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, 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: January 2 2016,
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....

, Last update: January 2 2016,
The majority of the 1100 soldiers buried at the Canadian War Cemetery in Adegem Belgium are Canadian, but there are also graves from other Commonwealth Nationals like Australia, New...

, Last update: January 6 2016,
Lancaster ND952 of RAF 626 Squadron was shot down during an air raid on railway yards near Vierzon, France, just South of Orleans. Of the 118 participating Lancasters, eleven...

, Last update: January 7 2016,
On the general cemetery at the village of Montfoort, Utrecht, the Netherlands lie the Commonwealth War Graves of the 8 crew members of a Stirling I - BF415 bomber,...

, Last update: December 25 2015,
During World War 2 there was a peaceful invasion of Jackson, Mississippi, for two years by nearly a thousand Dutch military flyers and many of their civilian family members.

, Last update: January 6 2016,
On the west side of the road from Caen to Falaise, the N158 in Normandy – France, lies a Canadian war cemetery. It lies about 14 kilometres south of Caen...

, Last update: January 6 2016,
The only Polish cemetery in France lies on the crossroad from Grainville–Langannerie to Urville, kilometres south of Caen. These fallen soldiers belong to Major–General Stanislaw Maczek and the Polish...

, Last update: January 7 2016,
In Arnhem, close to the Hartenstein Airborne Museum, is a Commonwealth Cemetery with fallen soldiers from operation Market Garden. The majority of those who fought and died during the...

, Last update: January 7 2016,
From the Royal Air Force Station Binbrook in 1943, near Brokenby in England, exactly 13 minutes before 10 pm, an Avro Lancaster Mark 1 takes off from the airfield...

, Last update: January 6 2016,
On our way from Wolfsschlucht 2 towards the French town Compiègne we drove past a French World War One military cemetery named “Cimetière National du Bois Robert”. It is...




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