Cemeteries on the Aisne & Oise Battlefields, France

This page shows a listing of the American, British, French, German and Italian cemeteries on the battlefields of the Aisne and the Oise.

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  • Aisne-Marne American Cemetery

    49.081547

    3.292519

    There are 2,289 American burials, of whom 250 are unidentified.

    The cemetery is open daily 09.00 - 17.00 hours. When the cemetery is open a member of staff is on duty and will assist with any enquiries for visiting and locating graves. The cemetery is closed on 25 December and 1 January, but open on all other US and French public holiday days.

    Latitude N 49° 4' 53" ; Longitude E 3° 17' 33"

  • Ambleny “Le Bois Roger” French National Cemetery

    49.394344

    3.193358

    1914-18: There are 10,601 1914-1918 French casualties buried here including 3,076 in three ossuaries. There is 1 Russian casualty and 76 French civilian victims buried here. The cemetery was created in 1923 for casualties of the Battles of the Oise.

    1939-45: There are 555 French casualties buried from this period.

    Latitude N 49° 23' 39" ; Longitude E 3° 11' 36"

  • Beaurepaire French National Cemetery, Pontavert

    49.404808

    3.809788

    There are 6,694 1914-1918 French casualties buried here including 1,364 in an ossuary. There are 67 British casualties, of whom 32 are identified. 54 Russian casualties are also buried in the cemetery. The cemetery was created in 1915 during the Battle of Chemin des Dames. There is a monument for the French 31 Regiment d'Infanterie.

    Latitude N 49° 24' 17" ; Longitude E 3° 48' 35"

  • Beaurevoir British Cemetery

    50.002226

    3.310238

    There are almost 300 British casualties buried here, of whom 244 are identified.

    Latitude N 50° 0' 8" ; Longitude E 3° 18' 37"

  • Beaurevoir Communal Cemetery & British Extension

    49.992423

    3.317576

    There are almost 100 British casualties buried in the British Extension, of whom 82 are identified. 4 identified casualties are buried in the Communal cemetery.

    Latitude N 49° 59' 33" ; Longitude E 3° 19' 3"

  • Belleau German Cemetery

    49.082959

    3.283517

    There are 8,630 German burials. The cemetery was started in 1922 by the French war graves service after the Armistice. German graves were brought to this site from the Chemin des Dames and the Marne battle areas.

    Latitude N 49° 4' 58" ; Longitude E 3° 17' 0"

  • Berthaucourt Communal Cemetery, Pontru

    49.901823

    3.211165

    There are over 70 British casualties buried here, of whom 67 are identified. Casualties were killed on 24 September 1918.

    Latitude N 49° 54' 7" ; Longitude E 3° 12' 40"

  • Braine Communal Cemetery

    49.343186

    3.535806

    There are 78 First World War casualties buried in the cemetery. They died in September and October 1914 during the First Battle of the Aisne. Most of the casualties are commemorated on special memorials because they are known to be buried here but the exact location of their graves is not known.

    Latitude N 49° 20' 36" ; Longitude E 3° 32' 9"

  • Braine French National Cemetery

    49.335017

    3.531370

    There are 1,583 1914-1918 French casualties buried here including 495 in two ossuaries. The cemetery was created in 1920 for casualties of the Battles of the Chemin des Dames.

    Latitude N 49° 20' 6" ; Longitude E 3° 31' 52"

  • Brancourt-le-Grand Military Cemetery

    49.973645

    3.385479

    There are over 40 British casualties buried here, of whom 42 are identified. Most casualties were killed in October 1918.

    Latitude N 49° 58' 25" ; Longitude E 3° 23' 8"

  • Buzancy British Cemetery

    49.314513

    3.341837

    The cemetery was created in July 1918 by 15th Scottish Division. Graves were also brought to the site from the battlefields around the site and from smaller cemeteries in the area after the Armistice. There are more than 300 burials in the cemetery, 264 of which are identified.

