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Photo d'actualité : Graves seen at Canadian War Cemetery near Dieppe,...

Photo d'actualité : Graves seen at Canadian War Cemetery near Dieppe,...

Canadian War Cemetery near Dieppe, France, 17 August 2013, two days short of the 73rd anniversary of the Dieppe raid. More than 6000 allied troops, mostly Canadians, landed on 19 August 1942. At the end of the day, after a fierce battle, the Allies had 1550 dead and some 2400 prisoners. 948 Commonwealth servicemen of WWII are buried or commemorated in this cemetery.

Canadian War Cemetery near Dieppe, France, 17 August 2013, two days short of the 73rd anniversary of the Dieppe raid. More than 6000 allied troops, mostly Canadians, landed on 19 August 1942. At the end of the day, after a fierce battle, the Allies had 1550 dead and some 2400 prisoners. 948 Commonwealth servicemen of WWII are buried or commemorated in this cemetery.

Photo d'actualité : Canadian War Cemetery near Dieppe, France, 17...

Photo d'actualité : Canadian War Cemetery near Dieppe, France, 17...

A photo of private Robert Boulanger lies in front of his tombstone at the Canadian War Cemetery near Dieppe, France, 18 August 2013, on the eve of the 71st anniversary of the Dieppe raid. More than 6000 allied troops, mostly Canadians, landed on 19 August 1942. At the end of the day, after a fierce battle, the Allies had 1550 dead and some 2400 prisoners. Dieppe's citizens and guests read the names of the 948 Commonwealth servicemen of WWII who are buried or commemorated in this cemetery.

A photo of private Robert Boulanger lies in front of his tombstone at the Canadian War Cemetery near Dieppe, France, 18 August 2013, on the eve of the 71st anniversary of the Dieppe raid. More than 6000 allied troops, mostly Canadians, landed on 19 August 1942. At the end of the day, after a fierce battle, the Allies had 1550 dead and some 2400 prisoners. Dieppe's citizens and guests read the names of the 948 Commonwealth servicemen of WWII who are buried or commemorated in this cemetery.

Flowers and photos at the grave of Private Robert Boulanger of Les Fusiliers Mont-Royal, R.C.I.C, at Canadian War Cemetery near Dieppe, France, 19 August 2013, on the 73rd anniversary of the Dieppe raid. More than 6000 allied troops, mostly Canadians, landed on 19 August 1942. At the end of the day, after a fierce battle, the Allies had 1550 dead and some 2400 prisoners. 948 Commonwealth servicemen of WWII are buried or commemorated in this cemetery.

Flowers and photos at the grave of Private Robert Boulanger of Les Fusiliers Mont-Royal, R.C.I.C, at Canadian War Cemetery near Dieppe, France, 19 August 2013, on the 73rd anniversary of the Dieppe raid. More than 6000 allied troops, mostly Canadians, landed on 19 August 1942. At the end of the day, after a fierce battle, the Allies had 1550 dead and some 2400 prisoners. 948 Commonwealth servicemen of WWII are buried or commemorated in this cemetery.

An unknown French soldier grave is flanked by two Canadian tombstones at the Canadian War Cemetery near Dieppe, France, 18 August 2013, on the eve of the 71st anniversary of the Dieppe raid. More than 6000 allied troops, mostly Canadians, landed on 19 August 1942. At the end of the day, after a fierce battle, the Allies had 1550 dead and some 2400 prisoners. Dieppe's citizens and guests read the names of the 948 Commonwealth servicemen of WWII who are buried or commemorated in this cemetery.

An unknown French soldier grave is flanked by two Canadian tombstones at the Canadian War Cemetery near Dieppe, France, 18 August 2013, on the eve of the 71st anniversary of the Dieppe raid. More than 6000 allied troops, mostly Canadians, landed on 19 August 1942. At the end of the day, after a fierce battle, the Allies had 1550 dead and some 2400 prisoners. Dieppe's citizens and guests read the names of the 948 Commonwealth servicemen of WWII who are buried or commemorated in this cemetery.

Roses by the grave of Private James Charles Townsend of the Royal Regiment of Canada, R.C.I.C., at the Canadian War Cemetery near Dieppe, France, 19 August 2013, on the 73rd anniversary of the Dieppe raid. More than 6000 allied troops, mostly Canadians, landed on 19 August 1942. At the end of the day, after a fierce battle, the Allies had 1550 dead and some 2400 prisoners. 948 Commonwealth servicemen of WWII are buried or commemorated in this cemetery.

Roses by the grave of Private James Charles Townsend of the Royal Regiment of Canada, R.C.I.C., at the Canadian War Cemetery near Dieppe, France, 19 August 2013, on the 73rd anniversary of the Dieppe raid. More than 6000 allied troops, mostly Canadians, landed on 19 August 1942. At the end of the day, after a fierce battle, the Allies had 1550 dead and some 2400 prisoners. 948 Commonwealth servicemen of WWII are buried or commemorated in this cemetery.

Canadian War Cemetery near Dieppe, France, 17 August 2013, two days short of the 73rd anniversary of the Dieppe raid. More than 6000 allied troops, mostly Canadians, landed on 19 August 1942. At the end of the day, after a fierce battle, the Allies had 1550 dead and some 2400 prisoners. 948 Commonwealth servicemen of WWII are buried or commemorated in this cemetery.

Canadian War Cemetery near Dieppe, France, 17 August 2013, two days short of the 73rd anniversary of the Dieppe raid. More than 6000 allied troops, mostly Canadians, landed on 19 August 1942. At the end of the day, after a fierce battle, the Allies had 1550 dead and some 2400 prisoners. 948 Commonwealth servicemen of WWII are buried or commemorated in this cemetery.

Flowers at the grave of an unknown Free French soldier at the Canadian War Cemetery near Dieppe, France, 19 August 2013, on the 73rd anniversary of the Dieppe raid. More than 6000 allied troops, mostly Canadians, landed on 19 August 1942. At the end of the day, after a fierce battle, the Allies had 1550 dead and some 2400 prisoners. 948 Commonwealth servicemen of WWII are buried or commemorated in this cemetery.

Flowers at the grave of an unknown Free French soldier at the Canadian War Cemetery near Dieppe, France, 19 August 2013, on the 73rd anniversary of the Dieppe raid. More than 6000 allied troops, mostly Canadians, landed on 19 August 1942. At the end of the day, after a fierce battle, the Allies had 1550 dead and some 2400 prisoners. 948 Commonwealth servicemen of WWII are buried or commemorated in this cemetery.

French Piper Claude Lothe plays at the Canadian War Cemetery near Dieppe, France, 18 August 2013, on the eve of the 71st anniversary of the Dieppe raid. More than 6000 allied troops, mostly Canadians, landed on 19 August 1942. At the end of the day, after a fierce battle, the Allies had 1550 dead and some 2400 prisoners. Dieppe's citizens and guests read the names of the 948 Commonwealth servicemen of WWII who are buried or commemorated in this cemetery.

French Piper Claude Lothe plays at the Canadian War Cemetery near Dieppe, France, 18 August 2013, on the eve of the 71st anniversary of the Dieppe raid. More than 6000 allied troops, mostly Canadians, landed on 19 August 1942. At the end of the day, after a fierce battle, the Allies had 1550 dead and some 2400 prisoners. Dieppe's citizens and guests read the names of the 948 Commonwealth servicemen of WWII who are buried or commemorated in this cemetery.

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