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Australia, Victoria, Guildford — Guildford Honor Row
Guildford Honor Row Aberdeen J. • Annear L. • Bardi A. • † Binns A. • † Binns L. • † Binns P. • Brocchi S. • Carter F. • † Carter G. • † Carter J. • † Carty J. • Colgan E. • Cox H. • † Davidson R. • Davenport R. • Dell H. • Dell J. • Dewsnap . . . — Map (db m45802) WM
Australia, Victoria, Warrnambool — Aboriginal Soldiers
This memorial is dedicated to all Aboriginal men and women from South West Victoria who served their country proudly along with fellow Australians since World War 1. — Map (db m52646) HM
Belgium, Bastogne, Wallonie — Sherman Tank Memorial
English version: This tank knocked out in December 44, recalls the sacrifice of all the fighters for the liberation of Bastogne and Belgium. — Map (db m92200) WM
Belgium, Wallone, Bastogne — Memorial du MardassonThe Battle of the Bulge — An account written on the walls of the monument.
This Memorial and the Earth surrounding are dedicated to the enduring friendship of the peoples of Belgium and the United States who forged a bond from their common struggle to defeat the enemy of all free peoples. For the armies of the United . . . — Map (db m92202) WM
Belgium, Wallonie (Leige), Malmedy — American Massacre MemorialBattle of the Bulge
To the memory of the soldiers of the United States Army who while prisoners of war were massacred by Nazi troops on this spot on 17 December 1944.

A la mmoire des soldats deliarmeedesetatsuni prisonniers de guerre massacres par des troupes . . . — Map (db m92232) WM

Brazil, Bahia, Salvador — Monumento a Stefan ZweigAll Saints' Bay
Stefan Zweig nasceu em Viena, Áustria, em 1881. Escritor cosmopolita, tornou-se conhecido por suas analises do comlexo psíquico e pela defesa dos ideais humanitarios. Foi o autor mais traduzido do seu tempo. Pacifista, escrevia reinventando a . . . — Map (db m31877) HM
British Columbia (Capital Regional District), Esquimalt — The Canadian Women's Army Corps (CWAC)Le Corps Féminin de l'Armée Canadienne (CFAC)
Canadian Women's Army Corps (CWAC) Women's service in the military during the Second World War challenged the tradition of all-male armed forces. Between 1941 and 1946, close to 22,000 volunteers enlisted in the CWAC and were posted to bases at home . . . — Map (db m72873) HM
British Columbia (Capital Regional District), Sidney — War Memorial
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British Columbia (Capital Regional District), Sidney — War Memorial
In memory of the men of this district who gave their lives in the Great War 1914 - 1918 ——— • ——— W.I. Apps • James Arden • H.H. Bedford • V. Cleaves • G.J. Coward • G.C. Cruse • Dean Arnold • H.A. . . . — Map (db m75480) WM
British Columbia (Capital Regional District), Victoria — 90 mm Anti-Aircraft GunCanon Antiaérien de 90 mm
During the 1950s this type of anti-aircraft gun was part of the Victoria-Esquimalt defences, although it was not used here at Fort Rodd Hill. This American-made weapon had begun to replace the British-designed 3.7-inch gun as the Canadian . . . — Map (db m75031) HM
British Columbia (Capital Regional District), Victoria — British Columbia Indians World Wars Memorial
This tablet in memory of the British Columbia Indians who gave their lives in the World Wars 1914 • 1918 - 1939 • 1945 — Map (db m74139) WM
British Columbia (Capital Regional District), Victoria — Coast Defence Artillery Positions: 1878-1956Positions de l’artillerie côtière: 1878-1956
The harbours at Victoria and Esquimalt, and the adjacent coastline were defended by temporary gun emplacements from 1878. International crises during the latter part of the century led to an agreement between the Canadian and British . . . — Map (db m75210) HM
British Columbia (Capital Regional District), Victoria — Japanese Internment
On April 22, 1942, 273 men, women and children of Japanese ancestry were exiled from their homes in the Greater Victoria area. None of the survivors of this event ever returned to Victoria to re-establish a home. On August 4, 1992, 67 survivors . . . — Map (db m49127) HM
British Columbia (Capital Regional District), Victoria — KakehashiIn Honour and Memory of Pioneers from Japan
This memorial commemorates the 150 Victorians of Japanese descent who are buried in this historic cemetery, beginning in 1887. During the 1940's, when no person of Japanese descent was allowed to remain within 100 miles of the West Coast, . . . — Map (db m74695) HM
British Columbia (Capital Regional District), Victoria — The Guardhouse / Corps de garde
This structure was designed to accommodate the guard when the battery was fully manned. Consisting of three or four soldiers commanded by a non-commissioned officer, the guard provided sentries to control the gate and patrol the battery . . . — Map (db m75775) HM
British Columbia (Capital Regional District), Victoria — To Our Glorious Dead1914 – 1919 — 1939 – 1945
“They died the noblest death a man may die, fighting for god, and right and liberty, and such a death is immortality.”

Korea 1950 – 1953 [On the back] In Recognition of the Services of the Canadian Forces and Canadian . . . — Map (db m48933) WM

