Villers Station Cemetery contains 1,208 Commonwealth burials of the First World War and 32 German war graves.
There are 74 Canadians buried here from the Battle of Vimy Ridge.
We read some paragraphs about Canadian soldiers who had died during World War I and are buried here. Afterwards students found the grave marker and left a poppy, Canadian flag and paragraph at the headstone.
We also visited a German cemetery, Hill 62 and tunnels and visited the bunkers where John McCrae of Guelph, writer of "In Flanders Fields" once fought.