Wailly WWI war cemetery

Wailly WWI war cemetery (StreetView)
The cemetery was begun in May 1916 by the Liverpool battalions of the 55th (West Lancashire) Division, as a front line cemetery, screened from German observation by a high wall. It was little used in 1917, but in March-August 1918, it was considerably enlarged by the Canadian and other units defending the Third Army front. Casualty Details: UK 177, Canada 189, Total Burials: 366
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