British Columbia (Capital Regional District), Victoria — Upper Battery / Batterie supérieure
A coast artillery battery consists of one or more gun emplacements and supporting structures and equipment. Its role was defensive; to prevent attack by enemy warships through the use of artillery. The layout of Upper Battery is typical . . . — Map (db m75248) HM
British Columbia (Capital Regional District), Victoria — Upper, Lower, Belmont BatteriesBatteries supérieure, inférieure et Belmont
These batteries were constructed at Fort Rodd Hill between 1895 and 1900, as part of the defences of Esquimalt Harbour. Upper and Lower Batteries, with their three large 6 inch guns, were designed to counter bombard enemy warships. . . . — Map (db m75216) HM
British Columbia (Greater Vancouver Regional District), Vancouver — Ferguson Point
This area was the site of a coast defence fort manned during WW II 1939-1945 by The Royal Canadian Artillery Batteries 31st Heavy 58th Heavy 85th Heavy — Map (db m54578) HM
British Columbia (Greater Vancouver Regional District), Vancouver — Ram Mk II
Crew 5, Wt 30 tonnes, Speed 40 km/hr, armament - 57 mm main gun, 2 x 30 cal mg, in service 1941-1945. The Ram tank was designed and built in Canada as part of Canada's contribution to the allied war effort in WW II. A total of 1949 Ram tanks . . . — Map (db m54263) HM
British Columbia (Greater Vancouver Regional District), Vancouver — Sherman
M4A3E8, Crew 5, Wt 32 tonnes, speed 48 km/hr armament - 76 mm main gun, 2 x 30 cal mg in service 1943-1970 On 8/9 August 1944, the British Columbia Regiment (Duke of Connaught's Own), then designated Canadian 28th Armoured Regiment, was commanded . . . — Map (db m53942) HM
British Columbia (National Capital Region), Victoria — Gun Emplacement / Emplacement du canon
One 6-inch gun on a disappearing carriage was mounted in this emplacement. The wall and sunken emplacement helped to conceal and protect the gun and crew from enemy bombardment. The concrete apron and earth glacis extending away from the top of . . . — Map (db m76336) HM
New Brunswick (Charlotte County), St. Andrews — Lest We ForgetThey died that we may be free
W.W.I Anning, William • Bartlett, George Leonard • Boone, George • Cork, Alfred • Crichton, Clarence M. • Greenlaw, Ernest • Grimmer, Harold Mackie • Jack, Edward • Key, William James • Markee, Percy • McMullin, Herbert • MacQuoid, Charles Loren . . . — Map (db m77394) WM
New Brunswick (Charlotte County), Welshpool — President Franklin Delano Roosevelt1933 - 1945
The Great Depression 1929-1941 The depression was world-wide. In the U.S., the banking system collapsed and 12.8 million people were unemployed. Hardest hit were youth, minorities, the elderly, and workers in the consumer durables industries. . . . — Map (db m54783) HM
New Brunswick (Charlotte County), Wilson's Beach — World War II Memorial1939 - 1945
To the Glory of God and the memory of our Immortal Dead Howard Mallock • Lawson Searles Those who served our King and Country Alison Alexander • Ronald Anthony • Wesley Anthony • George Babcock • Lydie Brown • Manning Brown • Raye . . . — Map (db m54938) HM
Newfoundland and Labrador (Division No. 1 (Avalon Peninsula)), Blackhead — World War II BatteryBatterie del a IIième Guerre mondaile — Fort Cape Spear / Le fort du cap Spear
English In 1940, the American and Canadian Joint Board of Defence decided to protect the approaches to St. John’s harbour by installing heavy artillery at Cape Spear. Gun emplacements, magazines, and shelters were constructed by 1941 as . . . — Map (db m79463) HM
Nova Scotia (Halifax Regional Municipality), Halifax — Canadian Sailor's Monument
The sailor statue represents those valiant young Canadians who served in both war and peace is symbolic of the thousands of sailors who were instrumental in the victory at sea and a fitting acknowledgement to those who continue to maintain the peace. — Map (db m77597) WM
Nova Scotia (Halifax Regional Municipality), Halifax — France and CanadaLa France et le Canada — Theirs is a story of enduring friendship./ C’est l’histoire d’une longe amitié.
France and Canada share a long history. Theirs is a story of enduring friendship. It began 400 years ago, in Nova Scotia, the birthplace of Acadie, with the arrival of the first French settlers and of Samuel de Champlain at Port-Royal in 1605. . . . — Map (db m77622) HM
Nova Scotia (Halifax Regional Municipality), Halifax — Norway
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Nova Scotia (Halifax Regional Municipality), Halifax — Pier 21Canada’s National Immigration Museum — Musée national de l’immigration au Canada
English When the Canadian immigration complex known as Pier 21 closed its doors in March of 1971, it marked the end of a more than forty-year saga of human hope, vision, courage and resilience. From its opening on the Halifax waterfront in . . . — Map (db m77616) HM
Nova Scotia (Halifax Regional Municipality), Halifax — Pier 21 / Le Quai 21Postwar Immigration / L’immigration de L’aprés-guerre — War Brides / Les Epouses de Guerre
There are three plaques on this monument. Pier 21 / Le Quai 21 English This site witnessed the arrival of approximately one million immigrants, who have enriched the cultural mosaic of Canada. Opened in 1928, Pier 21 served . . . — Map (db m77718) HM
Nova Scotia (Halifax Regional Municipality), Halifax — Ships and Men of the Royal Canadian Navy
This memorial was erected by the Atlantic Chief and Petty Officies Association to commemorate the Ships and Men of the Royal Canadian Navy who failed to return through enemy action, stress of weather and accidents during The Battle of . . . — Map (db m77646) WM
Nova Scotia (Halifax Regional Municipality), Halifax — The View from the Citadel / Le panorama vu de la citadelleThe Halifax Explosion / L’explosion d’Halifax — The Convoys / Les Convois
This marker is composed of five plaques on the same mounting. The marker stands on north wall of the Citadel overlooking Halifax Harbor. The markers are presented left to right. The Halifax Explosion / L’explosion d’Halifax . . . — Map (db m78257) HM
Ontario, Toronto — Canadian Airmen Monument
Panel 1: Per Arua Ad Astra In Memory of our Canadian Airmen who fought in the Skies to preserve freedom and order in the world. Panel 2: Canadian Airmen Awarded the Victoria Cross World War I: William . . . — Map (db m57901) HM
Ontario (Brant County), Ohsweken — The Six Nations War Memorial
Lest We Forget 1914 - 1918 Lt. Brant, Cameron D. • Lt. Moses, James D. • Arron, William • Claus, Issac • Curley, Lloyd • Fish, Reuben • Garlow, James • Goosey, David • Groat, Samuel B. • Hill, Hiram • Hill, Roy • Homer, Harrison • . . . — Map (db m83744) WM
Ontario (Chatham-Kent County), Chatham — Chatham Armoury100th Anniversary — 1905-2005
chatham Armoury The Chatham Armoury was constructed in 1905 as a result of reform and expansion of the volunteer militia. The first unit to occupy the Armoury was the 24th Kent Regiment that was formed in 1901. It was the centre . . . — Map (db m71382) HM
Ontario (Durham County), Whitby — Camp X1941 - 1946
Upper Plaque On this site British Security Co-Ordination operated Special Training School No. 103 and Hydra. S.T.S. 103 trained allied agents in the techniques of secret warfare for the Special Operations Executive (SOE) Branch of the . . . — Map (db m61880) HM
Ontario (Hamilton County), Hamilton — HMCS Haida - NCSM HaidaTribal Class Destroyer — National Historic Site of Canada
HMCS Haida is the last of the Tribal class destroyers which saw heavy action with the Australian, British and Canadian navies during World War II. Built for the Royal Canadian Navy at Newcastle, England, , in 1942, this ship served on the frigid . . . — Map (db m67343) WM
Ontario (Leeds & Grenville Counties), Prescott — Prescott War Memorial
World War I 1914-1918 Arthur E. Baker • Howard Baker • Philip V. Blacklock • Cecil Bovaird • Ward W. Burke • John H. Davy • Jacob S. Doyle • G. Harvey Ewart • Ira H. Glasgow • Albert Hurlbert • Royal W. Kingston • Roy Lindsay • John A. . . . — Map (db m83466) WM
Ontario (Middlesex County), London — "Holy Roller"
Presented to the City of London by 1st Hussars, 4th June 1950 in memory of the First Hussars who fell in two World Wars The only tank of 6th Canadian Armoured Regiment (1st Hussars) to complete campaign in North-West Europe D-Day . . . — Map (db m18922) HM
Ontario (Middlesex County), London — 50th Anniversary of the Allied Invasion of Normandy1944 - 1994 — "Hodie Non Cras"
This plaque is placed here to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Allied Invasion of Normandy on D Day, 6th June 1944. It is dedicated to the soldiers of the First Hussars, to those who took part in the assault, to those who fought in the . . . — Map (db m18923) HM
Ontario (Middlesex County), London — Harold A. Rogers, O.C., O.B.E.1899 - 1994
The founder of Kinsmen & Kinette Clubs of Canada was born and raised at 324 Dundas Street, directly across from the armouries. Seeking the camaraderie he had experienced in the army during the First World War, “Hal” Rogers began the . . . — Map (db m18933) HM
Ontario (Middlesex County), London — London War Cenotaph
East facade: MCM XIV The Glorious Dead West facade:MCM XXXIX 1950 - 1953 Bronze plaque on West facade: In honour of those who died in war and conflict Erected 1934 by the Imperial Order Daughters of the . . . — Map (db m18966) WM
Ontario (Middlesex County), London — The 1st Hussars
To the everlasting memory of the members of THE 1ST HUSSARS both the living and the dead, who together with other Canadian and Allied servicemen participated in the glorious campaign of 1944-1945 that led to the liberation of the . . . — Map (db m18921) HM
Ontario (Middlesex County), London — Veterans' Memorial Carillon2005 - Year of the Veteran — "We Will Never Forget"
With deepest gratitude to those who so generously contributed to this visible and resonant remembrance of our Canadian Veterans Separate Stone marker nearby: Thank You Canada Thank You Veterans 1940 - 1945 This musical . . . — Map (db m18968) HM
Ontario (National Capital Region), Ottawa — Canadian Airmen Lost Over Poland
“To live in the hearts we leave behind is not to die” “Survivre dans les coeurs de ceux qu’on aura quittes ce n’est pas mourir” (Thomas Campbell) This is to express the gratitude and admiration which lives in . . . — Map (db m82249) WM
Ontario (Toronto), Toronto — Little NorwayLille Norge
[First Panel:] 9 April 1940 Norway was attacked by overwhelming forces. King Haakon VII, Crown Prince Olav and the government left Tromso 7 June for Great Britain in order to continue the fight for freedom in exile. Negotiations had started 2 . . . — Map (db m20989) HM
Prince Edward Island (Kings County), Georgetown — Georgetown War Memorial
To the glorious memory of our native sons who paid the supreme sacrifice in the two World Wars. 1914 — 1918 Our Honoured Dead Stephen F. Cherry • John P. Dalton • Martin P. Dalton • John W. Lavers • Temple W. Macdonald, M.C. . . . — Map (db m80294) WM
Prince Edward Island (Queens County), Charlottetown — Prince Edward Island War Memorial
Side A Erected by the Citizens of Charlottetown in memory of those from Prince Edward Island who gloriously laid down their lives in the Great War in honour forevermore of all who served therein 1914 - 1918 1939 - 1945 . . . — Map (db m80280) WM
Prince Edward Island (Queens County), Charlottetown — Sherman M4A2 Medium Battle Tank
294 Sherman tanks were purchased by Canada after World War II and used by the Canadian Army (both Regular and Reserve) from 1946-1972. This is a late production model of the orignal Sherman tank introduced in 1943 that incorporated many . . . — Map (db m80224) HM WM
Quebec (Capitale-Nationale (region)), Québec — In Memory of Our Fallen SoldiersLa mémoire des combattants
English: Unveiled on July 1, 1924, the Cross of Sacrifice originally honoured the memory of the Canadian soldiers killed during the Great War of 1914-1918. Over 66,000 lost their lives in the conflict. A handful of earth from Vimy, the . . . — Map (db m80846) HM WM
Quebec (Capitale-Nationale (region)), Québec — Les Conferences de Québec de 1943 et 1944The Québec Conferences of 1943 and 1944
French: En 1943 et 1944 le president des États-Unis Franklin Delano Roosevelt et le premier ministre de Grande Bretagne Winston Spencer Churchill dirigèrent à Quebec les deux conferences qui déterminèrent lisse de la deuxième Guerre . . . — Map (db m80758) HM
Quebec (Capitale-Nationale (region)), Québec — The Quebec ConferencesConferences de Quebec — 1943 and/ et 1944
English: During the Second World War, on the invitation of the Prime Minister of Canada, W.L. Mackenzie King, the President of the United States, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Winston S. Churchill, . . . — Map (db m80821) HM
Quebec (Gaspésie– Îles-de-la-Madeleine (region)), Percé — Percé World War II Monument1939-1945
English: This plaque commemorates the heroism of the men and women of Percé who served voluntarily in the Canadian Armed Forces. French: Cette plaque rappelle l’héroroîsme des hommes et des femmes de Percé qui son servi . . . — Map (db m80644) WM
Yukon Territory, Carcross — Carcross during World War IIAlaska-Canada Highway, 50 Years: 1942-1992
During World War II, Carcross played an important role in Alaska Highway construction. The connection here between the White Pass rail and water transportation systems gave the U.S. Army access to the Yukon’s interior. By early 1942, Carcross . . . — Map (db m68899) HM
Yukon Territory, Watson Lake — Welcome to the Sign Post Forest
In 1942, during the construction of the Alaska Highway, the United States Army Corps of Engineers erected mileage posts at their camps that listed places, distances and directions in the Yukon, other Canadian cities, cities within the United States . . . — Map (db m72697) HM
Czech Republic, Ústecký (Okres Litoměřice), Terezín — Columbarium
In Czech: Kolumbárium Do choheb tohoto opevnění byly ukládaný lepenkové urny s popelem mrtvých vĕzňů. Všechny urny – bylo jich na 25 tisíc – esesáci koncem roku 1944 odvezli vĕtšinu popela . . . — Map (db m22744) HM
Czech Republic, Ústecký (Okres Litoměřice), Terezín — 15 — The Food StoreroomProviantní Sklad
In Czech: Proviantní Sklad Budova s jedním obdélníkovým nádvořím byla postavena v letech 1786 až 1789. V objektu se skladovala mouka, cukr, sůl, a pečivo. Spolu s Kavalírem č. II zde mohly být v připadě . . . — Map (db m22626) HM
Dominica, St George, Roseau — Glory to the French from Dominica
Glory to the French who lost their lives in the years of resistance 1941-1945 Honneur aux Francais tombes dans la resistance — Map (db m93899) WM
Dominica, St George, Roseau — World Wars Memorial
Dominica In memory of those from Dominica who gave their lives in the Great War 1914-1918 Capt. A. E. Anderson · Capt. C. M. Blandy · Major Geo. W. Carew · Capt. G. Carter · Capt. C. H. Hill · Lieut. H. T. S. Johns · Lieut. F. Johnson · Capt. R. . . . — Map (db m93900) WM
Estonia, Harjumaa MaakondTallinn — Polish Submarine "ORZEŁ" - September 1939 — [Estonian Maritime Museum]
Text in Estonian: ... Text in Polish: 15. Septembril 1939. Aastal Interneeriti saksa riigi survel Tallinnas Poola Sõjalaevvastiku allveelaev “ORZEŁ” Mereväekapten Jan Grudziński juhtimisel võttis . . . — Map (db m57484) HM
France, Aquitaine (Dordogne Département), Carsac-Aillac — Perigord Noir1943
1943 Dans le bois de Turnac, face a ces rochers, des rèsistants de toutes origines décidèrent de se battre ensemble contre l’occupant nazi et, avec l’appui de la population créèrent le premier maquis de Perigord Noir Souvenons Nous

[Translated . . . — Map (db m60517) HM

France, Basse-Normandie, Ranville — The Bailey Bridge
Bailey Bridges were made up of elements which could be easily and rapidly assembled by a team of engineers. Forty Sappers could construct this bridge within two to three hours. Thirty Bailey Bridges were built across the Caen Canal, River Orne . . . — Map (db m91981) WM
France, Basse-Normandie, Saint Lo — Monument Commemoratif Saint-LoVestige de l'ancienne prison, Saint-Lo
Place General de Gaulle Plague 1: Les Resistants a leurs camarades victims de Nazisme 6 Juin 1944 Le C.C.L. de Saint-Lo. Plaque 2: La ville de Saint-Lo aux veuves et orphelins victims des guerres.

