Comines Communal Cemetery
Historical Information (Source: CWGC)
Near the south-eastern corner and the southern boundary wall are the graves of five soldiers from the United Kingdom, one of whom is not identified.
- United Kingdom (4)
- Army (4)
During the First World War, the German army stationed at Comines quickly decides to build a cemetery on a piece of land requisitioned. She buried about 6,000 men and erect in the center a monument bearing the inscription
«Niemand hat grossere Liebe denn die dass er breast Leben lasset für seine Freunde "
(" No one has greater love than the one who gives his life for his friends ").
Very damaged during the con