The Bretteville-sur-Laze Canadian War Cemetery contains the remains 2,958 soldiers, 87 of them unidentified. The majority of the burials are Canadian in the later stages of the Battle of Normandy during the capture of Caen and thrust southwards to close the Falaise pocket.
The cemetery is located about 14 kilometres south of Caen at the end of Rue du Prieuré just off the main road from Caen to Falaise (N158).
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