Inscription above the arch: Aux Victimes de la . . . — Map (db m92095) WM

France, Basse-Normandie, Saint-Laurent-sur-Mer — Omaha Beach, haut lieu du Débarquement du 6 juin 1944Omaha Beach, landmark of the landings of 6 June 1944
En Française: Le 6 juin 1944, les 1re et 29e Divisions d’Infanterie américaine étaient chargées d’établir une tête de pont sur ce site d’Omaha Beach. Les 6 km de plage avaient été divises en trois grands secteurs codes d’Ouest en Est: "Dog" . . . — Map (db m88780) HM
France, Basse-Normandie, Saint-Laurent-sur-Mer — Remember OmahaLes Braves - To Those Brave Men
Left side of marker: Remember Omaha They climbed aboard with anxious heart, The madly sea-tossed landing-craft, The Sea-fog on that sad morn, All but shrouded the pale dawn, As it heav’n itself dared not see the hounds . . . — Map (db m92032) WM
France, Basse-Normandie, St Lo — Thomas D. Howie, the Major of St. Lo
Ici le 18 Juillet 1944 a été déposé le corps du Major Howie English translation: On July 18, 1944 the body of Major Howie was placed here. — Map (db m92094) WM
France, Basse-Normandie, Vierville-sur-Mer — National Guard of the United States Memorial
On three outer walls of the U-shaped monument are quotes from three major Allied leaders: We too born to freedom and believing in freedom are willing to fight to maintain freedom. We and all others who believe as deeply as we do would . . . — Map (db m88750) HM
France, Basse-Normandie (Calvados Département), Arromanches-les-Bains — Allan Beckett MemorialThe anchor problem must be mastered
English: In 1942 Winston Churchill raised the problem of anchoring the piers of the future artificial harbour at Arromanches. … "The anchor problem must be mastered"… Major Beckett solved the problem by designing the floating . . . — Map (db m88600) HM
France, Basse-Normandie (Calvados Département), Arromanches-les-Bains — L.S.T. & Landing Craft Association Memorial
In commemoration of H.M.'s sailors and Royal Marines of the British Royal Navy who manned the landing ships and landing craft and lost their lives during the liberation of Europe in 1944. "Lest we Forget" — Map (db m88594) WM
France, Basse-Normandie (Calvados Département), Arromanches-les-Bains — Merchant Navy Seamen Memorial
In memorial of Merchant Navy Seamen who lost their lives in the Naval "Operation Neptune" June 6 ~ September 1944 They manned the merchant ships that provided the supply line for the Armies, and as such they were a prime target in . . . — Map (db m88595) WM
France, Basse-Normandie (Calvados Département), Arromanches-les-Bains — Mulberry Harbours Memorial
English: Here at Arromanches, from 6 June 1944, close behind the assault troops, a great floating harbour code-named 'Mulberry B' was assembled and operated by men of the Royal Engineers (Transportation) under the command of Brigadier . . . — Map (db m89135) HM WM
France, Basse-Normandie (Calvados Département), Arromanches-les-Bains — Royal Logistics Corps Memorial
In proud memory of the part played by men of The Royal Army Service Corps, The Royal Army Ordnance Corps, The Royal Pioneer Corps, The Army Catering Corps, and the Postal and Courier service of the the Royal Engineers, in the Allied Armies' . . . — Map (db m88593) WM
France, Basse-Normandie (Calvados Département), Bayeux — 50th Northumbrian Division Memorial
To the Glory of God and in memory of all ranks of the brave men of the 50th Northumbrian Division who laid down their lives for justice, freedom and the liberation of France in the assault on the beaches of La Riviere, La Hamel & Arromanches . . . — Map (db m88590) HM WM
France, Basse-Normandie (Calvados Département), Bayeux — Mémorial de l'arrivée du général de Gaulle à BayeuxMemorial to the arrival of General de Gaulle in Bayeux
6 juin D-Day 14 juin 1944 Map (db m89139) WM
France, Basse-Normandie (Calvados Département), Courseulles-sur-Mer — Fourth Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment4e Régiment d’artillerie antiaérinne légère — 40mm Bofors Gun
[French, on left side] Ce canon Bofors de 40mm est dédi à la mémoire des hommes du 4e Régiment d’artillerie antiaérinne légère. ARC. Qui sont débarqués à Courseuilles-sur-Mer tard dans l’après midi du 6 juin 1944 afin de fournir une défense . . . — Map (db m62232) HM
France, Basse-Normandie (Calvados Département), Courseulles-sur-Mer — In Memory of All Canadian GunnersEn souvenir des artilleurs canadiens
(Two plaques, in English and French) are mounted on the shield of a field gun.) In Memory of All Canadian Gunners who from this place on 6 June 1944 began the fight to liberate France and to honor our fallen who sacrificed everything for freedom. . . . — Map (db m62230) WM
France, Basse-Normandie (Calvados Département), Courseulles-sur-Mer — Juno BeachD-Day — Jour-J
(This marker is composed of several pillars (vertical) with text inscribed upon them and several benches (horizontal) with photograph and illustration. Text is provided in both French and English.) F Le Mur de L’Atlantique The Atlantic . . . — Map (db m62234) HM
France, Basse-Normandie (Calvados Département), Courseulles-sur-Mer — Message to the French ResistanceLa chanson d’automne - Fall Song
Les sanglots longs Des violons De l’automne Blessent mon coeur D’une langueur Monotone. Extraits de “La chanson d’automne”, poème de Paul Verlaine La première partie fut radiodiffusée sur la BBC dans la nuit du 1er . . . — Map (db m62231) HM
France, Basse-Normandie (Calvados Département), Courseulles-sur-Mer — Royal Canadian Navy MemorialMarine Royale Canadienne Memorial
(French) En hommage a tous les morts our disparus de la Marine Royale Canadienne lours du conflit 1939-1945 et de l’Operation Overlord de juin 1944 Merci

(English) In honor of all those who died or disappeared while serving in the Royal . . . — Map (db m62229) WM

France, Basse-Normandie (Calvados Département), Cricqueville-en-Bessin — Pointe du HocHeroic Ranger Commandoes — Colonel James E. Rudder
To the Heroic Ranger Commandoes D2RN E2RN F2RN Of the 116th Inf Who under the command of Colonel James E. Rudder Of the First American Division Attacked and took possession of the Point du Hoc

