Woodland Cemetery

The graves of 187 German Prisoners of War from the First and Second World War are located at Woodland Cemetery in Kitchener, CanadaThis page provides an overview of the cemetery and includes contact information, maps, and a layout of the German War Graves Section.


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Graves Registry

The Registry is the main reason behind the existence of this website. It contains an alphabetical listing of every POW buried in the German War Graves Section of the Woodland Cemetery. Included in the Registry are photos of every grave marker in the cemetery.


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POWs in Canada - History

A continual work in progress, the POW History page contains information about the men who are interred at Woodland. Also included on this page are other items of interest concerning the history of German POWs in Canada.


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German War Graves in Canada

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War Graves Monument & Memorial Alcove

The German War Graves Section of Woodland Cemetery is divided into three sections consisting of a memorial monument, grave markers, and a fieldstone alcove. Visit this page for a closer look at the two areas that border the German War Graves section.


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News & Links

Located in this page are links to other websites with information concerning the German War Graves in Canada. The page also contains new items that have been added to the website that include photos and newspaper articles concerning the Volkstrauertag services that are held annually at the Woodland Cemetery.


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