Commemoration of 19 Australian soldiers

15 April 2018 , 10:00

On 15 April, Allonville will honour the 19 Australian soldiers and officers killed on 31 May 1918 in the barns of the castle.

Allonville Communal Cemetery

Children will put flowers on all the graves of soldiers who died during the war. There will be a pipe band, photographic exhibition and theatre.

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