The cemetery contains 377 burials, seven of which are unidentified. Most of the burials are from the heavy fighting in June and July 1944 when Commonwealth forces attempted to encircle the south of Caen.
Brouay War Cemetery can be accessed via some steps in the eastern corner of the village churchyard.
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A memorial to the members of the Royal Winnipeg Rifles and supporting arms who were murdered while prisoners of war at Le Chateau D'Audrieu and at Le Haut Du Bosq.Read more
A memorial to the men of the Durham Light Infantry who were murdered by the 12th SS Reconnaissance Battalion in the grounds of Chateau D'Audrieu.Read more
A memorial located in Bretteville-l'Orgueilleuse to the liberation of communes with the dates of liberation and the units involved in the liberation.Read more