Champigny-St. André War Cemetery

Champigny-la-Futelaye, France

The German war cemetery Champigny-St. André contains 19,809 German graves from the World War II. There is also a mass grave with 816 casualties. Of these, 303 are identified. They were brought together to this cemetery from the regions Eure, Orne, Seine-Maritime, Eure-et-Loire and Seine-et-Oisne.



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Founded: 1944
Category: Cemeteries, mausoleums and burial places in France

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Ronny Menzel (2 years ago)
A nice reminder of my service. 1996/97 War grave repair by the Air Force Security Squadron (Radar Command Department 13 Brekendorf (Eckernförde)
Paul Lesellier (2 years ago)
In response to Mr Lucas Nugia's comment Good morning sir, sorry for your feelings during your visit to the cemetery. It would have been wise to specify in your comment that you came at night, wearing gloves with a flashlight. The cemetery being closed at this time, it was quite normal for me to wonder when you came. You can come back during opening hours, we will be delighted to welcome you. Best regards The conservative
Yveline Salmo (2 years ago)
Place of great beauty and tranquility. The cemetery is very well maintained. We were welcomed by the curator who gave us lots of information with great kindness. Thank you to the staff for maintaining this cemetery so well by paying tribute to all those who died.
Gwen L (3 years ago)
I go to this cemetery regularly. To walk, disconnect and enjoy the tranquility. Recently there is a curator. If the idea is good to inform or accompany families or visitors, I would have appreciated that he did not speak to me with suspicion and avoid projecting his a priori and perception on my visit. The place is beautiful. Well maintained. Pleasant. But the disastrous reception. I refuse to go back.
patrice beigle (4 years ago)
There is the shock of the immensity of this cemetery. Nearly 19,000 graves .... And also the serenity of this perfectly maintained place. A very beautiful place of peace but it is a peace arrived too late for all those there ..
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