The Cross o f Sacrifice is placed on the original large “pill-box” .There are four other “pill-boxes ”in the cemetery. The Eastern plots are outlaid in the form of a fan with paths radiating to the Cross and a high flint wall five hundred feet long follows their outline on the Eastern edge o f the cemetery. This wall carries the names o f nearly 35000 soldiers from the United Kingdom and New Zealand who fell in the Ypres Salient in 1917-18 and whose graves are not known. The Register of the cemetery records particulars of 11871 War Graves. The following were among the burial grounds from which British graves were moved into Tyne Cot Cemetery: IB E R IAN SOUTH CEMETERY and IBERIAN TRENCH CEMETERY ,LANG E MARC K 1200 yards North o f Frezenberg close to a farm called by the Army “Iberian ”.These contained the graves of 30 soldiers from the United Kingdom who fell in August— September 1917 and March 1918. KINK CORNER CEMETERY ZO N NEB E K Eon the road to Frezenberg, containing the graves of 14 soldiers from the United Kingdom nine from Canada and nine from Australia who fell in September— November 1917. L E V I COT T AGE CEMETERY ZO N NEB EKE near the road to Lange- marck containing the graves often soldiers from the United Kingdom eight from Canada and three from Australia who fell in September— November 1917. O O S T N IE U W K E R K E MANGER C E METER Yin the village of Oostnieuwkerke containing the graves of two soldiers from the United Kingdom. P RAE T -BOSCH MANGER CEMETERY V LADS LOO in the forest on the road from Kortewilde to Leke. Here were buried six officers of the R .F.C. and R.A .F. who fell in 1917-18. S T ADEN MANGER C E METER Yon the South-East side o f the road to Stadenberg containing the graves of 14 soldiers from the United Kingdom and ten from Canada who fell in 19:5-1917. WATER LOO FARM CEMETERY P A SSC H END A E L E 650 yards North-East o fs Gravenstafel containing the graves often soldiers from Canada seven from the United Kingdom and two from New Zealand who fell in 1917-18. Z O N NEB EKE BRITISH CEMETERY No. 2 on the road between Zonnebeke and Broodseinde in which the Germans buried 18 omen f the 2nd Buffs and 20 of the 3rd Royal Fusiliers who fell in April 1915. The Register of this Memorial has been published separately.
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