||ST. MANVIEU WAR CEMETERY, CHEUX, Calvados,
|X. H. 19.
||This cemetery is reached from Caen by taking
route D9 westwards. After about 8 kilometres, the road by-passes St
Manvieu village, while Cheux lies 2 kilometres to the left. You will
find St Manvieu War Cemetery on the right hand side.
||The men who lie buried in St. Manvieu War
Cemetery died for the most part in the fluctuating and severe fighting
from mid-June to the end of July 1944 in the region between
Tilly-sur-Seulles and Caen. Plots XI, XII, XVII and XVIII contain German
graves. There are now 1627, 1939-45 Commonwealth war casualties
commemorated in this site. Of these 49 are unidentified. Also
commemorated here are 556 Foreign National casualties.