Henri-Chapelle American Cemetery, Henri-Chapelle

Categories: Cemeteries, Tourist Spots
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4.9/5 based on 140 reviews on the web
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  • Very good information from a terrible time but just not through German glasses presented. Located in scenically fascinating and always maintained. A place of contemplation and reflection on incredible events in their shape and intensity
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  • Hard Golf Course. Hilly long holes. One of the most beautiful course that I've ever been. Handicart recommended.
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  • I think every American should stop at any American cemetery in any country. The Superintendent was very informative. Beautiful plus the whole valley across the road. 
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • I have buddies laying here. My hero's who helped save my life. January 1945
  • 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.
  • I drove from London to Brussels and stopped at the WW2 military cemetery at Henri Chapelle. My uncle, my dad's half brother, Leon Bradford, was killed at the Battle of the Bulge and is buried there. The area is beautifully maintained and very respectful. You can be assured if you have relative buried there that their graves are well cared for.
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