, Last update: December 17 2017,
This is the only large WW2 cemetery for fallen American soldiers on Dutch soil. Most of these victims fell during Operation Marketgarden, the Ardennes Offensive and the Battle of...

, Last update: December 7 2017,
In this quiet graveyard of the Parish Church of St Martin's Bladon, England, lies the grave of Sir Winston Churchill (1874-1965).

, 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 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...

, Last update: January 7 2016,
This is the memorial in Karlshagen. During the 60's, on the southside of this cemetery a mass grave was discovered containing 56 dead.

, Last update: January 7 2016,
In one day we visited the Amersfoort cemetery in Leusden and camp Amersfoort. Both locations, the camp and the cemetery, lie only 5 kilometres apart. Right beside the car...

, Last update: January 29 2016,
This year our annual roadtrip took us back to Koblenz for some unfinished business. Last year we underestimated the size and equipment of the Wehrtechnische Studiensammlung Koblenz .... big...

, Last update: January 7 2016,
With a view on Omaha Beach and the English Channel from which they came, 9.387 white crosses and stars look out from their final resting place on this American...

, Last update: January 7 2016,
Here at Hürtgen War Cemetery (Soldatenfriedhof or Ehrenfriedhof Hürtgen) 3001 mostly German casualties of war have found their final resting place. 500 victims have not been identified. Among these...

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