Cambrai Memorial to the Missing
|Commonwealth War Graves Commission|
|For soldiers missing in the area during World War I|
|Unveiled||4 August 1930|
near Doignies, France
|Designed by||H Chalton Bradshaw|
|Statistics source: Cemetery details. Commonwealth War Graves Commission.|
The Cambrai Memorial to the Missing (sometimes referred to as the Louverval Memorial) is a Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) memorial for the missing soldiers of World War I who fought in the Battle of Cambrai on the Western Front.
The memorial stands at one end of Louverval Military Commonwealth War Graves Commission Cemetery, which was founded by Commonwealth troops in April 1917 on the site of Louverval Chateau in northern France.
It was unveiled on 4 August 1930 by Lieutenant-General Sir Louis Ridley Vaughan.
- Private George William Burdett Clare
- Private Frederick George Dancox
- 2nd Lt James Samuel Emerson
- Major Frederick Henry Johnson
- Captain Allastair Malcolm Cluny McReady-Diarmid
- Captain Walter Napleton Stone
- Captain Richard William Leslie Wain
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