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This Commonwealth Graves Commission Cemetery is overwhelmingly dedicated to the Canadians of the 3rd Divison who came ashore on June 6, 1944, at nearby Juno Beach; 2044 of the 2049 graves are Canadians including 335 of the 3rd Division who died on June 6. The cemetery contains a cenotaph inscribed with the words “Their Name Liveth for Evermore” as well as the bronze sword on the Canadian Cross. There are also two watchtowers which offer views toward the beach.

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