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A unique CWG cemetery in the that the Germans buried the dead in their fashion in back to back rows and CWG maintained this when they took over the cemetery. A beautiful tribute to so many lost in the folly that was Mounbatten’s decision to...More
Very well kept cemetery. Good location with easy access from Dieppe centre. Not far away is an excellent campsite La Source with good facilities. To get to cemetery from here it is a steep climb up a hill bit very worth the effort.
War is a terrible waste of human life. This political decision was a folly, killing and maiming too many of our young Canadian, British and American soldiers. The cemetery is a respectful place to lay to rest these poor souls.
Although we knew about the history and loss of life, we were not prepared for the emotional surge we felt when we entered the cemetery. It is beautiful, well kept and well marked if arriving by car. A must see for all Canadians in the...More
I took my cousin to see the Canadian War Cemetery at Dieppe. Both our fathers were in the 2nd Canadian Division which did the raid and it was especially moving to see members of their regiment resting there. For young men who died so violently,...More
We are very grateful to France for the very good care they are taking for our fallen soldiers. Also to the German Army for originally laying our young men in their graves. It is very moving to see the rows of young lives cut short!...More
This is worth the trip although you can't walk there from the city centre. If you come to Dieppe by train, walk to the city centre bridge and there is a taxi stand. From there call the number posted above, the ride will cost you...More
This the final resting place for many Canadian and UK service people from the 1942 raid on Dieppe it's the usuall Coomonwealth cemetery, very well done, perfectly maintained and a must see for people interested in our war time heritage