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We visited here as part of a coach tour doing a Dambusters Tour.
Lots of Bomber Command are buried here, this is of course beautifully maintained as usual.
Always emotional visiting.... but well worth a visit.
Spent a morning here. Very interesting and thought provoking. Sad that so many young men and women lost their lives during any war or conflict. I think the average age of the airmen is about 23. Whole generations of families wiped out.
I first came here over 15 years ago as my grandfathers brother is buried here. I returned again so the brothers could be together one last time. It is most peaceful place which has been maintained beautifully and full credit to the CWGC team for...More
My wife and I went to visit the grave of her father Pilot Officer Jack Richards. He was in a crew of 8 flying a fateful mission over Berlin on 15th February 1944. That date was my wife's 1st Birthday. The graves are immaculately kept...More
One of the most well maintained cemeteries of Commonwealth War Graves Commission .Today when I visited it outside was written closed but having come thus fari ventured inside only to find why it has been closed .
Because of snow all over the place walking...More
It had snowed a few days before our visit, and the snow was still on the ground disturbed by only a few visitors. It lent a serene look and feel to the place, even with the busy road just a hundred metres away. It is...More
Visited to show respect to forgotten Indian Army Hero's and Soldiers from other nationals,
Indian Soldiers grave is kept neat and clean and who ever is maintaining the cemetery is doing good.
it was great standing there in front of our soldiers ,India cannot pay...More
Visited the cemetery in Heerstrasse (about 5km west Berlin) after a tour of Colditz. Primarily we did this to see the grave of Mike Sinclair (who tried one of the most audacious attempts to escape). We found his grave in row L.
The cemetery is...More