Welsh Cemetery (Caesar's Nose)
  • Een zicht op Welsh Cemetery (Caesar's Nose). Op de achtergrond de Ieperse industriezone.
  • Een aantal graven.
  • Ook deze begraafplaats is omringd door landbouwvelden.
Practical info
Boezinge (formerly Boesinghe) is located north of the town of Ieper on the N369 road direction Diksmuide. The Cemetery is located in Kleinepoezelstraat east of the village. From the N369 right into Brugstraat, over the bridge and bear right into Langemarkseweg to the crossroads. Turn right into Kleinepoezelstraat, follow this road to the crossroads and turn left into Moortelweg. The cemetery is approx 100 Metres along on the right hand side.
Boezinge, Ieper
Ground - aerial
GPS-Reference R5551 - Welsh Cemetery (Caesar's Nose)
DMSX N 50°53'12.3'' - E002°52'53.3''
DMX N 50°53.204' - E002°52.889'
D N 50.886736° - E002.881484°
UTM 31U E 491663 N 5637236
GOOGLE EARTH 50 53.204 N, 002 52.889 E
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Boezinge village is on the West side of the Canal, and was, during the greater part of the war, directly faced by the German front line on the East side. Welsh Cemetery was begun in July, 1917, at the spot known then as Caesar's Nose, by the 38th (Welsh) Division, twenty-three of whose soldiers are buried here; and it was used until the following November.

There are now nearly 70, 1914-18 war casualties commemorated in this site. The cemetery covers an area of 395 square metres and is enclosed by a low brick wall.

Burials (Commonwealth War Graves Commission):
  • United Kingdom: 68
Related links
  • The battle of Pilkem http://www.wo1.be/nl/geschiedenis/gastbijdragen/militaire-en-burgerlijke-geschiedenis/de-slag-van-pilkem-de-gebeurtenissen-van-31-juli-1917-op-het-grondgebied-boezin