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Stopped here prior to our day tour of the Canadian invasion in Normandy. I never realized how many... read more

Reviewed 23 July 2018
Stuart, Florida

has graves from both conflicts and different nationalities ie German India UK New Zealand Australia... read more

Reviewed 30 May 2018
Peter D
Redcar, United Kingdom
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Rue Vigier, Bleriot-Plage, Calais, France
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Reviewed 23 July 2018

Stopped here prior to our day tour of the Canadian invasion in Normandy. I never realized how many Canadians and Polls were on the beaches on D-Day, and then then months it took to advance the lines and to free Calais, where many Canadians died.

Thank elindoo
Reviewed 30 May 2018

has graves from both conflicts and different nationalities ie German India UK New Zealand Australia South Africa and most surprisingly the Chinese labour force used in WW1

Thank Peter D
Reviewed 28 May 2018 via mobile

The whole cemetery is thought provoking. . The whole cemetery is well cared for & tendered. The is car parking at the front. It could be better sign posted.

Thank Paul_osborne46
Reviewed 5 September 2017

The grounds for this cemetery are beautifully maintained, the headstones clean and pristine. It is a very peaceful, sorrowful place. Worth a visit.

Thank ClaireyB2274
Reviewed 20 September 2016 via mobile

Very emotional visit. Credit to all concerned with making this a place where anyone can pay respect and remember those who fought to allow us to be what and who we are now. Thank you to everyone concerned

Thank Sjl2912
Reviewed 3 December 2015

as per previous reports, and having been to many such places in France, there is always something new to spot or read, here it was the Chinise and Egyptian Labourers, and the second world war graves.

Thank bamboos
Reviewed 10 September 2015

Like all of these places they are tinged with sadness, but you also have to say that they are immaculately looked after, credit to the people of Calais.

Thank Haveadeal
Reviewed 1 September 2014

As mentioned by other reviewers, there are the usual military graves, including quite a number of Chinese Labour Corps who died in the flu epidemic of 1919. There are also at least 4 civilian graves (same white Portland stone but with square notches missing from...More

3  Thank HowardA678
Reviewed 30 August 2014

This, as all cemeteries are very emotional places. Each Military cemetery in France is laid out absolutely perfect. In beautiful rows. Very peaceful, clean place to collect your thoughts and remember the men who lie there, and what they did for us.

Thank Bob321_12
Reviewed 30 July 2014

Visited here to view my great great uncle's grave, very emotional and really well kept graves. A credit to all involved.

4  Thank nicola12
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8 February 2016|
Response from barginhunter38 |
So many soldiers are buried overseas The magnitude of the dead was to overwhelming for various countries to take them back to there homelands IN FLANDERS FIELD