Tincourt New British Cemetery
One of many British World War I cemeteries in the region. During World War I, the towns of Tincourt, used as a casualty clearing station, and Boucly (then separate towns) were occupied by British troops during the German Retreat to the Hindenburg Line. Started in june of 1917, Tincourt New British Cemetery now conatains over 2,000 burials of casualties from World War I, including soldiers from the UK, Australia, Canada, and Germany. In 1918, there were 136 Americans buried here; they have all since been moved to the Somme American Cemetery.
Rue de la Flaque , 80240 , Tincourt-Boucly , 80-Somme , Hauts-de-France , France
On the north side of Rue de la Flaque on the hill. Surrounded by a field.
Map reference (click on pin to see Lat/Long):
49.939814 3.036536 Rue de la Flaque
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