the British Cemetery 1914 1918 near Arras and others monuments
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Hello all,

 

 

I opened a new photos album with photos of British cemetery from Arras .

 

 

Le Faubourg D'Amiens cemetery has 2,652 graves ; The rows of the gravestones illustrate the developement of the major allied offensives to defend Arras. The names of 35,942 missing soldiers after the battles of Arras are engraved on the walls.

 

 

For those who are interested just click the link thanks .

 

http://picasaweb.google.com/waminvero/Arras

 

Véronique

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:armata_PDT_37: beautiful photos, despite the background of so many extinguished young lives :(
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