    Latitude N 49° 18' 52" ; Longitude E 3° 20' 30"

  • Calvaire Cemetery, Montbréhain

    49.969324

    3.345568

    There are 71 British casualties buried here, of whom 55 are identified. Casualties were killed in October 1918.

    Latitude N 49° 58' 10" ; Longitude E 3° 20' 44"

  • Catenoy French National Cemetery

    49.394344

    3.193358

    1914-18: There are 1,745 1914-1918 French casualties buried here. There are 1 British and 1 Russian casualties buried here. The cemetery was created in 1921 for casualties of the Battles of the Oise.

    1939-45: There are 4 French casualties buried from this period.

    Latitude N 49° 23' 39" ; Longitude E 3° 11' 36"

  • Cerny-en-Laonnois French National Cemetery

    49.442820

    3.666585

    Cerny-en-Laonnois French Cemetery

    There are 5,150 1914-1918 French casualties buried here including 2,386 in an ossuary. There are 54 Russian casualties also buried in the cemetery. The cemetery was created in 1919 for casualties of the Battles of the Chemin des Dames.

    Latitude N 49° 26' 34" ; Longitude E 3° 39' 59"

  • Cerny-en-Laonnois German Cemetery

    49.441944

    3.664722

    Cerny-en-Laonnois German Cemetery

    There are 7,526 German casualties buried in the cemetery. Most of the casualties were killed during the battles on the Chemin des Dames between autumn 1914 to spring 1915, the French offensive in April/May 1917, the German offensive in May 1918 and the defensive withdrawal of German forces during September-October 1918.

    Latitude N 49° 26' 31" ; Longitude E 3° 39' 53"

  • Champs French National Cemetery

    49.550167

    3.248697

    1914-18: There are 2,731 French casualties buried here including 940 in two ossuaries. There are 1 Belgian, 1 Italian and 76 Russians buried in the cemetery. The cemetery was created in 1919 for casualties of the Battles of the Chemin des Dames.

    1939-45: 186 French casualties are buried from this period.

    Latitude N 49° 33' 0" ; Longitude E 3° 14' 55"

  • Champs German Cemetery

    49.549276

    3.249207

    There are 2,561 German burials, of whom 1,810 are named in individually marked graves. There are two communal graves with 757 casualties, of whom 675 are unknown. There are also 76 Russian casualties, 1 Belgian and 1 Italian casualty buried at the cemetery. The cemetery was laid out orginally by the French war graves service after the Armistice next to the French military cemetery.

    Latitude N 49° 32' 57" ; Longitude E 3° 14' 57"

  • Chapelle British Cemetery, Holnon

    49.863216

    3.214971

    There are over 600 British casualties buried here, of whom 360 are identified. The cemetery was established after the Armistice.

    Latitude N 49° 51' 48" ; Longitude E 3° 12' 54"

  • Chauny Communal Cemetery British Extension

    49.621647

    3.221086

    There are 435 identified British casualties of more than 1,000 buried here. Most of the casualtied died in 1918. Some were killed in September 1914. The cemetery was created after the Armistice for casualties of the Battles of the Aisne. Casualties were brought here from smaller cemeteries in the area.

    Latitude N 49° 37' 17" ; Longitude E 3° 13' 15"

  • Chauny French National Cemetery

    49.620899

    3.220700

    1914-18: There are 468 French casualties buried here including 139 in an ossuary. The cemetery was created in 1919 for casualties of the Battles of the Aisne.

    1939-45: 18 French casualties are buried from this period.

    Latitude N 49° 37' 15" ; Longitude E 3° 13' 14"

  • Chauny German Cemetery

    49.620781

    3.221312

    There are 1,703 German burials. The cemetery was started in autumn 1914.

    Latitude N 49° 37' 14" ; Longitude E 3° 13' 16"

  • Compiègne “Royallieu” French National Cemetery

    49.403245

    2.813600

    Compiegne French National Cemetery

    1914-18: There are 3,257 French casualties buried here including 264 in two ossuaries. There is 1 German casualty in the ossuary. There are 1 Belgian, 81 British and 11 Russian casualties buried in the cemetery. Of the 81 British casualties 55 are identified. The cemetery was created in 1921. There were mililtary hospitals in the town during 1914-1918.

