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BONN NORTH CEMETERY Print this image

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Location Information

Bonn is a city in West Germany approx 30km south of Köln (Cologne).

From the A555 Köln to Bonn motorway take exit 5b (Ausfahrt 5b) ALFTER / BORNHEIM and follow direction L118 HERSEL, continue along the ROISDORFER STRAßE for approx 1km, then turn right onto ELBESTRAßE, continue for approx 2.8kms (road name changes to KÖLNSTRAßE) and the main entrance to the civilian cemetery can be found on the right.
Turn right immediately inside the entrance gate and continue for approx 250m (past the German War Graves), then turn left. The CWGC headstone can be found 50m along this path on the left.

The cemetery address is:-
Kölnstraße 487
53117 Bonn

GPS Location is:-
N 50 45 14
E 07 04 17

Google Maps Link:-,+E+07+04+17

Historical Information

The majority of First World War Commonwealth war graves in Germany were moved into four permanent cemeteries after the war. However, a few graves could not be moved on religious grounds or for other reasons and they remain in their original locations in German military and civil cemeteries.

Bonn was the Canadian Corps Headquarters after the Armistice and medical units were stationed there. Bonn North Cemetery contains the graves of three Indian artillerymen of the Army of Occupation.