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There are now over 400, 1914-18 war casualties commemorated in this site. Of these, over a third are unidentified and special memorials are erected to 53 soldiers (or sailors or Marines) from the United Kingdom and eight from Newfoundland, known or...more
..... which regrettably is one of many in the whole area - beautifully maintained.
This one is to be found adjacent to the Newfoundland war memorial and associated area and within a stone's throw of the 'Y' ravine area.
All very sad.
Take in this cemetery as part of a visit to the whole area. It's very well laid out and maintained, as you might expect, and there is a handy register if you're looking for a particular person. There are a couple of information boards explaining...More
Yet another intensely moving cemetery, containing the graves of 366 men who gave their lives attacking impregnable German machine gun positions in WW1. This is at the bottom of the Newfoundland Memorial Park and one of four cemeteries within the park. So serene and peaceful,...More