    1939-45: 3 French casualties are buried from this period.

    Latitude N 49° 24' 11" ; Longitude E 2° 48 48"

  • Compiègne South Communal Cemetery

    49.402587

    2.812559

    There are 7 British casualties buried here (5 are identified) in the Communal cemetery next to the “Royallieu” French National Cemetery. These casualties were killed in September 1914.

    Latitude N 49° 24' 9" ; Longitude E 2° 48 45"

  • Craonnelle French National Cemetery

    49.431416

    3.773224

    There are 3,910 1914-1918 French casualties buried here including 1,884 in two ossuaries. There are 2 Belgian and 24 British casualties also buried in the cemetery. The cemetery was created in 1920 for casualties of the Battles of the Chemin des Dames.

    Latitude N 49° 25' 53 " ; Longitude E 3° 46' 23 "

  • Creil Communal Cemetery

    49.255206

    2.475808

    There are 6 First World War British burials.

    1939-45: There are 53 British airmen buried here.

    Latitude N 49° 15' 18" ; Longitude E 2° 28' 32"

  • Crécy-au-Mont French National Cemetery

    49.489030

    3.310718

    1914-18: There are 1,408 French casualties buried here including 356 in two ossuaries. There are 1,865 German casualties, including 579 in an ossuary, buried in the cemetery. The cemetery was created in 1919 for casualties of the Battles of the Chemin des Dames.

    1939-45: 20 French casualties are buried from this period.

    Latitude N 49° 29' 20" ; Longitude E 3° 18' 38"

  • Crécy-au-Mont German Cemetery

    49.488350

    3.311026

    There are 1,865 German burials. The cemetery was started by the French war graves service after the Armistice. German graves were brought to this site from the area.

    Latitude N 49° 29' 18" ; Longitude E 3° 18' 39"

  • Crouy-Vauxrot French National Cemetery

    49.401334

    3.345927

    1914-18: There are 2,941 French casualties buried here including 1,476 in two ossuaries. There are 50 British casualties buried in the cemetery, 30 of whom are identified and known to have fallen in September and October 1914. The cemetery was created in 1917 for casualties of the Battles of the Aisne. The British casualties were brought here for burial after the Armistice.

    1939-45: 1 French casualty and 2 Polish casualties are buried from this period.

    Latitude N 49° 24' 5" ; Longitude E 3° 20' 45"

  • Cuts French National Cemetery

    49.529390

    3.092029

    There are 3,296 1914-1918 French casualties buried here including 1,770 in two ossuaries. There is 1 Russian casualty buried in the cemetery. The cemetery was created in 1920 for casualties of the Battle of the Oise.

    1939-45: 10 French casualties.

    Latitude N 49° 35' 26 " ; Longitude E 2 ° 31' 54 "

  • Dompierre French National Cemetery

    49.590712

    2.531710

    There are 1,414 1914-1918 French casualties buried here including 96 in two ossuaries. There are 2 British casualties buried in the cemetery. The cemetery was created in 1921 for casualties of the Battle of the Oise.

    Latitude N 49° 31' 45" ; Longitude E 3° 5' 31"

  • Dompierre German Cemetery

    49.591000

    2.532257

    There are 2,227 German burials. The cemetery was started in June 1916 by a French casualty clearing hospital. Most of the casualties buried here are from the May-June 1918 German offensive and the following Allied offensive from August 1918.

    Latitude N 49° 35' 27" ; Longitude E 2° 31' 56"

  • Fresnoy-le-Grand Communal Cemetery Extension

    49.949925

    3.420305

    There are over 60 British casualties buried here, of whom 64 are identified. Casualties were killed in October 1918.

    Latitude N 49° 56' 60" ; Longitude E 3° 25' 13"

  • Guizancourt Farm Cemetery, Gouy

    50.002548

    3.271453

    There are almost 150 British casualties buried here, of whom 135 are identified.

