Monuments of the World War II

  • Alleur Belgium Landmark for one US hospital
  • Arlon Belgium Plaque to Patton's Divisions.
  • Arlon Belgium Memorial to Lt. Gen. George S. Patton Jr 3rd US Army.
  • Arlon Belgium M10 Tank Destroyer.
  • Arlon Belgium Commemorative plaque to the 28th US Infantry Division
  • Aubel Belgium Plaque to the 1st, 30th and 99th Infantry Divisions
  • Aubin-Neufchateau Belgium Monument dedicated to the 740th Tank Battalion
  • Baclain (Gouvy) Belgium Monument to the civilian victims of the offensive
  • Bande Belgium Memorial to the 34 Belgian civilians murdered by Germans (Christmas 1944).
  • Baraque de Fraiture Belgium
  • Parker's Crossroads (106th Infantry Division) (Memorial).
  • Baraque de Fraiture Belgium Parker's Crossroads 1944 (plaque).
  • Basse-Desnié Belgium Chapel, votive offering, protection of the village during the offensive
  • Bastogne Belgium Sherman Tank (41st Tank Armored Battalion) 11th Armored Division.
  • Bastogne Belgium Memorial to Brig. Gen. Anthony C. McAuliffe.
  • Bastogne Belgium 10th Armored Division (Commemorative plaque).
  • Bastogne Belgium 512th, 513th, 514th Squadrons of the 406th Fighter Group (2 Commemorative plaques).
  • Bastogne Belgium Patton Monument
  • Bastogne Belgium 11th Belgian Fusiliers Battalion.
  • Bastogne Belgium 101st Airborne Division (Commemorative plaque).
  • Bastogne Belgium Memorial of the Mardasson.
  • Bastogne Belgium Plaque to the junction : (on a pillbox) on road to Assenois and meeting point of the 4th Armored Division and the 101st Airborne Division.
  • Bastogne Belgium Plaque to (on a pillbox) Lt Charles P. Boggess.
  • Bastogne Belgium Final marker on the road of Liberty 1944.
  • Bastogne Belgium Plaque to Renee Lemaire, Belgian nurse killed in action (24 Dec. 1944).
  • Bastogne Belgium 4th Armored Division (Commemorative plaque).
  • Bastogne Belgium Memorial to the "Death of the war".
  • Bastogne Belgium Memorial to the 13 GI's (501st P.I.R. 101st Airborne) killed on 5 Jan. 1945.
  • Bastogne Belgium Statue of GI (Town Hall).
  • Bastogne Belgium Stained glass window (Town Hall) commemorating the Battle of the Bulge.
  • Bastogne Belgium Stained-glass window (St Pierre Church) commemorating the Battle of the Bulge.
  • Bastogne Belgium Bastogne Historical Center Museum.
  • Bastogne Belgium Original Museum.
  • Bastogne Belgium Turrets of Sherman Tanks defining the perimeter of the siege of Bastogne: N15 road to Neufchateau, N4 road to Marche, N34 road to Houffalize, N474 road to Longvilly, N84 road to Wiltz, N4 road to Martelange.
  • Bastogne Belgium Jagdpanzer 38(t) Hetzer, M10 Tank Destroyer.
  • Bastogne Belgium Sherman 10th Armored Division (Bastogne Historical Center Museum).
  • Bastogne Belgium Peace Wood (Bizory). Trees dedicated to every veteran who come back to visit Bastogne and area.
  • Baugnez Belgium Memorial to the GI's massacred by German soldiers of Peiper's Group (17 December 1944).
  • Baugnez Belgium Texan rose bushes and commemorative plaque
  • Beaufort Luxembourg Plaque to the 5th and 9th Armored Divisions, 5th Infantry Division.
  • Beffe Belgium Sherman Tank (Task Force Hogan 3rd Armored Division) + two plaques to the 33rd Armored Regiment and to the 771st Tank Battalion.
  • Beho Belgium Memorial to the " dead of War".
  • Benonchamps Belgium Stele + commemorative plaque to the civilian and military comrades
  • Berdorf Luxembourg Memorial to the "F" Co. 12th Infantry Regiment (4th Infantry Division).
