I’ve been looking at the case of HMS Minster, which sank on 8 June 1944 near Utah beach after hitting a mine. 58 men were lost, ie most of the ship’s company. 10 have known graves; the other 48 do not, and their names are recorded on the three naval memorials in the UK. I’m wondering what happened to the bodies of the 48. Were they left in the wreck (if so, I haven’t noticed the wreck being called a war grave)? Or were they retrieved and given an appropriate burial at sea (if so, I haven’t noticed any mention of such a ceremony)?