johnnie Posted 8 November , 2013 Share Posted 8 November , 2013 This is a bit of an odd one, and a question that may have been answered in the past. I know in a number of cases men were burried in battlefield cemeteries, and then moved to more central cemeteries after the war. The CWGC have provided me with this information when I have approached them, but I was wondering if there was anywhere else (such as online sources) that have the same information available. I am researching a number of people and was keen to avoid causing the CWGC additonal work, and thought it would be easier to check if there was any way I could find out myself. I understand that the information doesn't really add a lot, but I do like to find out as much as possible about the men I am researching and I think it is handy to find out the original burial location. Any help would be great, Johnnie Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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