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I have to wonder what some of the people whose names are listed in the 'inventory' are doing in a 'working class' graveyard.

It is a fascinating post -- there must be similar graveyards throughout the Commonwealth.

What struck me was the fact that there are Canadian (I imagine American) military wives and children buried in cemeteries in Germany and France. Their graves -- so far away from home -- are sad reminders of the Cold War era.

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