din Qaim August 4 1914 Basra Memorial (Al Basrah, Iraq)
Din Qaim October 30 1916 Basra Memorial (Al Basrah, Iraq)
Din Qaim November 5 1919 Basra Memorial (Al Basrah, Iraq)
Din Qaim May 31 1917 Basra Memorial (Al Basrah, Iraq)
Din Qaim August 14 1919 Basra Memorial (Al Basrah, Iraq)
Din Qaim February 10 1916 Basra Memorial (Al Basrah, Iraq)
Din Qaim June 12 1916 Basra Memorial (Al Basrah, Iraq)
Din Qaim January 17 1918 Basra Memorial (Al Basrah, Iraq)
Din Qaim July 16 1916 Basra Memorial (Al Basrah, Iraq)
Khan Qaim September 10 1917 Basra Memorial (Al Basrah, Iraq)
Khan Qaim March 25 1917 Basra Memorial (Al Basrah, Iraq)
Khan Qaim February 24 1917 Basra Memorial (Al Basrah, Iraq)
Khan Qaim January 13 1916 Basra Memorial (Al Basrah, Iraq)
Khan Qaim September 5 1916 Basra Memorial (Al Basrah, Iraq)
Khan Qaim June 14 1916 Basra Memorial (Al Basrah, Iraq)
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