[French] Aux heroiques Commados de . . . — Map (db m60539) HM

France, Basse-Normandie (Calvados Département), Honfleur — Mémoire des Soldats Alliés Tombés
Les Honfleurais en Mémoire des Soldats Alliés Tombés pour Leur Liberté "Gloire à l'Angleterre, les U.S.A, la Russie, la vaillante Belgique et tous les alliés" Extrait du discours du Maire Mr Patin, à la Libération de Honfleur le . . . — Map (db m86085) WM
France, Basse-Normandie (Calvados Département), Sainte-Mère-Église — In Remembrance of the Airborne SpiritOverlord June 1944
They gave their tomorrow for our today. United States of America 82nd Airborne: 1,142 Killed, 3,077 wounded 101st Airborne: 868 Killed, 2,303 wounded Great Britain 6th Airborne: 821 Killed, 2,709 wounded Canada 1st Canadian . . . — Map (db m89048) WM
France, Basse-Normandie (Calvados Département), Saint-Laurent-sur-Mer — Omaha Beach
Les forces Alliées débarquent sur cette plage qu’elle nomment Omaha Beach et libérent l’Europe — 6 juin 1944 The Allied forces landing on this shore which they call Omaha Beach liberate Europe — June 6th 1944 . . . — Map (db m59751) HM
France, Basse-Normandie (Calvados Département), Saint-Laurent-sur-Mer — Omaha la Sanglante - Bloody Omaha
En Français: Le 6 Juin 1944, sur Omaha Beach, les Américains avaient prévu d'occuper une espace 25 km (16 miles) de long sur 10 km (6 miles) de profondeur, mais le soir, seule une zone de 8 km de long sur 2 km de large était tenue au prix . . . — Map (db m85962) HM WM
France, Basse-Normandie (Calvados Département), Saint-Laurent-sur-Mer — Operation Aquatint
En souvenir de l'Operation "Aquatint" effectuée le 12 septembre 1942 par un Commando Britannique conduit par le Major March Phillipps This plaque is to commemorate the landing on 12th September 1942 of British Commandos led by . . . — Map (db m86858) WM
France, Basse-Normandie (Calvados Département), Vierville-sur-Mer — 29th Infantry Division at Vierville-sur-Mer
En Français: Emplacement du mur antichar bloquant la sortie de la plage de Vierville-sur-Mer. Ce mur a été détruit le 6-6-45 vers 17H00 par le Génie d’Assaut de la 29e DI-USNG 121e Bataillon – Compagnie C – 3e Peloton 9e . . . — Map (db m88551) HM WM
France, Basse-Normandie (Calvados Département), Vierville-sur-Mer — 29th Infantry Division MemorialUnited States Army — World War II
From North and South in our land we came that freedom might prevail. On D-Day, 6 June 1944, in the great allied amphibious assault, the 29th Infantry Division stormed ashore on Omaha Beach to win a beachhead. Our fallen lie among you. They . . . — Map (db m88776) WM
France, Basse-Normandie (Calvados Département), Vierville-sur-Mer — 6th Engineer Special Brigade MemorialD-Day Omaha Beach — 6 June 1944
"The fight for the first thousand yards" In memoriam to all members of this command who lived, fought and died for the cause of freedom. Col. Paul W. Thompson CE Commanding 6 June 1944 Dedicated Nov. 1944 Rededicated June 1998 . . . — Map (db m88778) WM
France, Basse-Normandie (Calvados Département), Vierville-sur-Mer — Ever Forward
English: In commemoration of the determined effort by the soldiers of the 29th Division's 116th Infantry Regimental Combat Team who landed the morning of June 6, 1944 on this section of Omaha Beach, known as Exit D-1, to open the Vierville . . . — Map (db m88518) HM WM
France, Basse-Normandie (Calvados Département), Vierville-sur-Mer — Le port artificiel "Mulberry" d'Omaha BeachThe artificial "Mulberry" harbor at Omaha Beach
En Français: Devant cette plage, pendant six mois de 1944, un grand port artificiel, nommé le "Mulberry", a été construit et exploité. Mis en place en moins de deux semaines, il comprenait des digues de protection formées de vieux cargos . . . — Map (db m88514) HM
France, Basse-Normandie (Calvados Département), Vierville-sur-Mer — Le sacrifice des soldats américains sur la plage de ViervilleThe sacrifice of the American soldiers on the beach at Vierville
En Français: Sur cette plage de Vierville, le 6 juin 1944, à 6 h 30 du matin, des centaines de courageux fantassins américains de la 29e Division sont morts en débarquant sous le feu de fortifications allemandes. Le canon antichar de 88 . . . — Map (db m88515) HM
France, Basse-Normandie (Calvados Département), Vierville-sur-Mer — Royal Air Force 6 June 194421 Base Defence Sector — 15082 GCI & Mobile Signal Units
English: In memory of the gallant radio and radar technicians of the 2nd Tactical Air Force who landed on Omaha Beach on D-Day to provide ground controlled radar protection for the American beachhead. Six of those who died here that day are . . . — Map (db m88748) WM
France, Basse-Normandie (Manche Département), Benouville — First House Liberated in FrancePegasus Bridge Gondree Cafe
This was the first house in France to be liberated during the last hour of 5th June 1944 by men of the Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry in the British 6th Airborne Division under the command of Major R. John Howard. 1ere . . . — Map (db m91972) WM
France, Basse-Normandie (Manche Département), Colleville-sur-Mer — General Dwight D. EisenhowerSupreme Allied Commander — Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial
The eyes of the world are upon you... I have full confidence in your courage, devotion to duty, and skill in battle. — Map (db m92028) WM
France, Basse-Normandie (Manche Département), La Fiere, Sainte-Mere-Eglise — 6 June 1944 at LaFiere BridgeIron Mike Monument at LaFiere Bridge — Memorial Parachutiste
In honor of the 144 valiant men of Company A, 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment whose exact D-Day mission was to seize La Fiere Bridge and prevent the enemy crossing easterly. Despite heavy losses, Co. A stood fast. No enemy ever crossed this . . . — Map (db m92024) WM
France, Basse-Normandie (Manche Département), La Fiere, Sainte-Mere-Eglise — 80th Airborne Antiaircraft Battalion, 82nd Airborne Div. U.S. ArmyIron Mike Monument at LaFiere Bridge — Memorial Parachutiste
Before dawn of D-Day the 80th AA BN landed by glider near St Mere Eglise. Thus began the long journey to liberate the countries of Europe and to ensure their freedom. This plaque is dedicated in memory of our friends who shed their blood and . . . — Map (db m92019) WM
France, Basse-Normandie (Manche Département), La Fiere, Sainte-Mere-Eglise — PFC Charles DeGlopper MemorialIron Mike Monument at LaFiere Bridge — Memorial Parachutiste
In honor of PFC Charles DeGlopper, Company C, 325th Glider Infantry, 82nd Airborne Division. PFC Charles DeGlopper posthumously won the Medal of Honor, the highest medal given by the United States of America near this spot on June 9, 1944. — Map (db m92023) WM
France, Basse-Normandie (Manche Département), La Madeleine — U.S. Coast Guard Memorial at Utah Beach
Dedicated this 6th day of June, 1994 to the members of the United States Coast Guard who participated in the initial invasion of Normandy on D-Day, especially to those who gave their lives here, and to all United States Coast Guard who served . . . — Map (db m91994) WM
France, Basse-Normandie (Manche Département), La Madeleine — Utah Beach Memorial
To the memory of the heroic dead of the 90th Infantry Division U.S. Army 6 June 1944-9 May 1945 — Map (db m91995) WM
France, Basse-Normandie (Manche Département), Ranville — Horsa GliderPlaneur Horsa
318 planeurs HORSA ont atterri dans la région au cours des operations de la 6e Division Aéroportée Britannique. Il's transportaient des hommes (30 maximum) ou du matériel (jeep et sa remarque, canon de 25 livres, motos, bicyclettes,....). De . . . — Map (db m91982) HM
France, Basse-Normandie (Manche Département), Ranville — Lance Corporal Brian J. Mullen (Sapper), R.E.Pegasus Bridge Memorial Museum
After crossing Pegasus Bridge under enemy fire on the 6th of June 1944, Lance Corporal Brian J. Mullen (Sapper), R.E. No. 4 Commando, Intelligence Section, a talented artist, was killed while going back to help a wounded Commando comrade. Alors . . . — Map (db m91988) WM
France, Basse-Normandie (Manche Département), Ranville — Major R. J. Howard
C'est ici meme que le 6 juin 1944 a 0 heure 16 a atterri le planeur Horsa de commandant R.J. Howard, de l'Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire light infantry, commandant l'operation destinee a assurer le prise du pont. Se trouvaient a bord avec lui . . . — Map (db m91991) HM WM
France, Basse-Normandie (Manche Département), Ranville — Pegasus Bridge Site
In the first minutes of 6 June 1944, glider-borne troops of the 5th Airborne division captured the bridge which was on this site over the Caen Canal. It was one of the first objectives of the Allied landings in Normandy. It was renamed Pegasus . . . — Map (db m91978) WM
France, Basse-Normandie (Manche Département), Sainte-Mère-Église — 82nd and 101st Airborne on D-Day
5–6 juin 1944 — les 82e et 101e Divisions U.S.A. de parachutistes libérent ce canton 5th–6th June 1944 — The 82nd and 101st Div. U.S.A. of paratroops liberate the district — Map (db m59770) HM
France, Basse-Normandie (Manche Département), Sainte-Mère-Église — Clifford A. Maughan P.F.C.
Clifford A. Maughan P.F.C. F. Co., 505 PIR, 82nd Airborne Born 1920 — Died 1990 This plaque is to commemorate P.F.C. Clifford Maughan who parachuted into the garden of this house at approximately 01.45 hours on the morning of 6th . . . — Map (db m59753) HM
France, Basse-Normandie (Manche Département), Sainte-Mère-Église — General Gavin’s Foxhole
Ici combattit Le Général James-M-Gavin le 6 juin 1944 Translation: Here fought General James M. Gavin June 6, 1944 — Map (db m59750) HM
France, Basse-Normandie (Manche Département), Sainte-Mère-Église — House on Fire at Sainte-Mère-Église
Ici emplacement de la maison incendiée le 5–6 juin 1944 — Here stood the house that was afire on 5–6 June 1944 — Map (db m59769) HM
France, Basse-Normandie (Manche Département), Saint-Laurent-sur-Mer — Les Braves - To Those Brave MenOmaha Beach — Normandy D-Day June 6, 1944
I created this sculpture to honour the courage of these men: sons, husbands and fathers, who endangered and often sacrificed their lives in the hope of freeing the french people. “Les Braves” consists of three elements: The Wings . . . — Map (db m92031) WM
France, Basse-Normandie (Manche Département), Saint-Lô — Thomas D. HowieLe Major de Saint-Lô — 12 Abril 1908 – 17 Juillet 1944
Commandant le 3e Battalion, 116e Régiment D'Infanterie, 29e Division U.S.A. Tombé a la téte de ses troupes en libérant notre ville au cri de ralliement... a Saint-Lô! (English translation) Thomas D. Howie, The Major of . . . — Map (db m9461) HM
France, Champagne-Ardenne (Marne Département), Reims — Edmond Marin la Meslée
Ici, au numéro 9 de cette rue, a vécu Edmond Marin la Meslée. As des as de la Campagne de France 1939-1940, affecté en 1937 sur la base aérienne 112, au Group de Chasse 1/5. Mort au Champ d'Honneur en Alsace le 4 Février 1945. Il fut choisi en 1953 . . . — Map (db m85691) HM WM
France, Haute-Normandie (Seine-Maritime Département), Étretat — Étretat
Left panel: Étretat Où pendant la guerre 1914 - 1918 fonctionnèrent un hôpital britannique, puis un hôpital américain, où reposent pour toujours 549 combattants britanniques de la première guerre mondiale, où, le 2 . . . — Map (db m58948) HM
France, Île-de-France (Paris), Paris — A la Memoire des Cheminots de la Region du NordParis North Station Railwaymen War Memorial
Left panelA la Memoire des 1210 Cheminots de la Region du Nord Victimes de la Guerre 1914 – 1918 Morts au Champ d'Honneur Fusilles Morts en Pays Envahi Morts en Captivite Tues par Faits de Guerre . . . — Map (db m85006) WM
France, Île-de-France (Paris), Paris — A Tous Les Français(To All the French )
La France a perdu un bataille! Mais la France n’a pas perdu la guerre! Des gouvernants de rencontre ont pu capituler, cédant à la panique, oubliant l’honneur, livrant le pays à le servitude. Cependant, rien n’est perdu! Rien n’est perdu, parce . . . — Map (db m61542) HM WM
France, Île-de-France (Paris), Paris — André Perrin
Ici fut tue par les S.S, le 19 aout 1944 le gardien de la paix Perrin, André

(English translation by Google Translate with modifications:) Here was killed by the SS, August 19, 1944 the Peacekeeper André Perrin — Map (db m61540) WM

France, Île-de-France (Paris), Paris — Centre français de rapatriement
Entre avril et août 1945, un grand nombre de rescapés des camps de prisonniers, des camps de concentration, des camps de travail forcé, tous victimes du nazisme, furent a leur retour accueillis dans la gare d’Orsay, le plus important centre français . . . — Map (db m61633) HM
France, Île-de-France (Paris), Paris — Jewish Student Memorial
A la mémoire des élèves du cette école, déportés de 1942 a 1944 parce que nés juifs, victimes innocentes de la barbarie nazie et du gouvernement de vichy. Plus de 300 enfants du 9ème Arrondissement on été exterminés dans les camps de la mort. . . . — Map (db m86568) WM
France, Île-de-France (Paris), Paris — Le Drapeau Tricolore[The French Flag]
Ici, le 25 Août 1944 Aux ordertaine du Capitaine Sarniguet, les sergents Henri Duriauz, Pierre Noël, le caporal Charles Rouard, les sapeurs Marcel Conversy, André Taillefer, du Regiment de Sapeurs-Pompiers de Paris ont hissé le drapeau tricolore . . . — Map (db m60917) HM
France, Île-de-France (Paris), Paris — Libération de Paris15 août - 28 août 1944
Ce bâtiment, siège de la Préfecture de police, a été, le samedi 19 août 1944, le lieu du déclenchement de l'insurrection des Parisiens contre l'armée d'occupation allemande à l'initiative des mouvements de résistance de la police. Pendant plusieurs . . . — Map (db m85028) HM
France, Île-de-France (Paris), Paris — Ludovic Jacquinot
Dans cette maison l'Adjudant Ludovic Jacquinot du groupe des anges est tombe glorieusement le 26 aout 1944 English translation: In this house. Adjutant Ludovic Jacquinot, one of the “group of angels,” fell gloriously on . . . — Map (db m85310) WM
France, Île-de-France (Paris), Paris — Marcel Rey
Le 19 août 1944 le brigadier des gardiens de la paix Rey Marcel est tombé ici pour la liberation de Paris

(English translation by Google Translate with modifications:) August 19, 1944 the Brigadier of Guardians of the Peace Marcel Rey fell . . . — Map (db m61539) WM

France, Île-de-France (Paris), Paris — The Students of France
Le 11 Novembre 1940 devant la tombe de l’Inconnu Les Etudiants de France manifestant en masse Les Premiers résistèrent à l’occupant

