Etaples Military Cemetery is a Commonwealth War Graves Commission cemetery in Etaples, near Boulogne on the north-west coast of France. The cemetery holds over 11,500 dead from both World War I and World War II. Etaples was the scene of much Allied activity during World War I due to its safety from attack by enemy land forces and the existence of railway connections with both the northern and southern battlefields.
The town was home to 16 hospitals and a convalescent depot, in addition to a number of reinforcement camps for Commonwealth soldiers and general barracks for the French Army. Of more than 11,500 soldiers interred in Etaples Military Cemetery, over 10,000 of these men were casualties of World War I who died in Etaples or the surrounding area.