Hotton, Commonwealth War Cemetery
The cemetery is located at the southern end of the town on a wooden plateau, where the remains of 666 Commonwealth soldiers and airmen have been laid to rest, including a soldier of Blegian descent aged 18 who fought in the uniform of the 53rd Welsh Division
Address : Rue de la Liberation, 6990 Hotton, Belgium (on the road between Hotton and Menil)
or Commonwealth War Graves Commission, Elverdingsestraat, 82, 8900 Ieper, Belgium
Neuville-en-Condroz American Military Cemetery
Approximately 20 kilometers southwestwards of Liege, on the road from Liege to Marche-en-Famenne.
The cemetery commemorates the 5.328 American soldiers who died during the War and the Battle of the Bulge.
The memorial at this cemetery consists of a large rectangular building decorated on the exterior with a majestic "American Eagle".
Inside is a chapel and large mural maps.
Engraved on the facade of the Memorial are the names of 462 unidentified or missing soldiers.
Address : Route du Condroz 164, 4121 Neuville-en-Condroz, Belgium
Phone : 32 4 371.42.87
GPS : N50° 32.513 E5° 28.145
Henri-Chapelle American Military Cemetery
Approximatily 3 kilometers northwestwards of the village of Henri-Chapelle, of the Liège to Aix-la-Chapelle (Aachen, Germany) motorway and about 10 kilometers from Welkenraedt (Belgium).
The U.S. First Infantry Division liberated this site on September 11, 1944 and a battlefield cemetery was established on September 28, 1944.
Some 7,992 American soldiers are buried here, many of whom were killed during the Battle of the Ardennes and in the fighting in Germany in the autumn and winter 1944. The remains of many shot-down American airmen are also buried here.
The Memorial of the cemetery consists of the chapel and the visitors'building (with big mural maps), which are connected by pillars engraved with the names of 450 unidentified or missing soldiers.
Address : route du Memorial, 157, 4852 HOMBOURG, Belgium
Phone : 32 (0)87 68.71.73
GPS : N50° 50° 41.803 E5° 53.932