La Cambe German war cemetery

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La Cambe is a military war grave cemetery, located close to Bayeux, France. Presently containing in excess of 21,000 German military personnel of World War II, it is maintained and managed by the German War Graves Commission.
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January 25, 2021
Almost 20.000 German soldiers (among them also 17 year old boys) are buried here. It is a must-do to see the difference between this cemetry, and the American one. In all kind of ways fascinating.
Jane & Nick
Jane & Nick
May 30, 2020
Another immensely moving cemetery to visit
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Largest war cemetery in Lower Normandy with a Peace Garden of 1,220 maple trees
P & M
P & M
August 7, 2014
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La Cambe, Normandie 14230