The CWGC Passchendaele New British Cemetery was established after World War I as a collective cemetery of scattered graves on the battlefields around Passchendaele and Langemark. Almost all the fallen fell in the autumn of 1917.
Architects Charles Holden and Wilfrid Clement Von Berg were responsible for designing the site. Today, 2101 dead are commemorated, the majority of whom have not been identified. Three Canadians were interred in June 2003.
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