DescriptionThe graves from the First World War cover two parts of the Communal Cemetery. The main part lies next to the Dun- kirk Memorial erected after the Second World War, and consists of a number of graves and a Cross of Sacrifice. The other graves from the war are found in a small field amidst the civilian graves. A tree has been placed on either side of the Cross of Sacrifice. It seems improbable that Lutyens had anything to do with the design. (Geurst, 2010, p.279)
BibliographyGeurst, J. (2010) Cemeteries of the Great War by Sir Edwin Lutyens. Rotterdam: 010 Publishers.
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ClientImperial War Graves Commission