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Reading the history of the invasion of the Japanese Imperial Armed Forces in the Philippine and neighboring islands in the Pacific during World War II as artistically written on the walls of the memorial was so informative. The many casualties from the American side as...More
Built along the same plan as the Memorial Cemetery Omaha Beach, this is a moving and peaceful tribute to those who fought and defeated the brutal Imperial Japanese. You can spend an hour or two quietly viewing the rows of dead as well as trace...More
It was a beautiful and peaceful cemetery. It was scenic and well maintained. This place gave a sense of tranquility and past memory. There are about 17,500 graves at this place. The names (and other relevant information) were engraved on the walls. A must visit...More
This attraction is a well maintained peaceful cemetery...... you can wonder around and read lots of information about the amazing U.S soldiers that unfortunately died during combat.
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I cannot say enough about this cemetery. Without question, it is spiritually moving. I went once with my son (from US) in February 2019 and had to go back. I plan to return often. There are over 17,000 graves here (the largest of its kind...More
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I would be interested to see what you did in your situation. Personally, I wouldn't do it, I've been to this graveyard about 10 times.. Traffic can be a problem then there is the long walk in to the center area where there... More
I would be interested to see what you did in your situation. Personally, I wouldn't do it, I've been to this graveyard about 10 times.. Traffic can be a problem then there is the long walk in to the center area where there are thousands of names. Its well organized so if you go to the area of his state, and military branch of service then it will narrow your search There are approximately 17,700 people buried here so its difficult to find this person if you don't know what you are doing. I would contact the guy that is over seeing this graveyard, I met him in February 2018, he is very helpful and knowledgeable.