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 Banneville-la-Campagne War Cemetery, Banneville-la-Campagne, Normandy, Basse-Normandie, France



Latitude: 49.1678058, Longitude: -0.2190992

Cemetery: BANNEVILLE-LA-CAMPAGNE WAR CEMETERY Country: France Locality: Calvados Location Information: Banneville-la-Campagne is a village in Normandy, which is 10 kilometres east of Caen. The cemetery lies 100 metres south of the main road (the N175) between Caen and Pont L'Eveque, about 8 kilometres east of Caen. Historical Information: The Allied offensive in north-western Europe began with the Normandy landings of 6 June 1944. For the most part, the men buried at Banneville-la-Campagne War Cemetery were killed in the fighting from the second week of July 1944, when Caen was captured, to the last week in August, when the Falaise Gap had been closed and the Allied forces were preparing their advance beyond the Seine. The cemetery contains 2,170 Commonwealth burials of the Second World War, 140 of them unidentified, and five Polish graves. No. of Identified Casualties: 2035

All Burials

 #   Last name, First name(s)   Buried   Person ID   Tree 
1. ENEVER, Frederick Ernest   Died:  2 Aug 1944 Banneville-la-Campagne War Cemetery, Banneville-la-Campagne, Normandy, France Find all individuals with events at this location I19694 1. Essex Ennevers 
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