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French War graves Kruth

The general cemetery, behind the church (Église Saint-Wendelin) contains the graves of 24 soldiers who died in the First World War.

In a separate place is the grave of a resistance fighter from the Second World War, Jacques Marie Salvy ROUS DE FÉNEYROLS.
To the right of that last grave is the grave of the mother of the resistance fighter. She had included in her will that she wanted to be buried next to her son. The municipality of Kruth has allowed this, so that a non-soldier/ressitence fighter is buried in the military cemetery.

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