Happegarbes Military Cemetery (1918)

If you visit the military cemeteries of Landrecies and of all its canton, you'll find more than 2,000 tombs of British soldiers. Most of them were killed at the end of World War I, during the fierce battle led by Sir Ronald Charles in the faubourg du Quesnoy to seize Landrecies.

In Happegarbes, a Landrecian hamlet, there is a military cemetery gathering 165 British tombs. These soldiers came from Lancashire, Warwickshire or Gloucestershire.