The aim of the British Graves Service was as far as possible to treat enemy combatants equally. However, this did not mean that they were buried with the Allied dead. German plots were created, which used the same style of temporary cross and lettering as in the Allied plots, as in this image of an unknown German cemetery, probably in France judging by the dates on some of the graves.
N.B. This was later identified by a reader ‘Richard’ as being Plot X at the Tilly-sur-Seulles War Cemetery in Calvados, Frances. Ironically, the battle of Tilly-sur-Seules was the most detailed account which Anthony Cotterell, who was travelling with the Sherwood Rangers, gave of a tank battle in the Normandy campaign.