    Latitude N 50° 0' 9" ; Longitude E 3° 16' 17"

  • Grand-Séraucourt British Cemetery

    49.78092968059579

    3.219589591026306

  • Guards Grave Cemetery, Villers-Cotterêts Forest

    49.282014

    3.111191

    There are 90 burials, 78 of whom are identified. These soldiers were killed during a rearguard action by 4th (Guards) Brigade on 1 September 1914.

    Latitude N 49° 16' 55" ; Longitude E 3° 6' 40"

  • Hermonville Military Cemetery

    49.340618

    3.908476

    There are almost 250 British casualties buried here, of whom 106 are identified. The cemetery was established after the Armistice. The casualties were killed in May and June 1918.

    Latitude N 49° 20' 26" ; Longitude E 3° 54' 30"

  • High Tree Cemetery, Montbréhain

    49.962583

    3.368104

    There are 48 British casualties buried here, of whom 45 are identified. Casualties were killed in October 1918.

    Latitude N 49° 57' 45" ; Longitude E 3° 22' 5"

  • Jeancourt Communal Cemetery Extension

    49.925025

    3.143114

    There are over 490 British casualties, of whom 285 are identified British casualties buried here. There are 168 German burials.

    Latitude N 49° 55' 30" ; Longitude E 3° 8' 35"

  • Jonchery-sur-Vesle British Cemetery

    49.290729

    3.808243

    There are over 350 British casualties buried here, of whom 100 are identified. The cemetery was established after the Armistice. Graves from several smaller cemeteries in the area were brought here to create this cemetery.

    Latitude N 49° 17' 26" ; Longitude E 3° 48' 29"

  • Joncourt British Cemetery

    49.948203

    3.302569

    There are 61 British casualties buried here, of whom 58 are identified. Casualties were killed in September and October 1918.

    Latitude N 49° 56' 54" ; Longitude E 3° 18' 9"

  • Joncourt East British Cemetery

    49.954148

    3.309739

    There are 71 British casualties buried here, of whom 70 are identified. Casualties were killed in September and October 1918.

    Latitude N 49° 57' 15" ; Longitude E 3° 18' 35"

  • La Baraque British Cemetery, Bellenglise

    49.927894

    3.249984

    La Baraque British Cemetery

    There are over 60 British casualties buried here, of whom 55 are identified. Casualties were killed 29 September to 8 October 1918.

    Latitude N 49° 55' 40" ; Longitude E 3° 14' 60"

  • La Ville-aux-Bois British Cemetery

    49.430664

    3.863765

    La Ville-aux-Bois British Cemetery

    The cemetery was established after the Armistice. There are 564 casualties buried here, of whom 152 are identified.

    Latitude N 49° 25' 50" ; Longitude E 3° 51' 50"

  • Laon-“Bousson” German Cemetery

    49.552643

    3.618139

    There are 2,653 1914-1918 German casualties buried here.

    Latitude N 49° 33' 9" ; Longitude E 3° 37' 5"

  • Laon-“Champ de Manoeuvre” German Cemetery

    49.558585

    3.583769

    There are 3,487 1914-1918 German casualties buried here. The cemetery was established after the Armistice by the French war graves service for German casualties who died in the Laon area.

    Latitude N 49° 33' 30" ; Longitude E 3° 35' 1"

  • Loupeigne French National Cemetery

    49.245105

    3.543933

    1914-18: There are 598 French casualties buried here including 119 in an ossuary. There are 478 German casualties buried in the cemetery. There is a chapel and mausoleum to artillery and infantry officers who fell in 1917-1918. The cemetery was created in 1919 for casualties of the Battles of the Aisne.

    1939-45: 1 French casualty is buried from this period.

    Latitude N 49° 14' 42 " ; Longitude E 3° 32' 38"

  • Loupeigne German Cemetery

    49.244979

    3.544378

    There are 478 1914-1918 German casualties buried here. The cemetery was started in 1919 by the French war graves service.

