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Semper Fi

By co  
The village of Hotton was the western limit of Von Rundstedt's Ardennes offensive in January 1945, and a great many of the burials in the cemetery date from that time, although there are also some of men who fell in May 1940 whose graves were moved here after WW2. There are now nearly 700, Second World War casualties commemorated at this site. Of these, over 20 are unidentified.

I dont like it to make pics on those places, but here I couldnt resist, I added a Lith print look on the picture because I think it fits well in here..
Semper fidelis "Always faithful"

comments are welcome.

Tags: General War Graveyard Belgium Cemetry Wwii Landscape and travel Hotton

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