Memorial Register, Germany 1, The War Graves of The British Empire, Cologne Southern Cemetery, Germany Part One A-L

Of the 183 cemeteries from which British graves were brought to Cologne, the following should be mentioned :—AACHEN MILITARY CEMETERY (called also the Bismarckturm Cemetery) in a forest near Aachen (or Aix-la-Chapelle). It contained the graves of 189 sailors soldiers Marines and airmen from the United Kingdom three soldiers from Canada two from Australia one from Newfoundland one from India and one of the Royal Guernsey Light Infantry who died in 1914-1919. NOB N(P OPP ELSD O RF) CEMETERY which contained the graves of 132 soldiers and airmen and one civilian from the United Kingdom and one New Zealand soldier all of whom died in 1919. The 47th General Hospital and the 21st Casualty Clearing Station were posted at Bonn. BUD ERICH (FORT B L U C HER )PRISONERS O F W ARC E METER Y,on the left bank of the Rhine between Wesel and Biiderich. Here were buried 39 soldiers from the United Kingdom who died in 1914-1919. COBLENZ (KARTHAUSE) FRENCH MILITARY CEMETERY con­taining the graves of 56 soldiers and one Marine from the United Kingdom one soldier from Canada and one from Australia who died in 1915-1918. Coblenz was occupied by United States troops in December 1918. DORTMUND SOUTH-WESTERN CEMETERY containing the graves of 41 soldiers from the United Kingdom three from Canada and one from New Zealand who died in 1914-1918 .DU IS BURG TOWN C E METER Yin which were buried 34 soldiers and Marines from the United Kingdom: and one Canadian soldier who died in 1914-1919 .DU L MEN PRISONERS O F W ARC E METER Yin Westphalia containing the graves of 87 sailors and soldiers from the United Kingdom eight from Australia and one from Newfoundland who died in 1915-1918 .DU R E N NEW TOWN CEMETERY (between Cologne and Aachen), containing the graves of 77 soldiers and airmen from the United Kingdom, one soldier from Canada and one from New Zealand almost all of whom died in 1919. The nth Stationary Hospital and the 17th Casualty Clearing Station were posted at Diiren. DUSSELDORF NORTH CEMETERY containing the graves of 20 soldiers from the United Kingdom two from Canada one from Australia one from New Zealand and one from South Africa who died in 1915-1918.
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