Canadian Military Cemetery at Bény-sur-Mer Reviers

The Canadian Cemetery. Photo DMPA

In the Canadian Military Cemetery at Bény-sur-Mer Reviers, lie the remains of the 335 soldiers of the Third Canadian Division...
In the Canadian Military Cemetery at Bény-sur-Mer Reviers, lie the remains of the 335 soldiers of the Third Canadian Division, who came ashore at Juno Beach on 6th June 1944, and were killed in the Landings, along with 1694 Canadian soldiers and 15 airmen who lost their lives during the fighting on the advance inland. Also buried at Bény are one airman and three soldiers from Britain and one French soldier. The other Canadians who lost their lives in the Battle for Normandy are buried in the Canadian military cemetery at Bretteville-sur-Laize.
  • Le monument. Photo DMPA

  • Le cimetière canadien. Photo DMPA

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    14440
    Beny sur mer

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    Février, novembre et décembre: de 10h à 17h.

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