Hürtgen, Germany

The Hürtgen War Cemetery in Germany has 3,001 fallen servicemen and civilians and is located in the Huertgen Forest. This cemetery looks different than most of the others.  The way the gravestones are aligned remind me of the Dragon’s Teeth along the Siegfried Line. The Dragon’s Teeth are fortifications to block and slow down tanks and other vehicles.

US veterans placed a plaque for Lieutenant Friedrich Lengfeld, who died during the attempt to rescue an injured American serviceman. I tried to take a photo of Lt. Lengfeld’s grave, but after 15 minutes of searching, I found out that his grave is in Düren…

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