    Latitude N 49° 14' 41" ; Longitude E 3° 32' 39"

  • Marteville Communal Cemetery, Attilly

    49.866901

    3.156075

    There are 67 identified British casualties buried here.

    Latitude N 49° 52' 1" ; Longitude E 3° 9' 22"

  • Méry-la-Bataille French National Cemetery

    49.553120

    2.628999

    There are 1,538 1914-1918 French casualties buried here including 254 in two ossuaries. The cemetery was created in 1919 for casualties of the Battle of the Oise.

    1939-45: 1 French casualty is buried from this period.

    Latitude N 49° 33' 11" ; Longitude E 2° 37' 44"

  • Montbréhain British Cemetery

    49.957424

    3.355395

    There are 89 British casualties buried here, of whom 80 are identified. Casualties were killed in October 1918.

    Latitude N 49° 57' 27" ; Longitude E 3° 21' 19"

  • Montcornet British Cemetery

    49.690851

    4.020808

    There are more than 100 British casualties buried in the cemetery, 90 of which are identified.

    Latitude N 49° 41' 27" ; Longitude E 4° 1' 14"

  • Montescourt-Lizerolles Communal Cemetery

    49.736321

    3.262360

    There are 30 British casualties, of whom 22 are identified buried here.

    Latitude N 49° 44' 10" ; Longitude E 3° 15' 44"

  • Néry Communal Cemetery

    49.255206

    2.475808

    There are 20 identified First World War British burials. These identified casualties died during the battle action at Néry on 1 September 1914.

    Latitude N 49° 15' 18" ; Longitude E 2° 28' 32"

  • Noyon French National Cemetery

    49.586658

    2.997291

    1914-1918: There are 1,721 French casualties buried here including 699 in two ossuaries. The cemetery was created in 1919 for casualties of the Battles of the Oise.

    1939-45: There are 4 French casualties buried here.

    Latitude N 49° 35' 11" ; Longitude E 2° 59' 50"

  • Noyon New British Cemetery

    49.587236

    2.997481

    The cemetery was created after the Armistice. There are more than 250 burials in the cemetery, 166 of which are identified.

    Latitude N 49° 35' 13" ; Longitude E 2° 59' 50"

  • Oeuilly French National Cemetery

    49.393604

    3.676187

    There are 1,159 1914-1918 French casualties buried here. There is a monument to the 163 Regiment d'Infanterie. The cemetery was created in 1917 during the Battles of Chemin des Dames.

    Latitude N 49° 23' 36" ; Longitude E 3° 40' 34"

  • Prémont British Cemetery

    50.003802

    3.415085

    There are over 530 British casualties buried here, of whom 526 are identified.

    Latitude N 50° 0' 14" ; Longitude E 3° 24' 54"

  • Oulchy-le-Château Churchyard Extension

    49.204743

    3.371031

    The cemetery was originally begun by the French Army but the French graves have been removed. There are 91 identified British casualties buried in this cemetery site.

    Latitude N 49° 12' 17" ; Longitude E 3° 22' 15"

  • Ramicourt British Cemetery

    49.954604

    3.331019

    There are 118 British casualties buried here, of whom 108 are identified. Casualties were killed in October 1918.

    Latitude N 49° 57' 17" ; Longitude E 3° 19' 52"

  • Raperie British Cemetery, Villemontoire

    49.291740

    3.325700

    The cemetery was created after the Armistice. Graves were brought here from the battlefields around the site and from smaller cemeteries in the area. There are more than 600 burials in the cemetery, 498 of which are identified.

    Latitude N 49° 17' 30" ; Longitude E 3° 19' 32"

  • Remy French National Cemetery

    49.427001

    2.692525

    1914-1918: There are 1,829 French casualties buried here. There are 52 civilian victims. The cemetery was created in 1921 for casualties of the Battle of the Oise.

    Latitude N 49° 25' 37" ; Longitude E 2° 41' 33"

  • Royallieu French National Cemetery, Compiègne

    49.403242

    2.813637

    55 British First World War casualties, of whom 55 are identified, are buried in this French National Cemetery.

    Latitude N 49° 24' 12" ; Longitude E 2° 48' 49"

  • St. Erme Communal Cemetery Extension

    49.516492

    3.844064

    77 identified First World War British casualties are buried here.