(Translated by Google Translate with modifications:) 11 November 1940 before the tomb of the Unknown . . . — Map (db m60915) HM

France, Languedoc-Roussillon (Hérault Département), Capestang — Rafle Du 9 Juin 1944[Roundup of 9 June 1944]
Sur cette place, le 9 Juin 1944, 179 hommes de 18 à 40 ans furent rassemblés puis transférés en Allemagne par des SS qui avaient investi le village en représailles et déjà abattu Pierre Marty près de la route basse de Poilhes. Parmi eus, Joseph . . . — Map (db m60054) HM
France, Languedoc-Roussillon (Hérault Départment), Beziers — [Gare du Beziers]1942 – 1945
D’ici plus de 3000 ressortissants de notre department ont été contraints de partir pour le travail force en Allemagne En souvenir des deportes du travail morts en exil Victimes du Nazisme L’association des D.T. de Béziers 23 mars . . . — Map (db m60254) HM
France, Languedoc-Roussillon (Hérault Départment), Beziers — Beziers Citizens Murdered
Ici le 20 Aout 1944 avant-veille de libération de Béziers dix biterrois paisibles furent assassines par les hordes Nazies en fuite

Translation by Google Translate (with modifications): Here, on August 20, 1944, two days before the liberation . . . — Map (db m60209) HM

France, Midi-Pyrénées (Haute-Garonne Département), Toulouse — Train Fantôme[Ghost Train]
Le juillet 1944, alors que la France se libérait, 580 internés du camp du Vernet d’Ariège et de la prision Saint-Michel – la plupart résistants originaires de toute l’Europe – partirent de Toulouse, sous escorte nazie, dans le tristement . . . — Map (db m60288) HM
France, Midi-Pyrénées (Haute-Garonne Département), Toulouse — Un Convoi de Déportation de RésistantsLe 30 juillet 1944
Le 30 juillet 1944 Un convoi de déportation de résistants Et d’au moins 166 juifs, dont 26 enfants, a quitté la caserne cafarelli à Toulouse a destination des camps de concentration De Buchenwald pour les hommes, De Ravensbrück pour les femmes et . . . — Map (db m60289) HM
France, Picardie (Aisne Département), Château-Thierry — American 3rd Division MonumentMarne Division
In Memoriam 1917-1918 1942-1945 To the heroic deeds of the Third Infantry Division United States Army World War I Aux exploits héroïques de la Troisième Division d'infanterie américaine Première Guerre mondiale To the heroic deeds . . . — Map (db m86896) WM
France, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur (Var Département), Aups — Aux Enfants d’Aups Mort pour la France
Aux Enfants d’Aups Mort pour la France (English: The children of Aups, died for France) Abeille, Francois • Archier, Jules • Armelin, Jules • Auzende, Marius • Aymes, Frederic • Bagarry, Francois • Bagarry, Gustave • Bernard, Henri • Bernard, . . . — Map (db m61680) WM
France, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur (Var Département), Aups — L’insurrection de 1851The Insurrection of 1851 — On the Heritage Path
(This marker and monument has three parts; The L'insurrection de 1851 marker, the monument to the insurrectionists, and a monument to the local Aups' victims of WWII.) Sur les Chemins du Patrimoine L’attachement des Varois pour la république et . . . — Map (db m61676) HM WM
France, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur (Var Département), Pontevès — Passants, Recueillez-vousAux Heros et Martyrs Tombes au Bessillon 27 Juillet 1944
(This marker/monument has two panels) Ici, le 27 Juillet 1944, dix patriotes Résistants enfermés à la prison de Brignoles furent emmenés et maltraités par les nazis qui les chargèrent d’explosifs dans le but de faire sauter le «Jas du Bessillon» . . . — Map (db m61776) HM WM
France, Rhône-Alpes (Drôme Département), Allan — On August 27th, 1944, at Allan...Le 27 Aout 1944, a Allan...
Le 27 Aout 1944, a Allan neuf soldats americains de la 3eme Division D'Infanterie des Etats-Unis ont donne leur vie pour la liberte
B Company, 756th Tank Battalion 1st Lt. Edgar R. Danby Cpl. Steve Vargo Pbt. Dual F. Dishner . . . — Map (db m68910) HM WM
Germany, Bavaria, Bamberg — Bamberg's World War II Fallen and MissingBamberg Gedenktafel Tote des 2. Weltkriegs
[Marker text in German:] Im Weltkrieg 1939-1945 fielen aus der Stadt Bamberg 1992 getreue deutsche Soldaten an den Fronten Europas u. Afrikas. Durch Bombenangriff gaben ihr Leben für die Heimat 242 Männer, Frauen, und Kinder. Vermisst . . . — Map (db m57829) HM
Germany, Bavaria, Bamberg — The Old TollhouseAlte Mauth
. . . — Map (db m58411) HM
Germany, Bavaria, Munich — Dachau Bomb Disposal Unit
Zum Gedenken an das Bombensuchkommando des KZ Dachau, das in der Zeit vom Juli 1944 bis April 1945 hier untergebracht war. Die SS zwang die Häftlinge unter Einsatz ihres Lebens, Bomben in München zu bergen und zu entschärfen. Zahllose Gefangene . . . — Map (db m22415) HM
Germany, Bavaria (Landkreis Schweinfurt), Gerolzhofen — The Decline of the Jewish Community of Gerolzhofen from January 30, 1933Niedergang der Jüdische Gemeinde Gerolzhofen ab 30. Januar 1933
[Marker text in German:] Urkundlich nachweisbar genehmigte im Jahr 1425 Fürstbischof Johann II v. Brunn die Ansässigmachung von Juden in Gerolzhofen. Viele jüdische Mitbürger engagierten sich im öffentlichen Leben und genossen Vertrauen . . . — Map (db m58963) HM
Germany, Berlin — "Berliner Mauer"1961-1989
(English text) Length 43.1 km East-Berlin/West Berlin, 119 km GDR/ West-Berlin Height 3.60 m.

On the 13th of August, 1961 the SED leadership ordered the closure of the border to the sectors of West Berlin. For 28 years this border divided . . . — Map (db m94130) WM

Germany, Berlin — Berlin Airlift
Dedicated to the people of Berlin who endured the pain of war, gained hope through the Air-Lift, and experienced the rise and fall of the Berlin wall, culminating in their new found freedom with reunification of East/West Berlin.

