France - Warlencourt British Cemetery

Warlencourt British Cemetery - Amiens - France - World War I - European Tourist Guide - euro-t-guide.com

The Warlencourt British Cemetery is one of the larger World War I war graves in this area. It was created in 1919, and was made by concentrating graves from smaller cemeteries. Newly recovered bodies from the battlefields in the area was also added. There are 3,505 Commonwealth graves at the cemetery. 1,823 of these are unidentified. 
 
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Some of the many graves at Warlencourt British Cemetery.

Some of the many graves at Warlencourt British Cemetery.
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Typical headstones at Warlencourt British Cemetery.

Typical headstones at Warlencourt British Cemetery.
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One of the few French graves at Warlencourt British Cemetery.

One of the few French graves at Warlencourt British Cemetery.
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Warlencourt British Cemetery - designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens.

Warlencourt British Cemetery - designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens.
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One of the many "unknown soldier" graves at Warlencourt British Cemetery

One of the many "unknown soldier" graves at Warlencourt British Cemetery
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A view over the wall into Warlencourt British Cemetery.

A view over the wall into Warlencourt British Cemetery.
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