The inscription on the Memorial reads "In 1944, the British came to free the homeland of William the Conqueror"--ironic in that William the Conqueror invaded Britain in 1066.
Cross the busy street to reach the gravesites.
There are 4144 simple gravestones in the cemetery. Soldiers from all countries (including Germany) are buried here. Only US soldiers are not found here--the US requires its soldiers to be buried on US property.
Remembrance poppy, originally inspired by the WWI poem "In Flanders Fields." It symbolizes the sacrifices made by the soldiers.
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