The national necropolis of Betz
La nécropole nationale de Betz. © ECPAD
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Situated a few kilometres from Acy-le-Multien, the national necropolis of Betz-Montrolles contains the bodies of 44 soldiers who died for France, including 21 in an ossuary. The other combatants, most of whom fell during the Battle of the Matz in June 1918 and were repatriated in ambulance 5/1 from Betz, lie in individual graves.
Saluting the memory of the soldiers of the Army of Paris who fought on the battlefields of the Ourcq, a monument / ossuary preserves the remains of combatants killed between 7th and 9th September 1914 in the vicinity of the Bois de Montrolles.
Au sud-ouest de Villers-Cotterêts, D 332
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