Another small selection from the German Military Cemetery at Broadhurst Green.
As with all of the memorials here, they are bi-lingual. This one explains the number inhumations. If you look closely, the totals have changed,
The huge "Cross of Sacrifice" in the centre of the cemetery
Memorial tone commemorating friendship between Staffordshire and Bremen
Part of the World War 2 plot, including aircrew
At least one of the rows commemorates Ukranian servicemen
Rather strangely, these grave markers are recumbent. They are all bomber crews, buried together in a single plot for each crew. The dates are heaviest for the early War years but span the entire conflict
Commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of the end of WW2, this small imaginative memorial is difficult to photograph! Being clear, off went the autofocus and it was back to manual, with the result seen here. I do have a few good ones of the tree behind it. It certainly is an interesting plaque and worth looking out for.