Cemeteries the POWs were Disintered from:

World War II 


Angler Camp Cemetery, Marathon, Ontario

  • 4 POWs were originally buried at this location


Cataraqui Cemetery, Cataraqui (now Kingston), Ontario

  • 3 POWs were originally buried at this location


City of Lethbridge Cemetery, Lethbridge, Alberta

  • 14 POWs were originally buried at this location


Espanola Public Cemetery, Espanola, Ontario

  • POWs were originally buried at this location


Fort Massey Halifax Military Cemetery, Halifax, Nova Scotia

  • POW was originally buried at this location


Fredericton Cemetery, Fredericton, New Brunswick

  • POWs were originally buried at this location


Hermitage Cemetery, Fredericton, New Brunswick

  • POWs were originally buried at this location


Hillside Cemetery, Medicine Hat, Alberta

  • 20 POWs were originally buried at this location


Iroquois Falls Public Cemetery, Iroquois Falls, Ontario

  • 16 POWs were originally buried at this location


Lake of the Woods Cemetery, Kenora, Ontario

  • POWs were originally buried at this location


Mickle Memorial Cemetery, Gravenhurst, Ontario

  • POWs were originally buried at this location


Mortlach Cemetery, Mortlach, Saskatchewan

  • POW was originally buried at this location


Mount Hermon Cemetery, Bergerville, Quebec

  • 1 POW was originally buried at this location


Mount Royal Cemetery, Montreal, Quebec

  • POWs were originally buried at this location


Mountain View Cemetery, Fort William (now Thunder Bay), Ontario

  • POW was originally buried at this location


Mountain View Cemetery, Lethbridge, Alberta

  • POWs were originally buried at this location


Notre Dame des Neiges Cemetery, Montreal, Quebec

  • POWs were originally buried at this location


Park Lawn Cemetery, Toronto, Ontario

  • 10 POWs were originally buried at this location


Pigeon Timber Company Camp 76, Neys, Ontario

  • POW was originally buried at this location


Pinecrest Cemetery, Ottawa, Ontario

  • POWs were originally buried at this location


Prison Yard, Lethbridge Jail, Lethbridge, Alberta

  • 5 executed POWs were originally buried at this location


Queen's Park Cemetery, Calgary, Alberta

  • POWs were originally buried at this location


Riverside Cemetery, Dauphin, Manitoba

  • POW was originally buried at this location


Riverside Cemetery, Port Arthur, Ontario

  • 25 POWs were originally buried at this location


Rock Mount Cemetery, Iroquois Falls, Ontario

  • POWs were originally buried at this location


Roman Catholic Cemetery, Pembroke, Ontario

  • POWs were originally buried at this location


Sioux Lookout Public Cemetery, Sioux Lookout, Ontario

  • POW was originally buried at this location


St. Andrew's Cemetery, Port Arthur, Ontario

  • POWs were originally buried at this location


St. Dunstan's Cemetery, Fredericton, New Brunswick

  • POW was originally buried at this location


Wainwright Cemetery, Wainwright, Alberta

  • POW was originally buried at this location


By Province:
Alberta - 6 cemeteries, 49 POWs
Manitoba - 1 cemetery, 1 POW
New Brunswick - 3 cemeteries, 6 POWs
Nova Scotia - 1 cemetery, 1 POW
Ontario - 16 cemeteries, 82 POWs
Quebec - 3 cemeteries, 8 POWs
Saskatchewan - 1 cemetery, 1 POW

Total = 29 cemeteries, 148 POWs



World War I 

Total = 7 cemeteries, 39 POWs

Cemetery locations still being researched.







History of German POWs in Canada


German War Graves in Canada