salientguide Posted 26 December , 2011 Share Posted 26 December , 2011 Doing some research for hopefully a book on the military use of Cannock Chase Staffs in the Great War. One of the features there is the Cannock War cememtery containing both British Empire and German graves from the military and PoW camps there. It is a " complete" CWGC cemetery just as one would find in France and Flanders, and indeed elsewhere, formal rows of headstones and Cross of Sacrifice surrounded by beech hedge. It occured to me, - is this unique as complete CWGC cememtery in mainland UK as opposed to the many scattered individual burials or groups of burials found in many churchyards or civilian cemeteries? Any pal know of other locations? regards SG Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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