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Australian National Memorial in The Villers–Bretonneux

At the back of the Villers-Bretonneux
Military Cemetery is the site of the
Australian National Memorial to the
Australian soldiers who fought in France and
Belgium and who lie under the battlefields.
The Memorial consists of a great central
tower flanked by wing walls carrying panels
commemorating the 10,772 Australian
casualties who died in France and who
have no known grave. Those who died in
Belgium and who have no known grave are
commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate)
Memorial to the Missing.


File nameAustralian National Memorial in The Villers–Bretonneux.jpg
File Size2.77m
Dimensions4912 x 3264
Linked toEric Alexander Sinclair

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