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, Last update: August 14 2017,
Geldern was bombed several times during World War Two, it was a target for bombing raids during the last months in 1944 and bombed on 14 February in 1945....

, Last update: August 2 2017,
Near the town of Hazebrouck in France is a World War One cemetery called La Kreule. La Creule was once a small town on its own but today Hazebrouck...

, Last update: August 26 2017,
Almost everyone with the slightest interest in WW2 is likely to know Field Marshal Erwin Rommel and his famous nickname "The Desert Fox" or "Wüstenfuchs". Erwin Rommel was one of...

, Last update: July 12 2017,
The German War Cemetery in Lommel is the largest WWII German Military Cemetery outside of Germany in Western Europe. The cemetery is the final resting place for a little...

, Last update: July 13 2017,
There are many Nationalities to be found on this Commonwealth Cemetery for both WW1 and WW2, like British, Norwegian, Czech, New Zealand, Canadian and Polish,  all from different regiments...

, Last update: June 17 2017,
In Groesbeek is a Commonwealth cemetery with mostly Canadian soldiers who lost their lives during the last months of the war. The soldiers lost their lives during Operation Veritable...

, Last update: May 23 2017,
St. James Church, Acton TrussellThe St. James Church is situated just outside the small village of Acton Trussell in the English county of Staffordshire. The church is from the...

, Last update: June 1 2017,
On camp road near Cannock Chase are two war cemeteries and two memorials. During World War One and World War Two a war camp was situated here complete with...

, Last update: May 18 2017,
With the construction of a military training complex in Wünsdorf-Zossen in 1909, this cemetery became the final resting place for soldiers from all over the world during both World...

, Last update: January 4 2017,
The Battle of the Bulge claimed many lives on both sides. In this last stage of the war during the winter of 1945, brave men gave their lives for...

, Last update: June 28 2016,
Right across the road from the Memorial of "The Fifty", lies a military cemetery of Russian origin. It's neglected headstones and tombs form a sharp contrast to the well...

, Last update: May 16 2016,
Commonwealth War Graves Glencoe Near the town of Glencoe is a cemetery with Commonwealth War Graves. The cemetery is not that big and looks out over Loch Leven. We saw...

, Last update: March 15 2017,
Paula Hitler was the younger sister of Adolf Hitler. Their fatherAlois Hitler had three wives during his life and Paula and Adolf are from the same mother, named Klara...

, Last update: January 2 2016,
A huge memorial and some vehicles to be seen in the Victory Park Chelyabinsk. The vehicles are not all from the Second World War. I guess they range from...

, Last update: January 2 2016,
Miass has the UralAZ factory, a truck plant with the same name as the mountain ridge. The Zis-5 lorry was build here in the years of World War Two....



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