Monuments of the World War II, for 60th anniversary



Bande Belgium  

Plaque dedicated to the 1st Parachute Battalion (June 12, 2004) 

Benonchamps Belgium

In the middle of Benonchamps, close to the bus stop, a rock with a sign engraved with the names of the civilian victims of the village.

Berlé, Luxembourg 


If this old dairy could speak, it would say: "I have been standing here 60 years ago and I saw the destruction of my village.  I alone survived.  So let an Old veteran salute Old veterans".

In gratitude to our liberators, the 90th US Infantry Division.           (November 16, 2004)

Chenogne Belgium

Monument dedicated to the 23 inhabitants of Chenogne killed during the Battle of the Bulge. (December 19, 2004)

Clervaux Luxembourg

Plaque in front of the Sherman M4A3 (76 mm) tank at the Castle entrance 9th Armored Division Company "B" / 2nd Division (CEBA)

Foy Belgium

FOY AMERICAN MEMORIAL: stainless steel monument dedicated to the former American Temporary Military Cemetery. (September 10, 2004)

Foy - Bizory Belgium

Monument built by The Men of Easy Company Foundation and the Group COBRA. It is dedicated to the men of E Company / 506th PIR / 101st Airborne Division and especially to the 14 men killed in action in this area. (June 10, 2005)

Gênes Belgium

Plaque dedicated at the memory of Troopers J. J. GALLAGHER 21 years, B. C. ROBERTS 20 years. 2nd Derbyshire Yeomanry, 51st Highland Division who given their lives for the liberation of Genes on January 10, 1945. (January 2005)

Hodister Belgium

Monument dedicated at the memory of John Campbell, 18 years, Arthur Downing, 30 years, Francis Moyses, 19 years. 5th Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders, 51st Highland Division, who given their lives for the liberation of Hodister, January 10, 1945. (January 2005)

La Roche Belgium

Sherman M4A1 76mm Gun dedicate to the 2nd and 3rd Armored Division. (December 17, 2004).

Malmedy Belgium

Plaque dedicated to Pfc Francis S. Currey, "K" Company, 120th Infantry Rgt, who received the Medal of Honor for his action. (September 9, 2004)

Manhay Belgium

Plaque dedicated to the 3rd Bn, 517th Parachute Infantry Regiment. (June 2, 2004)

Marche-en-Famenne Belgium

Plaque dedicated to the XXX British Corps. (June 12, 2004)

Poteau Belgium

Monument dedicated to the victims of the 14th Cavalry Group ( 18th & 32nd Reconnaissance Squadron ), who lost their lives at exactly this spot during the famous ambush of 12.18.44. (December 2004)

Poteau Belgium

Sherman M4 (105) dedicated at the memory of S/Sgt Truman Van Tine, 40th Tank Bn, 7th Armored Div, seriously wounded in action at Poteau on December 18, 1944.

Schumanns Eck Luxembourg

Memorial Trail 1944 – 1945

Schumanns Eck Luxembourg

On June 12, 2004, the National Liberation Memorial (NLM) Association (comprised of the "Bulge" museums of Ettelbruck, Clervaux, Diekirch and Wiltz) had invited to the official inauguration of the comprehensive and impressive memorial trail, documenting the tough fighting at sub-zero temperatures that raged in the dense forests around Schumanns Eck crossroads (near Wiltz) in December 1944 – January 1945.

Schumanns Eck Luxembourg

Monument at the so called place "Massegraf" (paupers grave) dedicated to the Memory of all soldiers who died in these woods in winter 1944-1945 (NLM)

Sibret Belgium

monument (one sign and one bomb on a rock) to the civilian victims of Sibret (December 19, 2004)

Stavelot Belgium

Plaque dedicated at all US units who liberated the town on September 44 and during the Battle of the Bulge. (September 12, 2004)

Tenneville Belgium

Plaque dedicated to the link-up on January 14, 1945 between troops of the 347th Infantry Regiment, 87th Division and the 5th Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders, 51st Highland Division. (June 12, 2004)

Wiltz (road Wiltz-Noertrange) Luxembourg 

 "Bazooka Boogie" Memorial 28th Infantry Division Band (NLM City of Wiltz)