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Casertas War Cemetery - Italy - World War II - European Tourist Guide - euro-t-guide.com
The Caserta War Cemetery is located at the edge of the civilian cemetery in Ceserta - in the hills overlooking Caserta. The war cemetery contains 768 Commonwealth burials of the Second World War. These are a mix of Army soldiers, Royal Navy seaman, merchant seamen and RAF pilots/crews. Theses soldiers came from all over the Commonwealth.     

   

Caserta - Napoli

One of the few World War II "A Soldier of the 1939-1945 War" graves at the Caserta War Cemetery.

One of the few World War II "A Soldier of the 1939-1945 War" graves at the Caserta War Cemetery.
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The World War II grave of Lieutenant A. G. Waldron (died on the 9th of June 1944) at the Caserta War Cemetery.

The World War II grave of Lieutenant A. G. Waldron (died on the 9th of June 1944) at the Caserta War Cemetery.
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This memorial sign can be found at the entrance to the Caserta War Cemetery.

This memorial sign can be found at the entrance to the Caserta War Cemetery.
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The World War II grave of Lieutenant Corporal E. W. Palfrey (died on the 4th of August 1942) at the Caserta War Cemetery.

The World War II grave of Lieutenant Corporal E. W. Palfrey (died on the 4th of August 1942) at the Caserta War Cemetery.
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The Cross of Sacrifice at the Caserta War Cemetery.

The Cross of Sacrifice at the Caserta War Cemetery.
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The World War II grave of Major J. P. L. Henderson (MC - died on the 16th of January 1944) at the Caserta War Cemetery.

The World War II grave of Major J. P. L. Henderson (MC - died on the 16th of January 1944) at the Caserta War Cemetery.
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