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Briey German War Cemetery -  World War I Memorial - Metz - European Tourist Guide - euro-t-guide.com

The Briey German War Cemetery is located the town of Briey - just north west of Metz. The cemetery holds 2,244 German war graves from World War I - and includes a few Jewish graves.
 
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Two of the many German World War I graves at the Briey German War Cemetery. Two of the Jewish gravestones and some of the Christian crosses.

Two of the many German World War I graves at the Briey German War Cemetery. Two of the Jewish gravestones and some of the Christian crosses.
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One of the German World War I memorial stones at the Briey German War Cemetery. The text tells that 1004 German soldiers are buried in a mass grave - 955 will remain "unknown".

One of the German World War I memorial stones at the Briey German War Cemetery. The text tells that 1004 German soldiers are buried in a mass grave - 955 will remain "unknown".
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One of the many German World War I graves at the Briey German War Cemetery. Both these soldiers were killed in 1916.

One of the many German World War I graves at the Briey German War Cemetery. Both these soldiers were killed in 1916.
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The memorial cross at the Briey German War Cemetery.

The memorial cross at the Briey German War Cemetery.
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The inscription on the memorial cross at the Briey German War Cemetery.

The inscription on the memorial cross at the Briey German War Cemetery.
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One of the many German World War I graves at the Briey German War Cemetery. Both these soldiers were killed in 1918.

One of the many German World War I graves at the Briey German War Cemetery. Both these soldiers were killed in 1918.
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