Total 3243 commemorations in 16 cemeteries  

The cut off dates of death for war graves is :
WWI – 31st August 1921
WWII – 31st December 1947

Anything after these dates should be veterans graves
and not photographed.
 Please check in with the project representative before heading out to do any photography. He will know which ones have been done so far and may save you a trip.

Red locations have been done
Blue locations have been assigned
Burgundy locations have been partly done

Becklingen War Cemetery 140 130 of 140 done Tim Mosey (ask for remaining list )
Berlin 1939-1945 War Cemetery 529 Eric Reid
Berlin South-western Cemetery 15 John & Liz Forrester, Eric McGeer & Sylvia Wayne
Celle War Cemetery 3 Tim Mosey
Cologne Southern Cemetery 52 Done by Doeke Oostra
Durnbach War Cemetery 482 Karl Simbeck & Zachary Shewchuk, Kenn & Sue Doerksen, Eric & Sylvia McGeer
Giessen Jewish Cemetery 1
Hamburg Cemetery 136 Glenn Burns
Hanover War Cemetery 333 Done Tim Mosey, Eric McGeer, Sylvia Wayne
Kiel War Cemetery 148 Done by John & Liz Forrester, Eric McGeer, Sylvia Wayne
Munster Heath War Cemetery 5 Doeke Oostra, Geoff & Jill Smith
Niederzwehren War Cemetery 50 Doeke Oostra
Oberschleisheim Churchyard 2
Reichswald Forest War Cemetery 706 Doeke Oostra, Roel Kerkhoff, Daan den Hartog, Steve Douglas, Matt Smith, Alison Smith
Reinberg War Cemetery 516 Doeke Oostra, Alison Smith, Matt Smith, Steve Douglas 
Sage War Cemetery 125 (Done – Doeke Oostra)

** Please keep an eye out for graves of Newfoundlanders. As Newfoundland was not part of Canada until 1949, some of them may not be included in these numbers