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1,945 Entries in Luftwaffe Graves Managed by CWGC Database
On 16 October 1959, the governments of the United Kingdom and the Federal Republic of Germany made an agreement about the future care of the remains of German military personnel and German civilian internees of both World Wars who at the time were interred in various cemeteries not already maintained by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission. It was agreed that the remains would be transferred to a single central cemetery established on Cannock Chase for this purpose.

The German War Graves Commission (Volksbund Deutsche Kriegsgräberfürsorge or "VDK") made the necessary arrangements and the inauguration and dedication of this cemetery - which is maintained under the inter-government agreement by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission - took place in June 1967. It contains nearly 5,000 German and Austrian graves. A number of World War II Ukrainian volunteers captured when in German service are also buried here.

According to the Volksbund Deutsche Kriegsgräberfürsorge, just over 1000 German World War II casualties are still buried elsewhere in the UK, including 111 at Saint Peter Port (Fort George), Guernsey, and others at Brookwood Cemetery, Surrey. The remainder are interred in Commonwealth War Graves Commission-administered plots all over the UK, often near where their bodies were found or where they died. For example, three Luftwaffe bomber crew, whose Dornier ditched in the sea off Kingsdown, Kent in 1940, were buried in the military section of Hamilton Road Cemetery, Deal, Kent, less than 2 miles from the crash.

In the same locality as this cemetery, the Commonwealth Cannock Chase War Cemetery contains 286 German war graves, primarily of those who died in a local prisoner-of-war camp and hospital in World War I but also including graves of 58 Germans who had been reinterred here in 1963. [Source: Wikipedia]

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#Name* (↓)First Names*InitialsService NumberAgeDate of BirthAwardsDateOfDeath* (↓)RankServiceUnitAircraftCountryCemetery) (↓)NotesPhotoLinks
1 AugustinKarl-wernerK W1944-06-24LuftwaffeFranceBayeux War Cemetery, Plot Xiii Row C Grave 26.
2 BaumgartMaxM1944-07-14LuftwaffeFranceBayeux War Cemetery, Plot Xvii Row E Grave 16.
3 FobeBernhardB1944-08-21LuftwaffeFranceBayeux War Cemetery, Plot Ix Row E Grave 18.
4 HubnerAlfredA1944-09-04LuftwaffeFranceBayeux War Cemetery, Plot Ix Row C Grave 10.
5 KohlerE1944-08-28LuftwaffeFranceBayeux War Cemetery, Plot Xvii Row C Grave 3.
6 KulpRolfR1944-06-15LuftwaffeFranceBayeux War Cemetery, Plot Xiii Row a Grave 21.
7 LooseFritzF1944-08-23LuftwaffeFranceBayeux War Cemetery, Plot Ix Row F Grave 16.
8 OhlemeyerHeinrichH1944-06-23LuftwaffeFranceBayeux War Cemetery, Plot Xiii Row D Grave 2.
9 PodewskiBrunoB1944-06-23LuftwaffeFranceBayeux War Cemetery, Plot Xiii Row C Grave 13.
10 RippichPaulP1944-08-15LuftwaffeFranceBayeux War Cemetery, Plot Ix Row B Grave 5.
11 StoppOttoO1944-07-11LuftwaffeFranceBayeux War Cemetery, Plot Xiii Row D Grave 21.
12 Von FreedenGuntherG1944-06-24LuftwaffeFranceBayeux War Cemetery, Plot Xiii Row C Grave 25.
13 ZuhlkeHarryH1944-09-16LuftwaffeFranceBayeux War Cemetery, Plot Ix Row C Grave 16.

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