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Verdun-Bevaux French Cemetery -  World War I & II Memorial - Verdun - European Tourist Guide - euro-t-guide.com

The Verdun-Bevaux French Cemetery is located at the most southern part of the city of Verdun - at the edge of the city. The cemetery contains 3,592 French war graves from World War I & II. Most of the graves are however from World War I. 
 
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One of the many French World War I & II graves at the Verdun-Bevaux French Cemetery in Verdun. The grave at the front is for a Charles Pince, who was killed on the 14th of Paril 1916.

One of the many French World War I & II graves at the Verdun-Bevaux French Cemetery in Verdun. The grave at the front is for a Charles Pince, who was killed on the 14th of Paril 1916.
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Some of the many French World War I & II graves at the Verdun-Bevaux French Cemetery in Verdun. In the front a high ranking French officer - Pierre Meyrignac, who was killed on the 16th of June 1940.

Some of the many French World War I & II graves at the Verdun-Bevaux French Cemetery in Verdun. In the front a high ranking French officer - Pierre Meyrignac, who was killed on the 16th of June 1940.
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Some of the many French World War I & II graves at the Verdun-Bevaux French Cemetery in Verdun. Including some of the Muslim graves.

Some of the many French World War I & II graves at the Verdun-Bevaux French Cemetery in Verdun. Including some of the Muslim graves.
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Some of the many French World War I & II graves at the Verdun-Bevaux French Cemetery in Verdun. The soldier in the front was killed in 1918.
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Some of the many French World War I & II graves at the Verdun-Bevaux French Cemetery in Verdun. The grave at the front is for aCamile Ristat, who lost his life on the 10th of October 1918.

Some of the many French World War I & II graves at the Verdun-Bevaux French Cemetery in Verdun. The grave at the front is for aCamile Ristat, who lost his life on the 10th of October 1918.
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Some of the many French World War I & II graves at the Verdun-Bevaux French Cemetery in Verdun. The two soldiers in the front are "unknown".

Some of the many French World War I & II graves at the Verdun-Bevaux French Cemetery in Verdun. The two soldiers in the front are "unknown".
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