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Commonwealth War Grave Commission: Buzancy cemetery page
Buzancy is a village in the Department of the Aisne, 7 kilometres south of Soissons and 50 kilometres west of Reims, Northern France.
The cemetery covers an area of 2,088 square metres and is enclosed on three sides by a low rubble wall.
The role of the 15th scottish division in the battle of the marne
A good description of the events and battles of the 15th division
Commonwealth War Grave Commission: Montreuil-aux-lions cemetery page
Montreuil-aux-Lions is a commune 17 Kms west of Chateau Thierry. Montreuil-aux-Lions British Cemetery is a small cemetery set on the side of a main road. It is situated to the east of the village of Montreuil-aux-Lions.
Commonwealth War Grave Commission: Raperie cemetery Villemontoire page
Villemontoire is just to the west of the main D1, Chateau-Thierry to Soissons road, approximately 10 kilometres from Soissons. From the N2, Soissons Ring Road, take the D1 towards Chateau-Thierry
The Memorials of Dormans
It was built between 1921 and 1931. The Marshal Foch chooses the site of Dormans to perpetuate the memory of the second battle of Marne.
Commonwealth War Grave Commission: Noyon new British Cemetery
Noyon is a town 32 kilometres north-west of Soissons, on the road to Roye (D6/D934). The New British Cemetery is on the northern outskirts of the town, on the road to Ham (D932).
Commonwealth War Grave Commission: Bouchoir new British Cemetery
Bouchoir is a village on the straight main road from Amiens to Roye. From Peronne take the N17 to Roye then the D934 to Amiens. Travel for approximately 8 kilometres and just before the village of Bouchoir the cemetery will be found on the right hand side of the road.
Commonwealth War Grave Commission: Hangard communal cemetery extension
Hangard is a village 5 kilometres south of Villers-Bretonneux. Hangard Communal Cemetery is a little east of the village on the north side of the road to Demuin and the Extension is on the west side of the Communal Cemetery.
Commonwealth War Grave Commission: Hangard wood British Cemetery
Hangard is a village between Domart and Demuin. The road to Villers-Bretonneux goes due north from the village, up a steep hillside. After 2 kilometres it passes between the two portions of Hangard Wood, and Hangard Wood British Cemetery will be found at this point.
Commonwealth War Grave Commission: Hourges Orchard Cemetery
Domart-sur-la-Luce is a village and commune in the Department of the Somme, in the valley of the Luce, on the road from Amiens to Roye. Hourges is a hamlet on the same road, a little south-east of the village and Hourges Orchard Cemetery is on the south-west side of the road.
Commonwealth War Grave Commission: Roye new British cemetery
Roye is a commune in the Department of the Somme 40 kilometres south-east of Amiens. From Peronne take the N17 to Roye. On arriving in Roye stay on the N17 and at the second roundabout take the D934 towards Noyon. Roye New British Cemetery will be found about 230 metres on the right along this road.
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