In Dinant right before the entrance to the Citadel is a War Cemetery with 1200 soldier from World War One, twenty five Commonwealth war graves of airmen and some French World War Two soldiers. Some fell on the first day during the attack on Belgium and France on the 10th of May 1940.
A statue is erected for a French Sergeant, Major Bouchez of the 8th Riffle Infantry Regiment, who Seized a German flag which the invading forced planted on the Citadel during an assault at the French troops on 15th of August in 1914.
Dinant (Citadelle) Military Cemetery contains the graves of 25 airmen of the Second World War. The graves are located in the far left hand corner of the French Military Cemetery and cannot be seen from the entrance.
In the far corner, opposite of the Common Wealth war graves, rest French World War Two soldiers. Some fell on the first day of combat during Fall Gelb, the German attack on the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg and France.
The cemetery can be visited during daytime hours.