And to the . . . — Map (db m94191) HM WM

Germany, Berlin — Checkpoint Charlie Site
[Panel 1:] During the time Germany and Berlin were divided by THE WALL, the sign which symbolizes world history was standing here: The victorious powers of World War II and the two Germanies confronted each other here, and the Western powers . . . — Map (db m56213) HM
Germany, Berlin — Soviet War MemorialTiergarten
Вечный славу героев, которые входят в . . . — Map (db m57182) HM
Germany, Berlin — The Legend of Hitler’s BunkerMythos und Geschichtszeugnis »Führerbunker«
[English text:] The Legend of Hitler’s Bunker Some of the greatest legends of our time are intertwined with the so-called Fuehrer’s Bunker. At the same time, this bunker was just one of many in the government quarter around . . . — Map (db m83473) HM
Germany, Berlin — Topography of Terror
The grounds of the “Topography of Terror” were made accessible to the public in 1987 on the occasion of the 750th anniversary of the city Berlin. The excavated remains of buildings, the post-war relics and the exhibition . . . — Map (db m94139) WM
Germany, Brandenburg, Potsdam — Cecilienhof PalacePotsdam Conference 1945
(English text) Cecilienhof Palace, built in the style of an English country house from 1913 to 1917, was the last building of the Hohenzollern family. The grounds, designed by Paul Schultze-Naumburg, served as residence of the family of Crown . . . — Map (db m94150) HM WM
Germany, Hurtgenwald, Hurtgen — German War Cemetery Hurtgen/EifelHurtgenwald-Erinnerung und Begegnung Ehrenfried Hurtgen
From mid September 1944 until the end of February 1945 fierce battles raged in the region between the ridge line of the Hautes Fagnes and the Roer River,-a phase of World War II better known as “The Huertgen Forest Campaign”. American . . . — Map (db m92242) WM
Germany, Hurtgenwald, Vossenack — German War Cemetery Vossenack/EifelHurtgenwald-Erinnerung und Begegnung Ehrenfriedhof Vossenack
From mid September 1944 till the end of February 1945 fierce battles raged in the region between the ridge line of the Hautes Fagnes and the Roer River,-a phase of World War II better known as “The Huertgen Forest Campaign”. American . . . — Map (db m92240) WM
Germany, Rheinland-Pfalz, Ramagen — Peace Museum Bridge at RemagenLudendorff Bridge
When an advance detachment of the US 9th Armored Division reached the Rhine at Remagen on March 7th, 1945, the Americans found the Bridge undestroyed. “Cross the Rhine with dry feet…” was what they proudly wrote on the Bridge in large . . . — Map (db m92243) WM
Germany, Rhineland-Palatinate (Landkreis Ahrweiler), Remagen — In Recognition 99th Infantry Division United States Army
In Recognition 99th Infantry Division United States Army "Checkerboard" • "Battle Babies" The first complete Infantry Division to cross the Rhine Remagen - Erpel March 10-11, 1945 This plaque Erected By 99th Infantry Division . . . — Map (db m82585) HM WM
Germany, Sachsen, Torgau — Defeat and Liberation-The Meeting on the ElbeThe Russian Monument
On April 25, 1945, US Soldiers of the 273rd Regiment, 69th Infantry Division and Soviet troops of the 173rd Regiment, 58th Rifle Division clambered toward each other over the ruins of the Elbe Bridge, destroyed the same morning by the retreating . . . — Map (db m92255) WM
Germany, Thuringia (Weimarer Land Kreis (District)), Buchenwald Memorial — "Blood Road" / „Blutstraße”
Access to Buchenwald Concentration Camp was initially gained by way of a narrow forest road which had served traffic over Ettersberg Mountain for centuries. Its reconstruction as an eight-metre-wide concrete road began in the summer of 1938. The . . . — Map (db m76930) HM
Germany, Thuringia (Weimarer Land Kreis (District)), Buchenwald Memorial — "Goethe's Oak" / „Goethe-Eiche”
Position of the "Goethe's Oak" ———————— Standort der „Goethe-Eiche” ———————— [French and Russian text not translated] — Map (db m76562) HM
Germany, Thuringia (Weimarer Land Kreis (District)), Buchenwald Memorial — Barrack / Barackebuilt after 1945 / nach 1945
This barrack has been mistaken for the seat of the "Political Department" for a long time. "Political Department" was the name of the Gestapo branch office (secret state police) located in a wooden barrack behind this building and destroyed . . . — Map (db m76521) HM
Germany, Thuringia (Weimarer Land Kreis (District)), Buchenwald Memorial — British and Canadian Military Victims of Buchenwald
In honour of the memory of the members of the British and Canadian Forces murdered in Buchenwald Concentration Camp. The lives of four British patriots were saved by the solidarity of German antifascists. They were all imprisoned in Block 17. . . . — Map (db m76558) HM WM
Germany, Thuringia (Weimarer Land Kreis (District)), Buchenwald Memorial — Bulgarian Political Prisoners / Bulgarische politische Häftlinge
Memorial stone (placed) 1970 The translation of the Cyrillic inscription reads: Block 45 Bulgarian political prisoners of the concentration camps. From the Dachau, Radeberg, Buchenwald camps. Former students from Dresden and Bratislava. . . . — Map (db m76730) HM
Germany, Thuringia (Weimarer Land Kreis (District)), Buchenwald Memorial — Camp Fence and the Watchtowers 3, 4 and 5, April 1945Lagerzaun und Wachtürme 3, 4 und 5, April 1945
[Title is text] ———————— [French and Russian text not transcribed] — Map (db m76920) HM
Germany, Thuringia (Weimarer Land Kreis (District)), Buchenwald Memorial — Camp Headquarters / Lagerkommandanturbuilt in 1937 / erbaut 1937 — Fragment of the central part / Fragment des Mittelteils
Camp Headquarters was the office of the camp commandants Karl Koch (1937-1941) and Hermann Pister (1942-1945) and of the commandant's staff. The wooden barrack of the adjutant's office originally formed the western wing of the building. The . . . — Map (db m76529) HM
Germany, Thuringia (Weimarer Land Kreis (District)), Buchenwald Memorial — Camp Road / Lagerstraße
Camp road between blocks (stone barracks), SS photograph, 1943 ————————— Lagerstraße zwischen Steinblocks, SS-Foto 1943 ————————— . . . — Map (db m76729) HM
Germany, Thuringia (Weimarer Land Kreis (District)), Buchenwald Memorial — Crematorium / Krematoriumbuilt 1940-1942 / erbaut 1940-1942
In view of the growing numbers of dead, the SS had a crematorium built in 1940 and extended in 1942. The company Topf & Söhne from Erfurt, developed and delivered the crematorium ovens. About 1,110 people were strangled in the Corpse Cellar. . . . — Map (db m76539) HM WM
Germany, Thuringia (Weimarer Land Kreis (District)), Buchenwald Memorial — Depot / Kammergebäudebuilt in 1939/40 • erbaut 1939/40
This depot as used by the SS to store the civilian clothing and personal possessions of the inmates, as well as the uniforms, shoes and metal eating utensils used in the camp. The inmates were sent by the tens of thousands from the railway . . . — Map (db m76565) HM
Germany, Thuringia (Weimarer Land Kreis (District)), Buchenwald Memorial — Dog Compound / Hundezwinger
Dog compound of the SS military command headquarters, built in 1938 ———————— Hundezwinger des SS-Kommandanturstabes, erbaut 1938 ———————— . . . — Map (db m76927) HM
Germany, Thuringia (Weimarer Land Kreis (District)), Buchenwald Memorial — Ernst Thälmann
Eternal Glory The great son of the German people, the leader the German working class Ernst Thälmann on 18th August 1944 at this point of fascism was murdered ———————— Ewiger . . . — Map (db m76540) HM WM
Germany, Thuringia (Weimarer Land Kreis (District)), Buchenwald Memorial — Female Victims of Buchenwald
No one said farewell No one erected a cross or a stone but they live as long as people remember the more than 27,000 women and girls from over 30 countries who in 1944 and 1945 were detainees in 27 outside sub-camps of Buchenwald . . . — Map (db m76557) HM
Germany, Thuringia (Weimarer Land Kreis (District)), Buchenwald Memorial — Gate building / Torgebäude
Title is text [French and Russian text not translated] — Map (db m76531) HM
Germany, Thuringia (Weimarer Land Kreis (District)), Buchenwald Memorial — Guard Path of the SS Guard DetailPostenweg der SS-Wachmannschaften
Measuring three kilometres in length, the asphalt-covered guard path was an important element of the concentration camp surveillance system. At night, after the SS had left the camp, guards patrolled between the twenty-two watchtowers located . . . — Map (db m76921) HM
Germany, Thuringia (Weimarer Land Kreis (District)), Buchenwald Memorial — Inmates' Laundry and "Goethe Oak"Häftlingswäscherei und „Goethe-Eiche" — Photograph, June 1944 / Foto Juni 1944
Photo taken secretly by the French inmate Georges Angeli ———————— Insgeheim von dem französischen Häftling Georges Angeli aufgenommen ———————— . . . — Map (db m76559) HM
Germany, Thuringia (Weimarer Land Kreis (District)), Buchenwald Memorial — Inmates’ living quarters / Häftlingsunterkünfte
photograph, April 1945 / Foto April 1945 [French and Russian text not transcribed] — Map (db m76537) HM WM
Germany, Thuringia (Weimarer Land Kreis (District)), Buchenwald Memorial — Jewish Memorial / Jüdisches Mahnmal
[Title is text - French and Russian text not transcribed] “So that the generation to come might know, the children, yet to be born, that they too may rise and declare to their children.” (Psalm 78:6) — Map (db m80867) HM WM
Germany, Thuringia (Weimarer Land Kreis (District)), Buchenwald Memorial — National Buchenwald MemorialNationale Mahn- und Gedenkstätte Buchenwald
Die vernichtung des Nazismus mit seinen wurzeln ist unsere losung Der aufbau einer neuen welt des friedens und der freiheit ist unser ziel ———————— The destruction of Nazism and its roots . . . — Map (db m76953) HM
Germany, Thuringia (Weimarer Land Kreis (District)), Buchenwald Memorial — Polish Patriots / Polischen Patrioten
In October 1939, 2098 Polish patriots came to this special camp. 1650 died in 5 months. 123 were locked in a barbed wire cage where after 12 days they froze and starved to death. They suffered and died for the freedom of Poland. . . . — Map (db m76538) HM WM
Germany, Thuringia (Weimarer Land Kreis (District)), Buchenwald Memorial — Sinti and Roma Memorial / Sinti und Roma Denkmal
Memorial to murdered Sinti and Romany Gypsies ———————— Denkmal für die ermordete Sinti und Roma ———————— [French and Russian text not . . . — Map (db m76813) HM
Germany, Thuringia (Weimarer Land Kreis (District)), Buchenwald Memorial — Soviet Prisoners of War / Sowjetische Kriegsgefangene
Site of the camp for Soviet prisoners of war, 1941-1945 ———————— Gelände des lagers für sowjetische Kriegsgefangene, 1941-1945 ———————— . . . — Map (db m76862) HM WM
Germany, Thuringia (Weimarer Land Kreis (District)), Buchenwald Memorial — Soviet Prisoners of War MemorialSowjetische Kriegsgefangene Denkmal
Block 1 • 7 • 13 • 19 • 25 • 30 Lager sowjetischer kriegsgefangener. Allem völkerrecht zum hohn wurden sowjetische soldaten in Buchenwald gefangengehalten. Neben schwerster arbeit wurden sie grausam gequalt und viele starben. trotz . . . — Map (db m76865) HM WM
Germany, Thuringia (Weimarer Land Kreis (District)), Buchenwald Memorial — SS Guard Detachment BarracksKaserne der SS-Wachmannschaften
The barracks of the SS guard detachment, built in 1937/38 Temporary infirmary, April/May 1945 On April 15, 1945, the 120th Evacuation Hospital of the 3rd United States Army arrived in Buchenwald Concentration Camp. Their mission was to . . . — Map (db m76929) HM
Germany, Thuringia (Weimarer Land Kreis (District)), Buchenwald Memorial — SS Guard Detail Splinter Protection TrenchSplitterschutzgraben der SS-Wachmannschaften
[Title is text] ———————— [French and Russian text not transcribed] — Map (db m76916) HM
Germany, Thuringia (Weimarer Land Kreis (District)), Buchenwald Memorial — Stake and Cart / Pfahl und Karren(reconstruction) / (Rekonstruktion)
Means of punishment and work ———————— Straf- und Arbeitsmittel ———————— [French and Russian text not transcribed] — Map (db m76556) HM