  • Berdorf Luxembourg Memorial to the 10th Armored Division.
  • Bergeval Belgium Plaque on the Maria Gaspar 's house from the 517th P.I.R.
  • Berismenil Belgium Memorial to the "Dead of the war" Dec.44 Jan. 45.
  • Berismenil Belgium Stele to 4 patriots murdered by Germans 30 Dec. 1944.
  • Berlé Luxembourg Memorial to the 90th Infantry Division.
  • Berlé Luxembourg Votive offering cross in remembrance of the village evacuation on January 4, 1945.
  • Bertogne Belgium Stele to 4 patriots murdered by Germans 23 Dec. 1944.
  • Bertrange Luxembourg Memorial to the 5th Armored Division.
  • Bettborn Luxembourg Memorial dedicated to the 26th Infantry Division
  • Bettendorf Luxembourg Memorial to the 10th Infantry Regiment, 5th Infantry Division.
  • Bigonville Luxembourg Memorial to the 4th Armored Division.
  • Bigonville Luxembourg Monument dedicated to the 9th USAF
  • Bihain Belgium Monument dedicated to the civilian victims of both World Wars
  • Bizory Belgium stele + commemorative plaque to the civilian and military comrades.
  • Bizory Belgium Peace Wood . Trees dedicated to every veteran who come back to visit Bastogne and area.
  • Bosson-Werbomont Belgium Landmark showing the Ridgway and Gavin Headquarters during the Battle of the Bulge.
  • Bouillon Belgium Plaque to the 296th Engineer Battalion.
  • Boulaide Luxembourg Memorial to the 35th Infantry Division. American's gun, German's gun
  • Bourcy Belgium Memorial to the "Dead of the war and murdered civilians" (Dec. 44 Jan. 45).
  • Bourscheid Luxembourg Plaque dedicated to General Cota and his 28th Infantry Division.
  • Bourscheid Luxembourg To the Liberators 1944-1945.
  • Brandenbourg Luxembourg Memorial to the civilian victims of the 40-45 war.
  • Brandenbourg Luxembourg Memorial to the 28th Infantry Division.
  • Bullingen Belgium Memorial to the "Dead of war".
  • Bullingen Belgium Memorial of the 1st Infantry division.
  • Bure Belgium 13th (Lancashire) Parachute Regiment (Memorial).
  • Bure Belgium Renkin Cross 1st Belgian Parachute Squadron, S.A.S. (31/12/44).
  • Bure Belgium Plaque to the British 6th Field Hospital.
  • Bure Belgium Plaque to the British 6th Airborne division.
  • Bure Belgium Stained glass (N.D. of Huart Chapel) to the memory of Noel P. Whaley, New Zealander Spitfire pilot, crashed on December 24, 1944.
  • Bure Belgium At the memory of the civilians victims and soldiers killed during the battle of Bure.
  • Bütgenbach Belgium 1st US Infantry Division.
  • Bütgenbach Belgium Stele recalling Eisenhower going past the Kersch villa (November 44)
  • Celles Belgium Pz Kpfw V Panther I (25/12/44).
  • Celles Belgium Memorial commemorating the stoppage of the German offensive.
  • Chassepierre Belgium St. Cecile School, plaque dedicated to the 28th Infantry Division (September 44)
  • Chaudfontaine Belgium Missing plaque to Marshal Bernard L. Montgomery.
  • Chaumont Belgium Memorial to the 4th Armored Division and to the civilian victims.
  • Cheneux Belgium 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment (82nd Airborne Division).
  • Cheneux Belgium Plaque to the civilian victims.
  • Chenogne Belgium Memorial to the 23 civilians victims of the battle.
  • Chera Belgium Memorial to the three civilians executed by the Germans (11/01/45).
  • Cherain Belgium FH 18 canon (15cm) Schwere (D).
  • Clervaux Luxembourg CEBA Memorial to the GI.
  • Clervaux Luxembourg Museum of the Battle of the Bulge 1944-1945.
