Friday, January 4, 2019

Douamont Ossuary and Cemetery France World War I



The Battle of Verdun resulted in some 700,000 casualties with 230,000 killed. Many unidentified soliders are among those whose bones lie within the ossuary.


The ossuary is atop a hill near the town of Verdun, which is known for the longest battle of the Great War.



Below the hilltop is a cemetery.


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