St. Pol British Cemetery was begun in March 1918, when the extension to the communal cemetery was almost full; the last burial was made in July 1920. St. Pol British Cemetery contains 258 Commonwealth burials of the First World War. the graves of seven Australian servicemen are represented by special memorials; they were among sixteen men of the 58th Battalion AIF killed by a shell at St. Pol station on 27 March 1918. The cemetery also contains four Second World War burials and two French war graves. (Source: CWGC)
Many thanks to Claude Laignel for the pictures.
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