    Latitude N 49° 30' 59" ; Longitude E 3° 50' 38"

  • Savy British Cemetery

    49.825193

    3.191303

    There are more than 85 British casualties, of whom 429 are identified British casualties buried at Savy British Cemetery.

    Latitude N 49° 49' 30" ; Longitude E 3° 11' 28"

  • Senlis French National Cemetery

    49.209657

    2.579598

    There are 1,146 1914-1918 French casualties buried here including 78 in two ossuaries. There are 135 identified British and 2 Russian casualties buried in the cemetery. One unidentified British soldier, known to have fallen in September 1914, was reburied here. The cemetery was created in 1918. There were French military hospitals based in the town during the 1918 battles on the Oise and the Marne. The British 63rd Casualty Clearing Station was based in the town during August 1918.

    Latitude N 49° 12' 34" ; Longitude E 2° 34' 46"

  • Sequehart British Cemetery No. 1

    49.928245

    3.331674

    There are 62 British casualties buried here, of whom 58 are identified. Casualties were killed in October 1918.

    Latitude N 49° 55' 42" ; Longitude E 3° 19' 54"

  • Sequehart British Cemetery No. 2

    49.928735

    3.330805

    There are 56 British casualties buried here, of whom 54 are identified. Casualties were killed in October 1918.

    Latitude N 49° 55' 43" ; Longitude E 3° 19' 51"

  • Serain Communal Cemetery Extension

    50.031243

    3.363691

    There are over 100 British casualties buried here, of whom 90 are identified.

    Latitude N 50° 1' 52" ; Longitude E 3° 21' 49"

  • Sissonne British Cemetery

    49.582025

    3.920475

    There are 291 burials in the cemetery, 164 of which are identified.

    Latitude N 49° 34' 55" ; Longitude E 3° 55' 13"

  • Sissonne German Cemetery

    49.582692

    3.922344

    There are 14,694 1914-1918 German casualties buried here.

    Latitude N 49° 34' 58" ; Longitude E 3° 55' 20"

  • Somme American Cemetery & Memorial, Bony

    49.98554060037526

    3.2155796885490417

    Somme American Cemetery

    1,844 casualties of the American Expeditionary Force (AEF) are buried at the Somme American Cemetery near the village of Bony.

    Somme American Cemetery & Memorial, Bony

  • Soupir Churchyard

    49.406835

    3.599095

    Soupir Churchyard British Cemetery

    There are 36 British casualties buried here, six of whom are unidentified.

    Latitude N 49° 24' 25" ; Longitude E 3° 35' 57"

  • Soupir Communal Cemetery

    49.408782

    3.600831

    There are 16 British casualties buried here.

    Latitude N 49° 24' 31" ; Longitude E 3° 36' 2"

  • Soupir French National Cemetery No. 1

    49.400637

    3.598312

    There are 7,806 1914-1918 French casualties buried here including 2,822 in three ossuaries and 266 in four communal graves. There is 1 Belgian casualty and 1 Russian casualty buried in the cemetery. The cemetery was created during the 14-18 period during the Battles of the Chemin des Dames.

    Latitude N 49° 24' 2" ; Longitude E 3° 35' 54"

  • Soupir French National Cemetery No. 2

    49.400281

    3.597314

    1914-1918: There are 2,216 French casualties buried here including 250 in an ossuary. There are 5 Belgian, 2 British, 27 Russian and 1 German casualties buried in the cemetery. The cemetery was created in 1934 for casualties of the Battles of the Chemin des Dames.

    1939-45: There are 545 French military casualties and 33 Belgian civilian dead buried here.

    Latitude N 49° 24' 1" ; Longitude E 3° 35' 50"

  • Soupir German Cemetery

    49.400561

    3.597293

    There are 7,236 1914-1918 German casualties buried here. The original German burials in the cemetery were laid to rest in this location because they died of wounds their wounds at a French military casualty clearing station close by. Other German graves from the battlefield area and small burial sites were brought here after 1926 when the first work was carried out on the German cemetery. Further work was carried out after 1966.

