Are there remains in the tomb of the unknown soldier?
No - many countries have a 'tomb of the unknown soldier'. It's simply a memorial where anyone can go to pay their respects to a fallen service person - regardless of their rank. Many soldiers killed on the field of battle were never brought back to the country of their birth. The tomb of the unknown soldier provides a place where families can pay their respects to their dead relative.
...No one knows who he was. That is the reason for the name it is the tomb of the unknown soldier. It is where unidentified remains could be remembered, if they could identify who the people were they wouldn't be in the tomb of the unknown soldier instead they would be buried with a headstone that bore their name.
The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier literally recognizes and honors unidentified veterans. In war (especially many years ago), sometimes the combatants cannot be identified. These people are commemorated at national monuments that are often known as the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. There are several of these tombs throughout the world. In the United States there are three: • The Tomb of Unknowns in Arlington, Virginia • The Tomb of the Unknown Revolutionary War Soldier…
Many casualties of battle are unidentifiable. The Unknown Soldier represents them and the spirit of their sacrifice. No known casualty could be chosen over another, and their remains are returned to their families. The family may agree to a government request that the body be interred in a military cemetary
Tomb of the Unknowns, Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, VirginiaTomb of the Unknown Revolutionary War Soldier,Washington Square in PhiladelphiaCivil War Unknowns Monument, Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, VirginiaTomb of the Unknown Confederate Soldier at Beauvoir in Biloxi, Mississippi