I would not have believed that American soldiers would have been so honored, as in this military cemetery in Luxembourg. If you serve your country now, or ever served, you will understand this care and dignity paid to those brave soldiers. Gen. Patton's son, also a Brigadier General, is buried here, with and in front of his men. The chapel plays music perpetually, and the bells strike every hour in a particular way. The history of the battle and why those courageous US Army soldiers died to liberate Luxembourg has been more than adequately captured. Well worth the visit!
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