    Latitude N 49° 24' 2" ; Longitude E 3° 35' 50"

  • Soupir Italian Cemetery

    49.402089

    3.583635

    Italian Military Cemetery, Soupir

    There are almost 600 Italian casualties buried in the cemetery.

    Latitude N 49° 24' 8" ; Longitude E 3° 35' 1"

  • Thiescourt French National Cemetery

    49.568997

    2.885384

    1914-1918: There are 1,260 French casualties buried here including 547 in two ossuaries. There are 4 British casualties. There are 1,095 German casualties of whom 388 are in an ossuary. The cemetery was created during the First World War for casualties of the Battle of the Oise.

    1939-45: There are 2 French casualties buried here.

    Latitude N 49° 34' 8" ; Longitude E 2 ° 53' 7"

  • Tracy-le-Mont French National Cemetery

    49.467576

    3.017496

    1914-1918: There are 3,196 French casualties buried here including 1,313 in two ossuaries. The cemetery was created in 1920 for casualties of the Battles of the Oise.

    1939-45: There is 1 French casualty buried here.

    Latitude N 49° 28' 3" ; Longitude E 3° 1' 2"

  • Trefcon British Cemetery, Caulaincourt

    49.859764

    3.108267

    There are almost 300 British casualties buried here, of whom 277 are identified.

    Latitude N 49° 51' 35" ; Longitude E 3° 6' 29"

  • Uplands Cemetery, Magny-la-Fosse

    49.944218

    3.285867

    There are 43 British casualties buried here, of whom 40 are identified. Casualties were killed in September and October 1918.

    Latitude N 49° 56' 39" ; Longitude E 3° 17' 9"

  • Vadancourt British Cemetery, Maissemy

    49.900581

    3.177264

    There are more than 750 British casualties, of whom 546 are identified British casualties.

    Latitude N 49° 54' 2" ; Longitude E 3° 10' 38"

  • Vailly British Cemetery

    49.408779

    3.509434

    Vailly British Cemetery

    There are more than 670 burials in the cemetery, 369 of which are identified. Most of the casualties were killed in the battles of 1914 and there are some who were killed in 1918.

    Latitude N 49° 24' 31" ; Longitude E 3° 30' 33"

  • Vailly-sur-Aisne French National Cemetery

    49.408588

    3.510188

    Vailly-sur-Aisne French Military Cemetery

    1914-1918: There are 1,559 French casualties buried here. The cemetery was created in 1917 for casualties of the Battles of the Chemin des Dames. There is a monument to the dead of 1914-1918 by the Union National de Combattants (U.N.C.) of Vailly. There is a monument to men of the 120 BCP (Battalion Chasseurs à Pied) who were killed on 8 July 1917.

    1939-45: There are 17 French military casualties buried here.

    Latitude N 49° 24' 30" ; Longitude E 3° 30' 36"

  • Vaux-Andigny British Cemetery

    50.017412

    3.518699

    There are over 60 British casualties buried here, of whom 62 are identified.

    Latitude N 50° 1' 3" ; Longitude E 3° 31' 7"

  • Vauxaillon French National Cemetery

    49.470799

    3.410895

    1914-1918: There are 1,909 French casualties buried here including 611 in two ossuaries. The cemetery was created in 1919 for casualties of the Battles of the Chemin des Dames.

    1939-45: There are 169 French military casualties buried here.

    Latitude N 49° 28' 14" ; Longitude E 3° 24' 39"

  • Vauxbuin French National Cemetery

    49.349453

    3.277777

    1914-1918: There are 4,898 French casualties buried here including 940 in two ossuaries. There is 1 Russian casualty buried in the cemetery. There are nearly 300 British casualties buried here, but only 161 of these are identified. They fell in 1914 and in 1918. The cemetery was created in 1919 for casualties who had fallen during the Battles of Soissons.

