CROSSEN PRISONERS OF WAR CEMETERY 3 kilometres East of Crossen on the river Oder in the Province of Brandenburg contained the graves of 66 sailors and soldiers from the United Kingdom one from Australia and one from South Africa all of whom died in 1918. DOBERITZ PRISONERS OF WAR CEMETERY about 19 kilometres West of Berlin in the Province of Brandenburg contained the graves of 38 sailors and soldiers from the United Kingdom who died in 1914-1918. H A SEN H E ID E GARRISON C E METER Yon the South side o f the city of Berlin contained the graves of 369 Russian 125 French and 58 Belgian, American Italian Rumanian Portuguese or Serbian soldiers 63 sailors soldiers and Marines from the United Kingdom and one Indian soldier. H E IL BERGS PRISONERS O F W ARC E METER Yin Ostpreussen (East Prussia) contained the graves of 50 soldiers and one Marine from the United Kingdom who died in 1917 and 1918. Only twelve were brought to Stahnsdorf the remainder are still buried at Heilsberg. KLEIN WITTENBERG OLD CEMETERY 3 kilometres West of Wittenberg in the Prussian province of Saxony contained the graves of 23 soldiers one Marine and eight civilians from the United Kingdom and one soldier from India all of whom died in 1915 the NEW (or PRISONERS OF WAR) CEMETERY those of 71 soldiers and three civilians from the United Kingdom two soldiers from Canada and one from Australia, who died in 19151917 and 1918 and WITTENBERG OLD SMALL CEMETERY those of two soldiers from the United Kingdom who died in 1914 and 1915. The first and third of these cemeteries are associated with the outbreak of typhus at the Wittenberg camp in December 1914. LAMS ROD F PRISONERS O F W ARC E METER Yin Schlesien (Silesia), contained the graves of 81 soldiers from the United Kingdom one from Australia and one from New Zealand who died in 1917-1919. (It was used for French burials in 1870-71). MAGDEBURG MILITARY CEMETERY in Prussian Saxony contained the graves of 24 soldiers and one Marine from the United Kingdom who died in 1915-1918. MERSEBURG TOWN CEMETERY in Prussian Saxony contained the graves of 12 soldiers from the United Kingdom who died in 1914-1917 and the PRISONERS OF WAR CEMETERY those of 33 soldiers from the United Kingdom who died in 1917-1918. OPPELN TOWN CEMETERY in Upper Silesia contained the graves of 41 soldiers from the United Kingdom who died in 1921-22. They belonged to the British force stationed in Upper Silesia during the Plebiscite. Thirty of them who died after the legal termination of the war are still buried at Oppeln.
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