Prowse Point Military Cemetery was started in late 1914 by men of the British 4th Division who served in this sector from the end of the First Battle of Ypres through the first winter of the war in 1914/15. Units of the division took part in the Christmas Truce here in December 1914. The cemetery has 217 graves.
The film shows a typical battlefield cemetery from the early war years along with the new reconstructed trenches which form part of an international commemoration of the Christmas Truce to take place in December 1914.
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