Commonwealth War Cemetery Hotton
(Belgium - Luxembourg - Hotton)
The village of Hotton was the western limit of the great German counter offensive in the Ardennes in January 1945. A great many of the burials in Hotton War Cemetery date from that time, although there are also some from May 1940.
The cemetery contains 666 Commonwealth burials of the Second World War, 21 of them unidentified.
Click for more information on the overview at the bottom of the page.
- Text: Commonwealth War Graves Commission
- Photos: Anneke Moerenhout (1,2), Ewoud van Eig (3) & Fedor de Vries (4,5)
Address and contactinformation
- Rue de la Liberation
- WWII grade:
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Where is it?
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Point of interest
Amongst others, the following persons are buried here or mentioned on the Wall of Missing (Overview)
|Griffiths, John Francis|
† May 9th, 1945
Plot: III Row: C Grave: 5
|Lawless, Peter Henry|
† March 9th, 1945
Plot: VII Row: A Grave: 8