Commonwealth War Cemetery

Commonwealth War Cemetery


Klagenfurt, Austria (AT)
Klagenfurt, the only Commonwealth war cemetery in Austria, was begun in June 1945 by the British occupying forces, who moved graves into it from all over the country. It now contains 589 Commonwealth burials of the Second World War. Between 1950 and 1954, eight First World War graves were moved into the cemetery from small cemeteries at Innsbruck, Mauthausen, Muhldorf and Vienna.
Klagenfurt, the only Commonwealth war cemetery in Austria, was begun in June 1945 by the British occupying forces, who moved graves into it from all over the country. It now contains 589 Commonwealth burials of the Second World War. Between 1950 and 1954, eight First World War graves were moved into the cemetery from small cemeteries at Innsbruck, Mauthausen, Muhldorf and Vienna.
View in Google Earth Cemeteries, Military - Historic
Links: www.cwgc.org
By: bubaonline

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