Henri-Chapelle American Cemetery, Henri-Chapelle

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  • Over 8,000 graves of Allied soldiers can be seen in this memorable place. You think about. Especially if one reads the many entries of the bomber crews, the also in Germany have taken innocent civilians without having to think about. After all, they were on the side of the winner. War is politics. But numerous German and East Belgian sons and fathers and grandfathers had to go to war whether they wanted to or not, and came back wounded and severely, for their entire lives traumatized in the misery. It should be remembered also. People are actually always with each other. Is that not crazy?
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  • A visit is worth it, very well maintained, cemetery in any case. And you should take really the time to work on the impressions.
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  • Are you interested in the war history of the second world war then you need this experienced and have seen. Impressive and interesting.
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  • A somber reminder of all the lives that were lost in WW2. God bless America and all that gave the ultimate sacrifice. A beautiful memorial, very well maintained. It was a honor to visit.
  • I went to visit and honour a uncle of my childhood friend and neighbour from Kentucky. I was the first and only person to go visit his grave. It was an honour and pleasure for me. The grounds were beautifully prepared and flags on all the graves for Memorial Day.
  • This is a photo I took of my late wife at her father's grave. We were treated wonderfully and I will always treasure the memory of being able to take her to this sacred place. She lost her father in December 1944 when she was ten years old and mourned him all her life. On the train from Brussels a young girl, possibly sixteen, asked if we were Americans and then said, "I want to thank you for all you did for us during the War. We were overcome by the sweet gesture. American kids her age know next to nothing about the War. I am grateful for being able to post this memory.
  • Impressive. Overwhelming. Seeing all the crosses gives you an idea of the numbers of men that fell. If you turn your back you have a great view over the land they fought for.
  • Today, liberation day in the Netherlands, we paid our respects to these brave men. Henri Chapelle, Margraten and Colville sur Mer we visited and they are all well maintained for these heroes.

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