|LtGen Tim Keating at Coxyde Cemetery|
On the cemetery there are 19 victims of WWI and 1victim of WWII (Lt Orchiston , RNZAF) buried from the New Zealand Forces, there is also an New Zealander who was serving with the Australian Artillery and one who served in a UK regiment. Lt Gen Keating and his staff payed their respect to every individual New Zealand grave and together with General Van Caelenberge they each lay a wreath for all 1517 victims from WWI and the 155 victims of WWII.
This CWGC-cemetery is the most important at the Belgian Coast and is just near the barracks of the Air Force Base of Coxyde (these days known as Koksijde).
This is a picture of a battlefield map with German defence transparent over google earth map, the British sector was from the sea till St Joris/St George.