British Cemetery on U.S. Soil
Buxton, North Carolina
This is smaller and less fancy than British Cemetery #1 on nearby Ocracoke Island, but you don't need a ferry to get to this cemetery.
In April 1942, a British tanker carrying airplane fuel off of Cape Hatteras took seven torpedoes from a lurking German U-boat. Nearly half of the crew drowned, and two of them later washed up on the beach. They were buried here, in a mini-cemetery fenced off from what had been a larger burial ground. Although both this boneyard and the one in Ocracoke are in North Carolina, they're technically British territory.
Every year, on the Thursday and Friday closest to May 11th (the day that ship carrying the Ocracoke's victims was sunk), a ceremony is held at both cemeteries, attended by representatives from Britain and, sometimes, Germany.