Germany, Thuringia (Weimarer Land Kreis (District)), Buchenwald Memorial — Storage Cellar / Vorratskeller
Storage cellar of the inmates' kitchen, built in 1938/39 ———————— Vorratskeller der Häftlingsküche, erbaut 1938/39 ———————— [French and . . . — Map (db m76560) HM
Greece, Kalymnos (peripheral unit) (Pátmos Municipality), Skala Village — Liberation of PatmosCapt. Terence Bruce Mitford
[Marker text printed in both Greek and English scripts:] Erected by the Community of Patmos to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Liberation of the Island, 10 February 1944 by Terence Bruce Mitford Captain, Special Boat Services . . . — Map (db m43136) HM
Ireland, Connacht (County Mayo), Murrisk — Squadron Leader R. F. C. Garvey
In loving memory of Squadron Leader R.F.C. Garvey D.F.C. & Bar Only son of J.C. & Gladys Garvey Born at Murrisk Abbey 11th July 1918 Killed in a flying accident at Shawbury, England, on 14th January 1948 & buried there Dearly . . . — Map (db m28259) HM
Ireland, Leinster (County Dublin), Dublin — The "Three Fates"
This fountain, erected in 1956, is situated near the Leeson Street entrance to the park. It consists of a group of three bronze figures – Nornenbrunnen, representing the Three Fates, who weave and measure the thread of man's destiny. The . . . — Map (db m25306) HM
Ireland, Leinster (County Longford), Longford — County Longford Great War Memorial1914 - 1918
[Northeast Face] To Perpetuate the Memory of the 284 Gallant Soldiers of the County Longford who fell in the Great World War. This Cross was erected by the generous subscriptions of their sorrowing relatives, comrades and . . . — Map (db m27355) HM
Israel, Jerusalem District, Jerusalem — Gethsemane
Garden of Olives Jesus went out with his disciples across the Kidron valley to a place where there was a garden, which he and his disciples entered. (Gospel of John 18:1) “Gethsemane, a place where the Savior prayed before . . . — Map (db m44596) HM
Italy, South Tyrol, Ortisei — Ortisei War Memorial
This marker is in three languages; Ladin, the local language of South Tyrol, German and Italian. (Ladin) La capela di turnei foya unida fata su do la Prima Gran Viera sciche luech de lecort per i 96 saudeies dla pluania de Urtijëi turnei . . . — Map (db m69172) HM WM
Kiribati, Tarawa, Betio — Battle of Tarawa MemorialU.S. Marines War Memorial
Marker front, upper plaque: “Follow Me” 2nd Marine Division United States Marine Corps Battle of Tarawa November 20, 1943 To our fellow Marines who gave their all! The world is free because of you! God rest your . . . — Map (db m85150) WM
Kiribati, Tarawa, Betio — Betio Memorial Tarawa
In memory of the twenty two British subjects murdered by the Japanese at Betio on the 15th of October 1942. Standing unarmed to their posts, they matched brutality with gallantry and met death with fortitude. R G Morgan ∙ B Cleary ∙ I . . . — Map (db m89208) WM
Kiribati, Tarawa, Betio — New Zealand Memorial to U.S. Marines and Navy
Our friends the U.S. Marines of the Second Marine Division and U.S. Navy Personnel left New Zealand-their home away from home- in October 1943 for these shores in defence of freedom and liberty This park is dedicated 70 years later . . . — Map (db m89211) WM
Luxembourg, City of Luxembourg, Hamm — Military Operations in Western Europe6 June 1944—8 May 1945
On 6 June 1944, preceded by airborne units and covered by naval and air bombardment, United States and British Commonwealth forces landed on the coast of Normandy. Pushing southward they established a beachhead some 20 miles in depth. On 25 July, in . . . — Map (db m92185) WM
Luxembourg, Luxembourg City, Hamm — Luxembourg American Cemetery and Memorial1941—1945
In proud remembrance of the achievements of her sons and in humble tribute to their sacrifices this memorial has been erected by the United States of America. — Map (db m92183) WM
New Zealand, Auckland, Auckland CBD — Lord Freyberg Statue
Lord Freyberg V.C., G.C.M.G., K.C.B., K.B.E., D.S.O. 1889 – 1963 Commander of the Second New Zealand Division 1939 – 1945 Governor-General of New Zealand 1946 – 1952 This memorial has been donated by returned servicemen to . . . — Map (db m83526) HM
Philippines, Cavite Province, Corregidor Island — "For the Repose of Souls"Japanese Memorial Garden — 鎮魂
[Text in Japanese Kanji:] This monument is dedicated to the souls of the Filipino, American and Japanese, soldiers whose lives were given in a battle which occurred here on May 5, 1942, when our regiment of the 4th Division landed on . . . — Map (db m64111) HM WM
Philippines, Cavite Province, Corregidor Island — "Tribute to the Brave Heroes"Japanese Memorial Garden
[Text in Japanese Kanji] In remembrance of the 4,500 fallen comrades in arms of the Japanese defense battalion commanded by Captain Akira Tagaki, the senior commander, composed of : 0-4 Squadron Troop 330 31st Naval Special Resistance . . . — Map (db m64039) HM WM
Philippines, Cavite Province, Corregidor Island — 503rd Airborne- "The Rock Force" -Memorial
Marker panel 1 on top of monument: ”I see the old flagpole still stands. Have your troops hoist the colors to its peak, and let no enemy ever haul them down.” These historic words were spoken by General Douglas MacArthur . . . — Map (db m66173) WM
Philippines, Cavite Province, Corregidor Island — CorregidorMonument to Peace, Human Valor and International Understanding
Corregidor derived its name from Corregimiento or “Municipal District”. About 1225 the island became a stronghold for Chinese pirates until the latter were driven by the Moros. Became Spanish possession, 1570, when Spaniards . . . — Map (db m63652) HM WM
Philippines, Cavite Province, Corregidor Island — General Jonathan M. Wainwright Memorial
[west face:] [Portrait of General Wainwright] General Jonathan M. Wainwright 1883 to 1953 HERO OF BATAAN Medal of Honor Citation “General Jonathan M. Wainwright, 02131, commanding United States Army Forces in . . . — Map (db m63575) WM
Philippines, Cavite Province, Corregidor Island — Malinta Tunnel
Begun in 1922 and substantially completed in 1932, the tunnel complex consisted of east-west passage measuring 836 ft. long by 24 ft. wide 13 laterals on its north side and 11 laterals on the south side. Reinforced with concrete walls. Floor and . . . — Map (db m63648) HM WM
Philippines, Cavite Province, Corregidor Island — To the AngelsU.S. Army Nurse Corps – U.S. Navy Nurse Corps — THE ANGELS OF BATAAN AND CORREGIDOR
In honor of the valiant American military women who gave so much of themselves in the early days of World War II, they provided care and comfort to the gallant defenders of Bataan and Corregidor, they lived on a starvation diet, shared the . . . — Map (db m64032) HM WM
Philippines, Laguna, Los Baños — Pook ng Bilangguang Kampo sa Los Baños — "Los Baños Internment Camp"
Panel 1: Pook ng Bilangguang Kampo sa Los Baños Ginamit ng mga Hapones bilang bilangguang kampo para sa mga bihag na Amerikano at ibang banyaga noong 1943. Nilusob ng pinagsanib na pangkat ng gerilyang Filipino mula sa mga kasapi ng ROTC . . . — Map (db m63618) HM WM
Philippines, Leyte (Palo), Palo City — Leyte Landing/Paglunsad sa Leyte
Panel 1 (Text in Filipino): Sa pook na ito sa Palo, Leyte nagbalik sa Filipinas si Heneral Douglas MacArthur noong 20 Oktubre 1944 at personal na nanguna sa mabilisang pagtataboy sa hukbong Hapones na nasa Pilipinas. Ang Pangulong . . . — Map (db m63620) HM WM
Philippines, Manila, Ermita — In Memory of the Victims of Military Sexual Slavery during the Second World War
This historical marker is being offered in memory of the Filipina victims of Japanese Military sexual slavery during the Second World War. During the Japanese occupation of the Philippines approximately 1,000 women became victims of military . . . — Map (db m62969) HM
Philippines, Manila, Ermita — Manila Metropolitan Theater
In Tagalog: Nagsimula bilang isang pambansang tanghalan ayon sa disenyo ni arkitekto Juan Arellano. Pinasinayaan noong 1931. Naging tanghalan ng mga artistanf Pilipino at banyaga. Nagpalabas ng mga opera, pageant, at dulang Kastila at Ingles . . . — Map (db m25090) HM
Philippines, Manila, Ermita — Philippine General HospitalPGH
In Tagalog: Itinatag sa bisa ng Kautusan bilang 1688 ng Komisyon ng Pilipinas bilang dibisyon ng Kagawaran ng Kalusugan, 1907 sa pamamagitan ni Dean C. Worcester, inilagay ang Panukulang bato Disyembere 8, 1908; Natapos, Nobyembere 30,1909. . . . — Map (db m25078) HM
Philippines, Manila, Ermita — U.S. Forces Liberate ManilaTo the Heroes of Manila
Late in the afternoon of February 3, 1945 two groups of the flying column of the 1st Cavalry Division, including the attached 44th Tank Battalion, entered Manila, with the first group taking possession of Malacanang Palaca and the second group . . . — Map (db m25228) HM
Philippines, Manila, Intramuros — Memorare-Manila 1945
This monument is erected in memory of the more than 100,000 defenseless civilians who were killed during the Battle for the Liberation of Manila between February 3 and March 3,1945. They were mainly victims of heinous acts perpetrated by the . . . — Map (db m25517) HM
Philippines, Manila, Intramuros — No. 1 Victoria St.
On this site once stood the headquarters of General Douglas MacArthur commanding general of the United States Army Forces in the Far East (USAFFE) Popularly known as "No. 1 Victoria St." it was located opposite the USAFFE headquarters at the . . . — Map (db m25241) HM
Philippines, Manila, Intramuros — Plazuela de Santa IsabelPlaza Sampalucan
Made part of Santa Isabel College which lacked an open space characteristic of Spanish buildings. Empty lot called Sampalucan along Calle Anda joined to enlarge plazuela in the 18th century. Restored in 1983. Monument dedicated to . . . — Map (db m25164) HM
Philippines, Manila, Intramuros — The Jesuit Compound
This block was occupied by the Jesuits upon their arrival in 1581 until their expulsion in 1768. The Church of Santa Ana (1587), Colegio Maximo de San Ignacio (1595), Colegio de San Jose (1601), and the first church and convent of San Ignacio (1626) . . . — Map (db m25232) HM
Philippines, Metro Manila, Binondo — Filipino-Chinese World War II Martyrs Memorial
Marker Panels 1 and 2: on the north face of the memorial's base with text in Chinese and English [portions illegible] - listed units include: “Phil-Chinese Volunteer Corps”, “Anti-Jap[anese] & Puppets," "... Grand . . . — Map (db m64666) WM
Philippines, Metro Manila, Binondo — Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary Parish ChurchPilipino Parish — Plaza San Lorenzo Ruiz, Binondo, Manila
His Eminence, Jaime Cardinal Sin. D.D. Archbishop of Manila commissioned Very Rev. Msgr. Federico V. Navarro to start the restoration and reconstruction of this church on January 1977, which was finished in January 1984. In May 9, 1985, the . . . — Map (db m64588) HM
Philippines, Metro Manila, Sampaloc, Manila — Santo Tomas Internment Camp — Main Building, University of Santo Tomas
Through these portals passed up to ten thousand Americans and other nationals of the free world who were interned within these walls by the Japanese military. Suffering great physical privation and national humiliation from January 4, 1942, until . . . — Map (db m72731) HM WM
Philippines, Metro Manila, Sampaloc, Manila — NHCP No. 5 — University of Santo Tomas[a.k.a: "U.S.T."; or "Catholic University of the Philppines"] — Archbishop Miguel de Benavides, O. P. - Founder
Tagalog text: Unang itinatag sa Intramuros bilang Seminaryo ng Colegio de Nuestra Señora del Santisimo Rosario ni Arsobispo Miguel de Benavides, O.P. 28 Abril 1611. Pinangalanang Colegio de Santo Tomas bilang pag-alaala kay . . . — Map (db m72769) HM
Philippines, Metro Manila, Taguig — Manila American Cemetery and Memorial — The American Battle Monuments Commission
Manila American Cemetery, the largest of 24 cemeteries built and administered by the American Battle Monuments Commission, both in area and number of graves. 16,636 military dead of the United States of America from World War II rest here, . . . — Map (db m73079) HM WM
