CROUY-VAUXROT FRENCH NATIONAL CEMETERY, CROUY

Country France
Region Aisne
Total identified casualties 30 Find these records
Casualties from First World War

Location Information

Crouy is a village in the Department of the Aisne, 4 kilometres north-east of Soissons on the road to Laon. Crouy-Vauxrot French National Cemetery is west of the village on the road to the hamlet of Vauxrot, which is on the Soissons-Chaury main road.


History Information

There are now 50, 1914-18 war casualties commemorated in this site. Of these, nearly half are unidentified, and special memorials are erected to ten soldiers who are believed to be among them. All were brought in after the Armistice and fell in September and October, 1914. Bucy-le-Long British Cemetery, 46 metres South-East of La Montagne Farm, contained the graves of 25 British soldiers (mainly of the 2nd Seaforths) who fell September and October, 1914.

NEARBY CWGC CEMETERIES & Memorials

SOISSONS MEMORIAL

Location: France, Aisne

Number of casualties: 3889

SOISSONS COMMUNAL CEMETERY

Location: France, Aisne

Number of casualties: 1

BUCY-LE-LONG COMMUNAL CEMETERY

Location: France, Aisne

Number of casualties: 2