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Commonwealth War Cemetery Welsh (Ceasar's Nose)

It was started in July 1917 by the 38th (Welsh) Division who started off from this area during the Third battle of Ypres in the direction of Langemark.

The triangular shape of the German front line was nicknamed Caeser's nose by the British troops

Welsh (Ceasar's Nose) Cemetery in Ypres contains 68 Commonwealth war graves from World War I. Of these, 9 are unidentified.

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  • Text: Fedor de Vries & Gio Theunissen
  • Photos: Luc van Waeyenberge

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