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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.  
  
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One of the more special World War I graves the Querrieu British Cemetery. "M. M. Isaacs served as 31011 Gunner C. M. Jackson". A Jewish soldier enlisting under a non-Jewish name.

One of the more special World War I graves the Querrieu British Cemetery. "M. M. Isaacs served as 31011 Gunner C. M. Jackson". A Jewish soldier enlisting under a non-Jewish name.   
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Some of the many World War I graves at the Querrieu British Cemetery.

Some of the many World War I graves at the Querrieu British Cemetery.
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The World War I grave of Lieutenant Colonel C. Bushell (Victory Cross & DSO - killed on the 8th of August 1918) at the Querrieu British Cemetery.

The World War I grave of Lieutenant Colonel C. Bushell (Victory Cross & DSO - killed on the 8th of August 1918) 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 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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The World War I grave of a member of the Chinese Labour Force (killed on the 11th of September 1919) and the World War II grave of Pilot Officer R. W. Burton (killed on the 20th of May 1940) at the Querrieu British Cemetery.

The World War I grave of a member of the Chinese Labour Force (killed on the 11th of September 1919) and the World War II grave of Pilot Officer R. W. Burton (killed on the 20th of May 1940) at the Querrieu British Cemetery.
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