Henri-Chapelle American Cemetery

  • Cimetière Militaire Américain d'Henri-Chapelle
  • Cimetière Militaire Américain d'Henri-Chapelle
Cimetière Militaire Américain d'Henri-ChapelleCimetière Militaire Américain d'Henri-Chapelle

Henri-Chapelle American Cemetery is home to 7992 American soldiers who died during the Second World War. The Memorial consists of a colonnade where the names of 450 missing soldiers are engraved. At one end of the Memorial is the chapel. At the other end, the map hall gives a general presentation of the battles that took place in the area.

During the guided tour of the Henri-Chapelle American Cemetery, you will be given an overview of the cemetery’s past and the battles in which American

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