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The Chambrecy British Cemetery is located just east the small village of Chambrecy on the RD980 road . The cemetery - that today has more than 400 graves - was made after the Armistice, by the concentration of graves from the surrounding battlefields and from Courlandon French Military Hospital Cemetery. Almost half of the graves are unknown.
 
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Two of the many "unknown" World War I graves at the Chambrecy British Cemetery. One of the soldiers were in the Machine Gun Corps.

Two of the many "unknown" World War I graves at the Chambrecy British Cemetery. One of the soldiers were in the Machine Gun Corps.
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Some of the many World War I graves at the Chambrecy British Cemetery seen from the cemetery towards the road. The Cross of Sacrifice is just inside the entrance.

Some of the many World War I graves at the Chambrecy British Cemetery seen from the cemetery towards the road. The Cross of Sacrifice is just inside the entrance.
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Two of the many "unknown" World War I graves at the Chambrecy British Cemetery.

Two of the many "unknown" World War I graves at the Chambrecy British Cemetery.
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Some of the many World War I graves at the Chambrecy British Cemetery.

Some of the many World War I graves at the Chambrecy British Cemetery.
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The World War I graves of Captain N. Muller (killed on the 28th of July 1918) and "A Soldier of the Great War" at the Chambrecy British Cemetery.

The World War I graves of Captain N. Muller (killed on the 28th of July 1918) and "A Soldier of the Great War" at the Chambrecy British Cemetery.
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The Chambrecy British Cemetery.

The Chambrecy British Cemetery.
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