During the Second World War, Le Havre was one of the evacuation ports for the British Expeditionary force in 1940 and towards the end of the war it was used as a supply and reinforcement base.
The 364 Second World War burials (59 of them unidentified) were made in Divisions 64 and 67 of Ste. Marie Cemetery in Le Havre.
On the cemetery there are also 1689 First World War burials.
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