DEUTZ JEWISH CEMETERY
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|Casualties from||First World War|
Deutz is a district of the city of KÖLN (Cologne) in West Germany approx 30kms to the north of Bonn. From the A4 Aachen to Koln motorway take exit 13 (Ausfahrt 13) KÖLN-POLL and follow the L82 SIEGBURGERSTRAßE direction ZENTRUM / DEUTZ / POLL for approx 3kms. Turn right onto KALTENBORNWEG and continue for approx 150m then turn left onto ALTER MÜHLENWEG continue for approx 60m then turn right onto JUDENKIRCHHOFSWEG. The main entrance to the Jewish Cemetery can be found on the left. On entering the cemetery continue past the toolshed for approx 60m then turn left continue for approx 80m. The CWGC grave (private memorial and CWGC headstone) can be found on the left. The cemetery address is : Judenkirchhofsweg 6 50679 Köln, Germany GPS Co-ordinates: N 50 55 40, E 06 58 50
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. Deutz Jewish Cemetery contains one Commonwealth burial of the First World War.