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Commonwealth War Cemetery, Berlin

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  • My wife and I went to visit the grave of her father Pilot Officer Jack Richards. He was in a crew of 8 flying a fateful mission over Berlin on 15th February 1944. That date was my wife's 1st Birthday....  more »
  • One of the most well maintained cemeteries of Commonwealth War Graves Commission .Today when I visited it outside was written closed but having come thus fari ventured inside only to find why it has b...  more »
  • It had snowed a few days before our visit, and the snow was still on the ground disturbed by only a few visitors. It lent a serene look and feel to the place, even with the busy road just a hundred me...  more »
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  • British War Cemetery by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission. 3,600 burials of the second world war. The Bomber Command flew over 380,000 sorties and lost 55,500 men, 44% of the air soldiers, average age 21. Graves also from Australian, Canadian and Polish soldiers.
  • Well worth a visit!! Like this place!!
  • Last August(2008) my mother (Mrs G.McCarter) and I visited this beautiful cemetery just off the busy Heerstr.Her sister,Mrs W. Humphreys and her children had visited the year before.After the Second World War my mother's father ,Mr Wilfred Friend as a member of the Imperial War Graves Commission ,with other colleagues laid out this cemetery.My grandfather,wife Lisbet and daughters Winefred and Gladys had to flee Cologne in September 1939.After the war my grandfather returned to the country he loved and worked with Imperial War Graves Commission until 1965-the year in which he received a BEM from the Queen. Obviously our visit was a pilgrimage of a kind to see how the cemetery had changed and a chance to pay our respects to the airmen who had given their lives flying over Berlin and Northern Germany.Like all the Commonwealth Cemeteries it is immaculately cared for and during our visit we spoke to a German gardener who was trimming the edges of the lawns.Strange how this place of peace is tucked away in the Berlin suburbs. I have a number of photographs if anyone would like to view.