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Commonwealth War Cemetery Hotton

The village of Hotton was the western limit of the great German counter offensive in the Ardennes in January 1945. A great many of the burials in Hotton War Cemetery date from that time, although there are also some from May 1940.

The cemetery contains 666 Commonwealth burials of the Second World War, 21 of them unidentified.
Of the 649 identified dead, there are 508 British, 41 Australians, 88 Canadians, 11 New Zealanders and one Polish.

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