The Malmedy Massacre Memorial is at the crossroads where members of the 285th Field Artillery Observation Battalion surrendered to troops of Kampfgruppe Peiper. The actual massacre of 84 POWs took place about 100 yards from the crossroads in a field that is next to the Baugnez 44 Historical Centre Museum. You can park in the museum and walk to the memorial. The memorial is well maintained and is certainly worth visiting. Area residents take care of the memorial and are very respectful of America's role in the battle. On the day I visited, there were fresh flowers along the base of the memorial.
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