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|That is probably an old Russian fighter plane, which is used for training purposes. This airfield in Rostock-Laage is used for civilian and military purposes.||08/23/2005||426|
|Next to the Maria-church (Marienkirche) in Stralsund is a small Russian war cemetery from the Second World War.|
|On this War Cemetery (Kriegsgräberstätte) of the Second World War are 1736 Russian P.O.W.’s buried. They died in the Stadwaldlager Bocholt because of diseases, hunger and violence. None of them is known by name.|
|The Russian war cemetery of Wroclaw contains the burials of 760 soviet soldiers. Among those buried here are 6 Hero's of the Soviet Union.|
|The Russian war cemetery (Kriegsgräberstätte) in Frankfurt a/d Oder contains 1453 graves from the Second World War.|
|This war cemetery contains the burials of ca. 125 Soviet soldiers who fell in 1945 or died in the period thereafter of their wounds.|
|This cemetery is also known as Waldfriedhof. It is one of the biggest war cemeteries in Germany, with 22,500 burials.|
The cemetery started in 1953 when graves from the surroundings of Halbe were brought together on this place. Still graves were brought to this cemetery, for example 170 graves in 1993.
Most burials are soldiers or members of the so-called Volkssturm...
|This war cemetery started in the First World War. During this war 1,140 French, 327 British, 201 German soldiers, one Belgian and one Russian soldiers were buried here.|
In the Second World War the cemetery was re-used for the burial of 909 French soldiers.
|On the Central Cemetery of Szcecin are the graves of soldiers who perished in World War 2. Among them are 3.012 soviet soldiers, 20 soviet citizens and 367 Polish soldiers.|
There are also 33 Belgian and 6 Polish POW's buried on an other part of the cemetery.
|Novodevichy Cemetery (Russian: Новоде́вичье кла́дбище, Novodevichye kladbishche) is the most famous cemetery in Moscow, Russia, situated next to the World Heritage Site, the 16th-century Novodevichy Convent, which is the city's third most popular tourist site. It should...||12/27/2009||243|
|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.|
|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...