War Cemetery in
where 6,982 victims of WW II are buried, mostly the remains of those who
worked on the
Unlike the mass graves of the past, each soldier, whether a general or a
private, has his own named grave, whilst the tombstones of unknown victims
who fell are inscribed with the words Known Unto God, a text coined after
WWI by the poet Rudyard Kipling, author of The Jungle Book.