General Directions: Villers-Pol is a village and commune in the Department of the Nord, between Valenciennes and Le Quesnoy. The Communal Cemetery Extension is signposted on the north side of the Communal Cemetery, but 50 metres away from the road D73.

The Communal Cemetery Extension was made in November 1918, by the 24th, Guards and 2nd Divisions; and one grave was brought in after the Armistice from a field between Sepmeries and Villers-Pol.

There are now 119, 1914-18 war casualties commemorated in this site. Of these, 2 are unidentified. There are 74 German burials here, 39 being unidentified.

The Extension covers an area of 1,183 square metres and is enclosed by a brick curb.

Casualty Details: UK 118, Total Burials: 118




Latest additions to the site | Belgian Cemeteries WW1 Index | French Cemeteries WW1 Index | Turkish Cemeteries WW1 Index

British Cemeteries Index | Other Countries WW1 Index | Belgian Cemeteries WW2 Index | French Cemeteries WW2 Index

Other Countries WW2 Index | Memorial Index | Architects | Roll of Honour Dedications | Roll of Honour

Cemeteries with Victoria Cross burials | Cemeteries with "Shot at Dawn" burials | Regimental Badge Archive

Information on how to submit a photograph or image to the site | Book Reviews | About Us and our task | Links

Site Map | Miscellaneous articles | WW1 Battles Index