VC Corner Cemetery was constructed in 1920-21 from over 400 bodies recovered after the Armistice from the battlefield. It is not a mass grave like the recently discovered nearby Pheasant Wood site. The unknown men were buried in separate graves but with no headstones. Two white concrete crosses inlaid into the grass and beds of roses mark the locations of the interred. The wall in the distance is a memorial that inscribes the names of nearly 2000 men with no known grave on the battlefield.
Historians are unsure how the cemetery got it's name, it certainly does not refer to Victoria Crosses won at this battle but it probably is a nickname from the battle to an unknown act of bravery that occurred here.
It is supposedly a unique cemetery on the Western Front. It is the only one with no headstones and contains only Australian Servicemen.