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|This German war cemetery is the cemetery of POW-camp 242. There are more than 700 graves from the Second World War. The war cemetery is located on Gorlovka city cemetery.|
|This German war cemetery forms a part of Kharkov cemetery. The war cemetery is set up for bringing German war graves of this region together. At the end of 2008, there were 38,927 graves on this war cemetery. At the end there will be about 40,000 graves.|
|This German war cemetery, next to Jöhvi Communal Cemetery, contains about 3,000 graves of soldiers who were killed at the Narwa-front in summer 1944.|
|West of Wolgograd, former Stalingrad, is the German cemetery Rossoshka with around 50,000 fallen German soldiers from the Battle of Stalingrad or from POW camps.|
The cemetery contains of the old trapez-shaped gravesite with 600 soldiers made by the German Wehrmacht during the battle of Stalingrad. To the right is the giant mass grave with names of 24,427 on the ring around it. Th...
|This war cemetery is the largest war cemetery in the Baltic countries. It is used to bring German war graves from the Kurland-region together. There are now more than 20,000 graves on the cemetery, and there is in total room for 30,000 graves.|
|This German war cemetery near Kiev is set up for bringing German war graves from the Second World War of this region together. In 2009, there were 21,530 graves on this war cemetery. At the end there will be about 40,000 graves.|
|In the middle of the forest this German war cemetery is located. It is used to bring together the graves out of the surrounding regions. There are now 2,412 graves on this cemetery.|
The names of 6,600 German soldiers who were buried in Riga but whose graves are covered with a civilian cemetery are written on columns. Also the names of 1200 died POW’s are written on separate colum...
|This German war cemetery near Sewastopol is set up for bringing German war graves from the Second World War of this region together. In 2009, there were 20,824 graves on this war cemetery. At the end there will be about 40,000 graves.|
|This German war cemetery is set up for bringing German war graves from the Second World War of this region together. At the end there will be about 50,000 graves.|
|West Norwood Cemetery is a cemetery in West Norwood, Lambeth, London. Originally called the "South Metropolitan Cemetery", it was opened in 1837 as the cemeteries of Southwark and Lambeth began to fill up. Architect William Tite was a director of the cemetery company and designed the site's landscaping.|
The cemetery contains 65 Grade II and Grade II* listed monuments.
|In the lower part of the picture, the german cruisers Prinz Eugen and Nurenberg can be seen.|
Another view of Prinz Eugen at pier in the Kronløbsbassin in Copenhagen after it surrendered. The Kronløbsbassin is a part of the Freeport of Copenhagen. At the end of the war, she was one of only two operational German cruisers left (the other was the light cruiser Nürnberg), and was surrendered...
|During WW1 Danes were fighting for the German Reich because they lived in Sonderjylland which was German from 1864 to 1920 after Sonderjylland became German after the Second Schleswig War 1864. |
More than 4,000 danes lost their lives in German uniform. 79 are buried in this cemetery the rest in German WW1 cemeteries. Many were reported missing.