About Cimetière Chinois de Nolette
Cimetière Chinois de Nolette or the Nolette Chinese Cemetery in France is the burial place of 849 Chinese workers who died during World War One. Brought by the British from the colonies to help build the military infrastructure, most of these workers died from an outbreak of cholera.
Cimetière Chinois de Nolette is a memorial to these workers, built in a traditional Chinese style.
The Somme battlefields in France are a series of sites where the Battle of the Somme was fought during World War I.
The Franco Australian Museum in the Picardie region of France explores the contributions and experiences of Australian troops during World War I.
The Newfoundland Memorial represents the best surviving trench system from World War One and commemorates the efforts of the 1st Battalion of the Canadian Newfoundland Regiment.
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