Belgium - Hotton War Cemetery - 4

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The Hotton War Cemetery is one of many smaller and larger Commonwealth war cemeteries in Belgium.
The cemetery contains 666 graves - most of these soldiers were killed during the last autumn and winter of World War II, but a few of the graves are from the German invasion of Belgium in 1940.
 
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A Polish war grave at the Hotton War Cemetery in Hotton.

A Polish war grave at the Hotton War Cemetery in Hotton.
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The grave of Lieutenant W. S. P. Fraser, DCM at the Hotton War Cemetery in Hotton.

The grave of Lieutenant W. S. P. Fraser, DCM at the Hotton War Cemetery in Hotton.
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Some of the early 1944 (before D-day) graves at the Hotton War Cemetery in Hotton.

Some of the early 1944 (before D-day) graves at the Hotton War Cemetery in Hotton.
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Some of the 1945 graves at the Hotton War Cemetery in Hotton.

Some of the 1945 graves at the Hotton War Cemetery in Hotton.
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The graves of Driver H. E. D. "Bunny" Lennard and Lieutenant H. David MC Kibbin at the Hotton War Cemetery in Hotton.

The graves of Driver H. E. D. "Bunny" Lennard and Lieutenant H. David Mc Kibbin at the Hotton War Cemetery in Hotton.
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The entrance and the cross at the Hotton War Cemetery in Hotton.

The entrance and the cross at the Hotton War Cemetery in Hotton.
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