Philippines, Pampanga ("Clark Freeport" a.k.a. "Clark Free Zone"), Angeles — Col. John M. Stotsenburg - Maj. Harold M. ClarkFort Stotsenberg/Clark Air Base — - Clark Air Base Museum -
Panel 1: Col. John M. Stotsenburg Fort Stotsenburg, now the Stotsenburg Area, was named for John M. Stotsenburg, Captain, Sixth U.S. Cavalry, and Colonel, First Nebraska Volunteers. A native of Indiana, and a graduate of the U.S. . . . — Map (db m73353) HM WM
Philippines, Zambales (Subic Bay Freeport Zone), Olongapo — The Hellships Memorial
Inscription on first monolith: This memorial honors the thousands of World War II Allied prisoners of war transported under horrific conditions by their Japanese captors on “Hellships” and scattered all across Asia to work as . . . — Map (db m68846) HM WM
Saint Lucia, Castries — World Wars Memorial
To the Glory of God and the abiding memory of the men of Saint Lucia who lost their lives in the Great War 1914-1918. British West Indies Regiment. No. ∙ Rank ∙ Name ∙ Batt. ∙ 1092 Pte. Arthur Augustin 2nd. ∙10458 . . . — Map (db m93815) WM
Saint Lucia, Gros Islet, Pigeon Island — U.S. Signal Station1941
U.S. Signal Station 1941 Nearly two centuries after Rodney recognized its importance, Pigeon Island was again used as a strategic base, during World War II. This U.S. Signal Station was built over Rodney’s existing mortar battery dating from . . . — Map (db m82690) HM WM
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Saint George, Kingstown — Saint Vincent World War I Monument
Seal of St. Vincent and the Grenadines To the Glory of God and in memory of the sons of Saint Vincent who gave their lives for King and Country in the Great War 1914 – 1918 Roll of Honour Officers, Non-Commissioned . . . — Map (db m82658) WM
Switzerland, Lucerne (Lucerne (District)) — General Henri Guisan
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United Kingdom, Dumfries & Galloway (Scotland), Portpatrick — Z4
In grateful appreciation for their rescue and recovery of the 301 TCS aircrew and their passengers, we thank the local community and all those who have memorialized our fallen brothers Dedicated 5 June 2007 By the 301st Aircraft Squadron Travis . . . — Map (db m34061) HM
United Kingdom, England, London — The Battle of Britain Memorial
Front: The Battle of Britain Back: Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few Winston Churchill — Map (db m85843) WM
United Kingdom, England (Cambridgeshire), Molesworth — 303rd Bombardment Group (H) "Hells Angels"Flew from this airfield — Station 107 Molesworth
Left Panel: 303rd Bomb Group (H) 8th Air Force Arrived UK - 12 Sep 42 First Combat Mission 17 Nov 42 Last Combat Mission 25 Apr 45 365 Combat Missions (The most of any 8AF B-17 Group) 10,721 Sorties - 378 Enemy aircraft . . . — Map (db m77892) HM WM
United Kingdom, Northern Ireland (County Antrim), Bushmills — World Wars Memorial
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United Kingdom, Northern Ireland (County Fermanagh), Belleek — Donegal Corridor
During the Second World War (1939-1945) Sunderland and Catalina Flying Boats from RAF Castle Archdale were given permission by the neutral Irish Free State government to fly along the River Erne between Belleek and Ballyshannon. This was known . . . — Map (db m72536) HM WM
United Kingdom, Northern Ireland (County Fermanagh), Enniskillen — World Wars Memorial
Our Glorious Dead 1914 - 1918 1939 - 1945 [Roll of Honored Dead] — Map (db m72620) HM
United Kingdom, Northern Ireland (County Fermanagh), Irvinestown — Welcome to Irvinestown
The town takes its name from the Irvine family who were the landlords of the district and came from Bonshaw in Scotland in the 17th century. They lived at Castle Irvine which today is known as Necarne Castle. The town was first known as . . . — Map (db m72609) HM
United Kingdom, Northern Ireland (County Londonderry), Derry-Londonderry — World Wars Memorial
To Our Honoured Dead and Those Who Served 1914 - 1918 1939 - 1945 Names of the Fallen [Panels not transcribed] Sculptures by Vernon March, 1926 — Map (db m71133) WM
United Kingdom, Northern Ireland (County Londonderry), Garvagh — World Wars Memorial
The Great War 1914 - 1918 "The Fallen" Faithful unto death Black H.C. • Bradley J. • Bradley P. • Caldwell, W. • Caskey M. • Collins R. • Dale T. • Dempsey J. • Faith J. • Gavin R. F. Capt. • Hall T. Cpl. • Hazlett J.B. • Lynch J. Cpl. . . . — Map (db m70726) WM
United Kingdom, Northern Ireland (County Tyrone), Moy — World Wars Memorial
The Great War 1914-1918 In Memoriam Aird A. • Allen R. • Allen W. • Allen W.J. • Bradley F.E. • Bradley F.H. • Bradley R.I. • Carson R. • Carson W. • Coleman G. • Davies C.C. • Duke W. • Fullerton J. • Gray J. • Hagan T.J. • Harkin C. • . . . — Map (db m70725) WM
United Kingdom, Scotland (Kilmonivaig), Spean Bridge — The Commandos1940-45
In the summer of 1949 when Britain's fortunes in World War II were at their lowest ebb and an enemy invasion was threatened Winston Churchill boldly ordered the raising of an elite force to raid the enemy-held coastline of Europe and regain the . . . — Map (db m85790) WM
United Kingdom, Scotland (Lothian), Edinburgh — 603 (City of Edinburgh) SquadronRoyal Auxillary Air Force
1925----------1957 603 (City of Edinburgh) Squadron Royal Auxillary Air Force This Spitfire Is A Memorial To The Valour Of Those Members of the Squadron Who Gave Their Live In The Service Of Their Country "Never In The Field of . . . — Map (db m86606) WM
United Kingdom, Suffolk (Mid Suffolk), Botesdale — In Grateful Memory
In grateful Memory of those men from the parishes of Botesdale-Redgrave-Rickinghall– Superior and Inferior, who fell in The Great War 1914-1918 Also in affectionate memory of those who gave their lives in the . . . — Map (db m52451) HM
Alabama (Autauga County), Prattville — Autauga County World War II Memorial
Dedicated to the Veterans of Autauga County who served their country during WWII — Map (db m70817) WM
Alabama (Baldwin County), Fort Morgan — The Pride of Seven Flags
(East Face): Tribute dedicated to the memory of the soldiers who gave their lives in the defense of our country here at Fort Morgan. Here lies the pride of seven flags entombed in our ancestor’s worth, who heard the thunder of the fray . . . — Map (db m4649) HM
Alabama (Baldwin County), Gulf Shores — Panama Mount
After World War I, the versatile M1918M1 gun and its M1918A1 carriage were adapted for coast defense. Although the gun could be traversed over a wider range than other large guns of the period, it was still unable to adequately track moving . . . — Map (db m81808) HM
Alabama (Baldwin County), Gulf Shores — U.S. Model 1918M1 155mm Gun and Model 1918A1 Carriage
The U.S. Model 1918M1 155mm Gun, more commonly known as the “G.P.F.”, was a French heavy artillery piece manufactured in the U.S. for use by the U.S. Army during World War I. Due to the gun’s mobility and hitting power, it was used . . . — Map (db m69910) HM
Alabama (Butler County), Greenville — World War II Memorial
Front 1941—1945 Dedicated to the glory of God and in grateful memory of all those Butler Countians who served their country in the cause of freedom. Rear These made the Supreme Sacrifice 1942 . . . — Map (db m83260) WM
Alabama (Calhoun County), Saks — 27th. Division Veterans Memorial
Dedicated Oct. 15, 1980 and given in memory of those members who gave their lives in World War I & II by the 27th. Division Association whose members trained on this ground 1940-1941 — Map (db m53009) HM
Alabama (Chambers County), LaFayette — Chambers County War Memorial
In Memory of Chambers Co. Veterans Who Gave Their Lives In Following Wars World War II Askew, Arthur L. Pvt. • Austin, George L. Jr. 1st Lt. • Baker, Edwin H. Sgt. • Bassett, Wilma M. Pvt. • Belcher, Guy E. PFC. • Bishop, Ulysses . . . — Map (db m18163) WM
Alabama (Chambers County), Valley — Armed Forces Tribute
A Tribute to the men of our community who have served in the Armed Forces for our country Lest We Forget — Map (db m71652) WM
Alabama (Chambers County), Valley — Langdale Veterans Memorial
In Honor of All Langdale Veterans World War II To those who gave the ultimate sacrifice — Map (db m71654) WM
Alabama (Chilton County), Thorsby — Thorsby Remembers Our Veterans
For the men and women of all branches of the military Thank you for your service God Bless you all — Map (db m73233) WM
Alabama (Clay County), Ashland — Clay County Veterans Memorial
Dedicated to the veterans of Clay County who so unselfishly served and to those who died in defense of their country Let it be said “We will never forget” Left Panel List of World War I, World War II and Korean War veterans . . . — Map (db m14302) WM
Alabama (Conecuh County), Evergreen — Conecuh County War Memorial
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Alabama (Covington County), Andalusa — Covington County Veterans Memorial Park
In 2001 Andalusia Mayor Earl Johnson enlisted Kenneth G. Johnson, a local Marine Corps veteran, to help begin the process of developing a veterans' park and monument to honor U. S. veterans, a project that had long been the dream of thousands . . . — Map (db m94202) WM
Alabama (Covington County), Andalusia — Covington County War Memorial
West Covington County Veterans Memorial Park Inscribed hereon are the names of those who made the supreme sacrifice in defense of our nation To those who died, honor and eternal rest To those who . . . — Map (db m94213) WM
Alabama (Dale County), Ozark — Dale Veterans Memorial
Dedicated to the memory of those Dale County veterans who died in defense of our country World War I Obie A. Alpin • Sam E. Andrews • Marlin R. Arnett • Robert Arrington • Lester Avant • Ivey Y. Beasley • Jere Brown • Mose Canter • Glen . . . — Map (db m36561) WM
Alabama (Dallas County), Selma — Craig Air Force BaseAdvanced Flying Training School
On May 3. 1941, the largest flying field in the United States, military or civilian, opened its gates as a new unit of the Southeast Air Corps Training Center, where flying cadets received advanced schooling in the handling of multi-mile-a-minute . . . — Map (db m92359) HM
Alabama (Dallas County), Selma — Dallas County World Wars MemorialLest· We· Forget — World War I 1917-1918 — World War II 1941-1945
Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. St. John, 15-13 Erected in grateful humility to the enduring memory of those of Dallas County whose names appear hereon who made the supreme . . . — Map (db m83522) WM
Alabama (Dallas County), Selma — Memorial StadiumSelma Alabama
Erected and dedicated to the memory of those of Dallas County who fought and died in two world wars that we may retain our great heritage of freedom, justice and democracy World War I April 6, 1917–November 11, 1918 . . . — Map (db m82029) WM
Alabama (Dallas County), Selma — Take Her DownGilmore, Howard Walter - Commander, U.S.N. — Born 29 September 1902, Selma, Ala.
Medal of Honor Citation For distinguished gallantry and valor above and beyond the call of duty as Commanding Officer of U. S. submarine GROWLER (SS-215) during her fourth war patrol in the Southwest Pacific from 10 January to 7 . . . — Map (db m82036) HM
Alabama (Elmore County), Millbrook — World War II Memorial Center
A Recreation Center for Millbrook, Robinson Springs, and Coosada Memorial Center Dedicated as a living memorial to the boys who lost their lives in the service of their country during World War II 1941 — 1945 Frank . . . — Map (db m83721) WM
Alabama (Elmore County), Wetumpka — World War II Memorial
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Alabama (Escambia County), Brewton — Escambia County Veterans Memorial
West Side Veterans Memorial North Side Duty Honor Country Built by the People of Escambia County Dedicated November 11, 1987 Honoring those men and women of Escambia County who served . . . — Map (db m84397) WM

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