    1939-45: There are 17 French military casualties buried here.

    Latitude N 49° 20' 58" ; Longitude E 3° 16' 40"

  • Vauxbuin German Cemetery

    49.348675

    3.277161

    1914-1918: There are 9,229 German casualties buried here. The cemetery was established by the French military authorities after the Armistice.

    Latitude N 49° 20' 55" ; Longitude E 3° 16' 37"

  • Vendresse British Cemetery

    49.432614

    3.670399

    Vendresse British Cemetery

    There are more than 700 casualties buried here, 327 of whom are identified.

    Latitude N 49° 25' 57" ; Longitude E 3° 40' 13"

  • Vendresse Churchyard

    49.429571

    3.667138

    Vendresse Churchyard Cemetery

    More than 80 casualties are buried in the churchyard cemetery, 43 of whom are identified.

    Latitude N 49° 25' 46" ; Longitude E 3° 40' 2"

  • Verberie French National Cemetery

    49.311708

    2.738074

    1914-1918: There are 2,506 French casualties buried here including 1,429 in two ossuaries. There are 56 British, 52 of whom are identified. The cemetery was created in 1918 during the Battle of the Oise.

    There are also five British soldiers from the 2nd Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers buried in the Communal cemetery next to the Verberie National Cemetery. They died in September 1914.

    1939-45: There are 41 French military casualties buried here.

    Latitude N 49° 18' 42" ; Longitude E 2° 44' 17"

  • Vermand Communal Cemetery

    49.875740

    3.141666

    There are 42 identified British casualties buried here.

    Latitude N 49° 52' 32" ; Longitude E 3° 8' 29"

  • Vic-Sur-Aisne French National Cemetery

    49.409012

    3.108637

    1914-1918: There are 3,046 French casualties buried here including 932 in two ossuaries. The cemetery was created in 1921 for casualties of the Battles of the Aisne.

    1939-45: There are 4 French casualties buried here.

    Latitude N 49° 24' 32" ; Longitude E 3° 6' 31"

  • Vignemont French National Cemetery

    49.504757

    2.762836

    1914-1918: There are 3,108 French casualties buried here, of whom 955 are in two ossuaries. There are 4 German casualties and 8 identified British casualties also buried here. The cemetery was created in 1918 for casualties of the Battle of the Matz.

    Latitude N 49° 30' 17" ; Longitude E 2° 45' 46"

  • Vignemont German Cemetery

    49.505324

    2.763008

    1914-1918: There are 5,333 German casualties buried here.

    Latitude N 49° 30' 19" ; Longitude E 2° 45' 46"

  • Villers-Cotterêts French National Cemetery

    49.262137

    3.087035

    1914-1918: There are 3,411 French casualties buried here including 933 in two ossuaries. There are 4 British and 4 Russian casualties also buried here. The cemetery was created in 1914. There were mililtary hospitals in the town during 1914-1918.

    1939-45: There are 169 French military casualties buried here.

    Latitude N 49° 15' 43" ; Longitude E 3° 5' 13"

  • Villers-en-Prayères Communal Cemetery

    49.375616

    3.677534

    There are over 30 First World War British casualties buried here.

    Latitude N 49° 22' 32" ; Longitude E 3° 40' 39"

Related Topic

Caverne du Dragon museum on the Chemin des Dames ridge.
Caverne du Dragon Museum.

Museums on the Oise-Aisne Battlefields

Acknowledgements

American Battle Monuments Commission

Website: www.abmc.gov

Atlas de Nécropole: Ministère des Anciens Combattants et Victimes de Guerre, 37, rue de Bellechasse, 75 007 Paris, La Documentation Française, 1994, ISBN: 2-11-002737-1

The Commonwealth War Graves Commission: Information about the origin and number of burials the British and Commonwealth cemeteries listed here is based on information provided in the cemetery registers produced by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission. To find out more about the cemeteries and memorials and the work of the Commission see the website:

Website: www.cwgc.org

Volksbund Deutsche Kriegsgräberfürsorge

Website: www.volksbund.de