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American Cemetery & Memorial, Margraten
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American Cemetery & Memorial Margaten.

Hier liggen in totaal 8.301 Amerikanen begraven welke in de 2e wereldoorlog zijn gesneuveld in de strijd om Nazi Duitsland te verslaan.

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Alexander Ruttgers
American Cemetery & Memorial Margaten
Alexander Ruttgers
American Cemetery & Memorial, Margraten
Alexander Ruttgers
American Cemetery & Memorial Margaten
Alexander Ruttgers
American Cemetery & Memorial, Margraten
Alexander Ruttgers
American Cemetery & Memorial, Margraten
Alexander Ruttgers
American Cemetery & Memorial, Margraten
Alexander Ruttgers
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