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What a beautifully maintained site for an extremely sad events, the care given to the whole area is lovely and it is so quiet and peaceful, total different to the ways here people must have died. Well worth a stop to make you think about...More
I visited here as part of a leger battlefield tour.
Though this was my second visit I’m still moved by the rows and rows of brave men.
This is the biggest British WW2 cemetery in the world and is worth stopping and going in to...More
Came here on a day trip as well as doing other things, this place is stunning, in terms of how beautifully it is looked after, it is a shame about the waste of life, albeit we get to live in a free society, so whilst...More
Reichswald Forest War Cemetery is one of the most beautiful of the CWGC cemeteries i have visited. The scale of casualties is beyond description, almost 7600 are laid to rest here, in neat rows as far as the eye can see. Yet the atmosphere is...More
A worth while stop to pay your respects to mainly air crew from bomber command RAF although there are other allied military graves here too. Park opposite the main gate under the trees (free) and cross the busy road to the cemetery. This cemetery contains...More
Visited Reichswald Forest Cemetery in early September 2016, with my wife who wanted to visit her grandfather who was killed on 2nd March 1945.
A perfect tribute to those buried there and an absolute credit to the Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) staff who manage...More