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The Bapaume Post Military Cemetery is one of the many smaller and medium size Commonwealth war cemeteries in the Albert area. The cemetery contains 410 Commonwealth graves from World War I - and is located just north east of Albert - on the D929 road.
  
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Some of the many World War I "A Soldier of the Great War" graves at the Bapaume Post Military Cemetery just east of Albert.

Some of the many World War I "A Soldier of the Great War" graves at the Bapaume Post Military Cemetery just east of Albert.
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The World War I grave of Major Sir Foster H. E. Cunliffe (killed on the 10th of July 1916) at the Bapaume Post Military Cemetery just east of Albert.

The World War I grave of Major Sir Foster H. E. Cunliffe (killed on the 10th of July 1916) at the Bapaume Post Military Cemetery just east of Albert.
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The World War I graves of Private M. Godfrey (killed on the 13th of July 1916) and the Canadian Lieutenant Bruce H. Acton Burrows (killed on the 25th of November 1916) at the Bapaume Post Military Cemetery just east of Albert.

The World War I graves of Private M. Godfrey (killed on the 13th of July 1916) and the Canadian Lieutenant Bruce H. Acton Burrows (killed on the 25th of November 1916) at the Bapaume Post Military Cemetery just east of Albert.
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The World War I grave of the Canadian Major John Simon Lewis (killed on the 18th of November 1916) at the Bapaume Post Military Cemetery just east of Albert.
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The World War I grave of Corporal F. J. Sinnott (killed on the 13th of July 1916) at the Bapaume Post Military Cemetery just east of Albert. His grave is flanked by the grave of "A British Airman of the Great War" (Royal Flying Corps).

The World War I grave of Corporal F. J. Sinnott (killed on the 13th of July 1916) at the Bapaume Post Military Cemetery just east of Albert. His grave is flanked by the grave of "A British Airman of the Great War" (Royal Flying Corps).
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A section of the Bapaume Post Military Cemetery just east of Albert.

A section of the Bapaume Post Military Cemetery just east of Albert.
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