Malo-les-Bains Communal Cemetery
Pas de Calais, France
1914-1918 plot and French plot
Malo-les-Bains is a small town 3 kilometres east of Dunkirk. The cemetery is 275 metres east of the Town Hall approached via Rue General Hoche and Rue Pasteur. The Second World War casualties are buried in the north eastern corner of the cemetery and the First World War casualties are buried in the south-western part of the cemetery.
The Communal Cemetery was used in the autumn of 1917 by units of the XV Corps and to a small extent before and after that time. There are now over 30, 1914-18 and nearly 100, 1939-45 war casualties commemorated in this site. Of these, over 30 from the 1939-45 War are unidentified.
Number of Identified Casualties: 102
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