Hermanville War Cemetery

The Hermanvile War Cemetery was originally known as Sword Beach Cemetery due to its proximity to Sword Beach. Many of the burials were from the men of the 3rd Division who stormed the beach on the 6th June 1944.

The cemetery contains 1,003 graves, 103 of them are unidentified. 986 are British, 13 are Canadian, 3 are Australian and 3 are French.

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Listing: Hermanville War Cemetery


Rue du Cimetière Anglais
Parking: Free parking on site


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