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The Querrieu British Cemetery is one of the many smaller and medium size Commonwealth war cemeteries in the Amiens/Albert area. The cemetery contains 187 Commonwealth burials of World War I and the grave of one World War II airman. 12 German are also buried at this cemetery. The cemetery is located just a few kilometres east of Amiens.  
  
Querrieu - Amiens

A name tag at the wall of the Querrieu British Cemetery.

A name tag at the wall of the Querrieu British Cemetery.
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The World War I grave of Second Lieutenant H. Marshall (killed 1st of August 1918) at the Querrieu British Cemetery.

The World War I grave of Second Lieutenant H. Marshall (killed 1st of August 1918) at the Querrieu British Cemetery.
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The World War I grave of Lieutenant Harold Johnston Browne (Royal Air Forice - killed 3rd of May 1918) at the Querrieu British Cemetery.

The World War I grave of Lieutenant Harold Johnston Browne (Royal Air Forice - killed 3rd of May 1918) at the Querrieu British Cemetery.
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Some of the German World War I graves at the Querrieu British Cemetery.

Some of the German World War I graves at the Querrieu British Cemetery.
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Some of the Australian World War I graves at the Querrieu British Cemetery.

Some of the Australian World War I graves at the Querrieu British Cemetery.
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Some of the many World War I graves at the Querrieu British Cemetery. In the background the Cross of Sacrifice.

Some of the many World War I graves at the Querrieu British Cemetery. In the background the Cross of Sacrifice.
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