Normandy, German War Cemetery – France

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German Cemetery.

During the invasion of Normandy a lot of soldiers lost their lives. On the German side the casulties where also high, because they fought a numerical overwhelming enemy.

The German army was mostly made up by conscripts that were not Nazi, but they fought for there county. Every one of these soldiers had a wife, a mother and/or children who had to miss their beloved person. The German cemetery is a very peaceful place to visit.

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