Forges-Les-Eaux Communal Cemetery
- Country France
- Total identified casualties 18 Find these casualties
- Region Seine-Maritime
- Identified casualties from First & Second World War
- GPS Coordinates Latitude: 49.61498, Longitude: 1.54157
Forges-les-Eaux is a small town in the Department of the Seine-Inferieure. The Communal Cemetery and Extension is west of the main road to Neufchatel.
The commune contained, during the War, No. 7 Veterinary Hospital and some French medical units; and the Extension (which was included in the Communal Cemetery after the War) was made by the latter. At the North and South ends of the COMMUNAL CEMETERY are the graves of five soldiers from the United Kingdom who died in 1914-17.
The EXTENSION contained originally over 200 French, French Colonial and German graves. Two soldiers of the British West Indies Regiment and one from Canada, who died in 1918-19 are buried close to the old boundary of the Communal Cemetery.