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The La Cambe War Cemetery is the largest German World War II cemetery in the D-day area in Normandy with 21,222 war graves. Most of the graves here are from June 1944 until the end of 1944 - and a lot of the graves are from the days around the D-day.    
 
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Typical German headstones at the German La Cambe World War II Cemetery.

Typical German headstones at the German La Cambe World War II Cemetery. For each of these there are a number of smaller headstones flat on the ground.
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The statue at the hill inside the German La Cambe World War II Cemetery - seen from behind.

The statue at the hill inside the German La Cambe World War II Cemetery - seen from behind.
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Typical German headstones at the German La Cambe World War II Cemetery. Normally there are two or more names on a headstone - here one of them is an unknown soldier.

Typical German headstones at the German La Cambe World War II Cemetery. Normally there are two or more names on a headstone - here one of them is an unknown soldier.
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Typical German headstones at the German La Cambe World War II Cemetery. Heimo Renn was killed on the 6th of June 1944 - D-day.

Typical German headstones at the German La Cambe World War II Cemetery. Heimo Renn was killed on the 6th of June 1944 - D-day.
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A view over a part of the German  World War II Cemetery - La Cambe

A view over a part of the German World War II Cemetery - La Cambe.
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A sign outside the German World War II Cemetery - La Cambe.

A sign outside the German World War II Cemetery - La Cambe.
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