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Around Arras - Cemeteries and Memorials

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Around Arras - Cemeteries and

N17 Y MÉRICOURT D46 D262 D919 ARLEUX-EN-GOHELLE D40 We honour and care for the 1.7 million men and women of the Commonwealth forces who died in the First and Second World Wars, ensuring they will never be forgotten. Funded by six Member Governments, our work began with building, and now maintaining, cemeteries at 23,000 locations all over the world. D341 D75 D75 ESTRÉE-CAUCHY D65 VILLERS-AU-BOIS D341 CABARET-ROUGE BRITISH CEMETERY D58 D937 A26 E15 N17 D55 VIMY MEMORIAL VIMY N17 MÉRIC 9 D49 D49 A26 D49 D939 BAILLEUL-SIR-BERTHOULT E15 D33 A1 A26 MONCHY BRITISH CEMETERY © IWM HU 93448 Captain Charles Masefield MC D950 During the First World War, Charles led C Company of 1st/5th North Staffordshire Regiment, and won the Military Cross for bravery. He died after being badly wounded in action on 2 July 1917. Download our App and find CWGC sites of remembrance near you. Find out more about our charitable foundation at : AROUND ARRAS CEMETERIES & MEMORIALS HAUTE-AVESNES HABARCQ D339 WANQUETIN D7 D939 D59 D341 A25 D55 A25 ARRAS MEMORIAL D60 N17 ARRAS ÈCURIE BAILLEUL ROAD EAST CEMETERY D950 D60 D939 D5 D939 VIS-EN-ARTOIS Private Isaac Roasenberg Buried in Plot VI. Row H. Grave 23. of Cabaret-Rouge British Cemetery Born in Bristol in 1890, Issac Rosenberg was a poet. He is famous today for his poem ‘Break of Day in the Trenches’, which has become a defining © National Portrait Gallery First World War work. He enlisted in 1915, and was killed in action serving with the Royal Lancaster Regiment in 1918. Buried in Plot V. Row C. Grave 12 of Ballieul Road East Cemetery. The CWGC Experience is a unique visitor attraction. Take a look behind the scenes at the work of the CWGC. The CWGC Experience, 5-7 rue Angèle Richard, 62217 Beaurains, France. Tel: +33(0)3 21 21 52 75 Email: DISCOVER LEARN REMEMBER BEAUMETZ-LÈS-LOGES A25 PERSONAL STORIES WAILLY All cemeteries and memorials are less than 30 minutes’ drive away from the CWGC Experience. Sub-Lieutenant Leslie Spencer Savill Leslie was from Buckinghamshire, and died during the Battle of Arras in 1917. He served with the Howe Battalion of the Royal Naval Division, and was just 18 years old when he was reported missing in action. Commemorated on Bay 1 of the Arras Memorial D3 D919 D917 © IWM 126209 D5

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