The Banneville-La-Campagne Cemetery contains 2,170 Commonwealth burials from the Second World War, 140 of them are unidentified and 5 are Polish graves.
Most of the men buried at Banneville-La-Campagne Cemetery were killed from the second week of July when Caen was captured to the last week in August when the Falaise Gap had been closed.
The cemetery is located on D675 between Caen and Troam, about 8 km from Caen.
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