Canadian War Cemetery

Patrimoine culturel,

BENY-SUR-MER

Cimetière canadien, Bény sur Mer
Arnaud Guérin - Lithosphère - www.arnaudguerin.com
Cimetière canadien, Bény sur Mer
Arnaud Guérin - Lithosphère - www.arnaudguerin.com
Cimetière canadien de Bény sur Mer
G. Wait / OTI Bessin
Vue sur le cimetière canadien de Bény sur Mer
G. Wait / OTI Bessin
Cimetière militaire canadien de Bény sur Mer
CRT Normandie
Cimetière canadien de Bény
G. Wait / OTI Bessin
Cimetière militaire canadien de Bény sur Mer
CRT Normandie
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Nathalie PAPOUIN

It is in this Bény-sur-Mer Reviers Canadian War Cemetery that the 335 soldiers of the 3rd Canadian Division who landed on 6 June 1944 in the Juno Beach area and were engaged in the fighting are buried.

Most of these buried soldiers were killed in June and early July 1944 during the Battle of Caen and on D-Day in the terrible fighting on the beach. The Canadian prisoners of war executed by the SS-Panzer Hitlerjugend at the Abbey of Ardenne are also buried in this cemetery.

Also buried in the 2,049 graves are 1,694 Canadian soldiers and 15 airmen who fell in the fighting on the advance into the interior, as well as one airman, three British soldiers and one French soldier.

Coach parking.

Prices

Gratuities

Services

Equipment

  • Free parking

Sittings

  • Groups welcome