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The Langemark German War Cemetery is located north of Ypres, but was during World War I mainly on the German side of the frontline. With 44,403 casualties of the First World War buried here it is on of the largest German war cemetery is located in the west.   
        
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A view over a larger section of the Langemark German War Cemetery.

A view over a larger section of the Langemark German War Cemetery. 
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One of the large memorial stones at the Langemark German War Cemetery. Each stone carries hundreds - if not more that a thousand - names of soldiers that have been killed during World War I.

One of the large memorial stones at the Langemark German War Cemetery. Each stone carries hundreds - if not more that a thousand - names of soldiers that have been killed during World War I.  
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The Langemark German War Graves is a typical German military cemetery - with dark grave stones lying flat on the ground and a few dark crosses.

The Langemark German War Graves is a typical German military cemetery - with dark grave stones lying flat on the ground and a few dark crosses. 
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The central memorial at the Langemark German War Cemetery. The stones surrounding this green area carries the names of thousands of German soldiers that were killed during World War I.

The central memorial at the Langemark German War Cemetery. The stones surrounding this green area carries the names of thousands of German soldiers that were killed during World War I.
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One of the many grave stones at the Langemark German War Cemetery. Notice that each stone carries many names. The soldiers mentioned on this stone was all killed in 1917 and 1918.

One of the many grave stones at the Langemark German War Cemetery. Notice that each stone carries many names. The soldiers mentioned on this stone was all killed in 1917 and 1918.
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A view over a larger section of the Langemark German War Cemetery.

A view over a larger section of the Langemark German War Cemetery.

 
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