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Military
Cemeteries
I visited

 

 

Florence (IT)
Sicily-Rome (IT)
Margraten (NL)
Luxemburg (LUX)
Henri Chapelle (B)
Ardennes (B)
Somme (FR)
Epinal (FR)
Lorraine (FR)
Meusse-Argonne (FR)
St-Mihiel (FR)
Normandy (FR)
Brittany (FR)
North Africa (TU)
Gettysburg (USA)
Arlington (USA)

Ysselsteyn (NL)
Bordj Cedria (TU)
Sandweiler (LUX)
Marigny (FR)
Orglandes (FR)
La Camba (FR)
Vossenack (D)
Hurtgen (D)
Düsseldorf (D)

Bayeux (FR)
Hotton (B)
Venray (NL)
Sittard (NL)
Arnhem (NL)
Nijmegen (NL)
Overloon (NL)
Brunssum (NL)

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July 23-24, 2016 visit the Somme Area (Northern-France)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

June 27th, 2015 Visit to Oisne-Aisne American Military Cemetery, France.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sgt. Michael DeFebio

 

Adopted Grave, Margraten (NL)

 

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Tec5. Gerard K. Duncan

 

Adopted Grave, Henri-Chapelle (B)

 

 

 

Gerard K. Duncan and Michael DeFebio

both came from Providence, RI.

and served in the same Tank Destroyer Battalion during WW2. 

 

 

"Hit Hard"

 

643rd Tank Destroyer Battalion

 

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Adopted Grave

 

British War Cemetery Brunssum

 

Pvt. H.H. Roy Allam

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Wiltshire Regiment, 5th Battalion

 

 

 

 

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