TH ELAND SIN FRANCE OCCUPIED AS COMMON WEALTH WAR CEMETERIES OR GRAVES WERE GEN ER O U SLY PROVIDED BY THE FRENCH GOVERNMENT UNDER THE TERMS O F A WAR GRAVES AGREEMENT SIGNED A T PARIS ON 31st OCTOBER 1951 BETWEEN THE GOVERNMENTS O F THE UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND CANADA AUSTRALIA NEW ZEALAND THE UNION O F SOUTH AFRICA INDIA AND PAKISTAN AND THE GOVERNMENT O F THE FRENCH REPUBLIC. The particulars given in the registers of the names have been compiled from information furnished by the Records Offices concerned and by the next-of-kin. Plot Row and Grave are indicated at the end of each entry by a Roman numeral a capital letter and an Arabic numeral thus II. B. 23 means Plot II BRow Grave 23. There are in this cemetery two Special Memorials Type C i.e. bearing the inscription “Buried near this spot.”
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