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Daours Communal Cemetery Extension - Amiens - France - World War I - Memorial - European Tourist Guide - euro-t-guide.com

The Daours Communal Cemetery Extension is one of the many smaller and medium size Commonwealth war cemeteries in the Amiens/Albert area. The cemetery contains 1.231 Commonwealth graves from World War I - and is located just a few kilometres east of Amiens. The cemetery include a few graves of workers/soldiers from China.  
  
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Some of the many World War I graves at the Daours Communal Cemetery Extension.

Some of the many World War I graves at the Daours Communal Cemetery Extension.
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The World War I grave of Lieutenant Colonel Edward T. Saint (DSO - killed 29th of August 1918) at the Daours Communal Cemetery Extension.

The World War I grave of Lieutenant Colonel Edward T. Saint (DSO - killed 29th of August 1918) at the Daours Communal Cemetery Extension.
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Some of the many World War I graves at the Daours Communal Cemetery Extension.

Some of the many World War I graves at the Daours Communal Cemetery Extension.
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Some of the many World War I graves at the Daours Communal Cemetery Extension.

Some of the many World War I graves at the Daours Communal Cemetery Extension.
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The World War I graves of Private John Clapp and Lance Corporal D. M. Cameron (both killed 28th of August 1918) at the Daours Communal Cemetery Extension.

The World War I graves of Private John Clapp and Lance Corporal D. M. Cameron (both killed 28th of August 1918) at the Daours Communal Cemetery Extension.
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The entrance to the Daours Communal Cemetery Extension.

The entrance to the Daours Communal Cemetery Extension.
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