Remembering those who fought in the Great War.

Sarralbe Military Cemetery, Moselle, France

Historical Information

Sarralbe Military Cemetery was begun by the Germans but now contains only the graves of Commonwealth soldiers who died as prisoners of war. 

The cemetery contains 94 Commonwealth burials of the First World War, three of which are unidentified. Sixty-three of the graves were brought from Haboudange Communal Cemetery German Extension, Morhange, Plaine-de-Walsch, Sarrebourg, Sarreguemines and Saverne (Zabern) Military Cemeteries and Czersk and Furstenfeldbruck Prisoners of War Cemeteries. There are special memorials 11 casualties buried at Morhange and Sarrebourg whose graves could not be found.

Inverclyde men and women listed at Sarralbe Military Cemetery, Moselle, France