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Visited Salerno War Cemetery in May to pay respects to the final resting place of the Rev JEG (Gough) Quinn MC on my maternal grandfather's side of the family who was killed on 23.09.1943. The cemetery is on the No. 8 bus route from Salerno....More
This is a beautiful cemetery and I visited it to find the grave of a Great Uncle. The cemetery is easy to reach from Salerno. About ten minutes walk from the station is a bus stop and from there the number 8 stops 100 metres...More
We recently drove from Ravello to visit the cemetery only to discover the address and map linked from this entry took us to an industrial estate in the middle of noone where. We did not have internet access to try and find the correct address....More
visited the English Cemetary while visiting Salerno. I was closed when we got there. We opened the gate and took a few pics, as the sprinklers drenched us. The place is immaculate amd very interesting for war buffs.
Well maintained,but difficult trek to get to by public transport,from the Salerno railway station a number 8 bus goes there approx every half hour,but as one of the locals stated they don't have any rules here,so don't set your watch by it. It is also...More
As with Commonwealth Cemeteries throughout the world this Cemetery is immaculate. The final resting place of approximateley 1700 Allied servicement who died during the Itallian Campaign during WW2, mainly during the landings at Salerno in September 1943
Upon entering the cemetery one encounters a large...More
This Commonwealth War Graves Commission cemetery is located south of Salerno on the SS 18 main road between Battipaglia and Pontecagnano. To go there take the No 34 bus from Piazza Concordia (aka Lungomare Trieste) in Salerno. I took a bus at 9 am and...More
The Salerno Allied Cemetery is a CWWG / Commonwealth War Graves site which is nicely sited, been grass and maintained very well. Fitting final resting place and monument to those who perished in / after the invasion of the Italian mainland in 1943. ....
Like all CWWG it is immaculately kept. In the cemetery are nearly 2000 commonwealth dead from nearly exclusively WW2. The majority are British but there are Australian, Canadian, South African, Indian, New Zealand are even a sole Russian. Most are from the allied invasion of...More