The Thiepval Memorial is the largest British War Memorial in the world, containing the names of over 72,000 British and South African men who died in the Somme and have no known grave. A small cemetery sitting at the feet of the Memorial contains equal numbers of Commonwealth and French burials, recognising the joint nature of the offensive. The visitors centre located nearby, has an exhibition made up of pictures and films about the war, focusing on The Somme and Thiepval.