|Champagnole Communal Cemetery|
Pictures courtesy of Conrad Freeling
|Champagnole is a town in the
Department of Jura, 30 kilometres north-east of Lons-le-Saunier on the D471.
The Communal Cemetery is located in the north-east of the town near the
railway station. The 20 war graves are in 8 separate kerbed plots with
chippings and will be found immediately to the left of the cemetery
entrance, all the burials are men of either the Canadian Forestry Corps. or
Canadian Railway Troops with the exception of one Pioneer from the Royal
Engineers and a Second Lieutenant of the Royal Army Service Corps.
There are now 20, 1914-18 war casualties commemorated in this site.
No. of Identified Casualties: 20
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