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“... lots graves and stones i suspect many have been cleared so there are large areas with just trees,but what beautiful trees,there are also mausoleums standing alone like little houses,some are just bricked up wi...”
“The Necropolis bought vast tracks of land during WW1 and created the Cemetery to bury the soldiers.”
“The entirety of this cemetery is incredibly moving, and the diversity of those buried here speak volumes about war and sacrifice.”
“Around 2000 US Servicemen died in the UK during WW1, the majority sadly due to the 1918 flu pandemic (Spanish Flu) - this can be evidenced by the fact majority of the 468 dead buried here are from late 1918.”
“Such a peaceful spot amongst the rhododendrons, always brings me to tears reading the comments in the Book of Remembrance and seeing the names of overseas visitors.”
“But there is a road access that you can take, with disabled parking The memorial was designed and is managed by the CommonwealthWar Graves Commission and follows their simple but moving lines The views from the c...”