Hamilton Road Cemetery is a combined municipal and military burial ground situated in the coastal town of Deal, Kent, in South East England. Opened in May 1856, it was created to provide a new burial ground for Deal at a time when its general population was expanding and when previous, often ad hoc facilities for dealing with deaths in the area no longer sufficed.
The cemetery's civilian burials are managed by Dover Council, and its military burials by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission. It contains a Cross of Sacrifice of some significance and the burials of military service personnel from Great Britain, Belgium, Canada, and, very unusually, Nazi Germany, many of whom took part in some of the most famous incidents in World War I and World War II, including the Gallipoli Campaign, the Battle of the Somme, the 1918 Zeebrugge Raid, the Battle of Dunkirk, the Battle of the Denmark Strait and the sinking of HMS Hood, as well as the Battle of Britain, as well as more modern tragedies such as the Deal barracks bombing in September 1989.
It also contains sixty-six local civilian war dead from World War II killed by German bombing and shelling between 1940 and 1945, one hundred and twenty seven military burials from World War I (including three unnamed Naval ratings), and fifty four from World War II. There is a small mortuary chapel associated with it, but no dedicated church as such.