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There are now 1,268 Commonwealth servicemen of the First World War buried or commemorated in the cemetery. Half of the burials are unidentified, but special memorials commemorate two casualties believed to be buried among them and five buried in...more
Just beside the road near thiepval wood. Tour guide from Ulster tower told us more bodies still being found( 3 I think when the road outside the centenary was being repaired). New graves still being put in. Like mill road a peaceful but sobering place.
Carefully laid out, utter peace, total beauty of the roses and other flowers that flourish around the standard size gravestones. I found the stone of a relative of a friend which made it more special. This cemetery is immaculate.
Set in the shadow of Thiepval Wood this beautiful cemetery lies facing the German lines of the Schwaben Redoubt. The site of the famous Ulster Division attack on 1 July 1916. The cemetery contains the graves of over 1300 WW1 soldiers many of whom are...More