  • Clervaux Luxembourg PAK 43/41 8,8cm.
  • Clervaux Luxembourg Sherman (T23 turret with 76mm gun).
  • Clervaux Luxembourg Memorial to the 6 patriots murdered by the Gestapo in January 1945.
  • Clervaux Luxembourg Plaque in honor of the 110th Infantry Regiment, 28th Infantry Division, who held the castle against German force from 16 to 18 December 1944.
  • Clervaux Luxembourg Plaque in memory of Charles B. MacDonald, Veteran and Historian of the Battle of the Bulge.
  • Commanster Belgium Graves of the Collignon brothers and Urbany brothers murdered by Germans.
  • Consdorf Luxembourg Memorial with 907 KG Group from WWII.
  • Consthum Luxembourg Memorial to Lt. Col. Daniel B. Strickler and to the 110th Infantry Regiment (28th I.D.).
  • Dahl Luxembourg Monument dedicated to the 80th Infantry Division.
  • Dahl Luxembourg Plaque dedicated to Sergeant Turner (Co B, 319th Rgt, 80th Division), Medal of Honor (Astert Farm)
  • Diekirch Luxembourg Memorial to the 5th, 9th, 10th Armored Division 28th, 80th, 5th, 4th Infantry Division, (September 44 January 45).
  • Diekirch Luxembourg Historical Museum: Howitzer 8", Sherman
  • Dinant Belgium Monument marking the limit of the German advance (24 December 1944).
  • Dinez Belgium Memorial to the 3 (A.S.) patriots murdered by the Germans (24 Dec. 44).
  • Dison Belgium Memorial to the 3rd Armored Division (Liberation).
  • Dochamps Belgium
  • Plaque to the 84th Infantry Division and 2nd Armored Division.
  • Dochamps Belgium
  • Memorial to the "Dead of war".
  • Dom Butgenbach Belgium 1st Infantry Division obelisk.
  • Echternach Luxembourg 83rd , 4th, 5th, 76th Infantry Division memorial.
  • Echternach Luxembourg "E" Co. 12th Infantry Regiment (4th Inf. Div.) plaque on the wall of the former hat factory.
  • Elsenborn Belgium To the Belgian Mine Disposal Squad.
  • Elsenborn Belgium Museum of Camp Elsenborn and of the Battle of the Bulge
  • Elvange Luxembourg New memorial.
  • Ermsdorf Luxembourg CCA 9th Armored Division plaque.
  • Eschdorf Luxembourg 26th Infantry Division plaque.
  • Eschweiler Luxembourg Plaque to George O. Mergenthaler (28th Infantry Division).
  • Eschweiler Luxembourg Painting and Stained glass windows commemorating George O. Mergenthaler.
  • Eschweiler Luxembourg Memorial to George O. Mergenthaler killed on 18 December 1944.
  • Esneux Belgium Memorial to William C.Freeland, Lawrence P. Maguire, William R. Stallins and seven others men (563 Ord Maint Co.) killed by accident on 25 December 1944.
  • Ettelbruck Luxembourg Patton Museum.
  • Ettelbruck Luxembourg Plaque to the city of Ettelbruck from 80TH Infantry Division Veterans Association.
  • Ettelbruck Luxembourg Plaque to the People of Luxembourg from the 1st Bn. 39th Inf. Rgt. 9th Inf. Division.
  • Ettelbruck Luxembourg Plaque to the Liberation of Ettelbruck (27 Dec. 1944).
  • Ettelbruck Luxembourg Sherman M4A1.
  • Ettelbruck Luxembourg Memorial "In memoriam Lt. Gen. George S. Patton Jr.
  • Ettelbruck Luxembourg Statue to Lt. Gen. George S; Patton Jr. Commanding General of the 3rd US Army.
  • Eupen Belgium 1st Infantry Division memorial.
  • Faymonville Belgium Memorial to the "Dead of war".
  • Faymonville Belgium Memorial to the civilian victims (December 44).
  • Feulen Luxembourg Play ground offered the children by 1st Bn. (reinf.) 319th Rgt, 80th Infantry Division.
  • Feulen Luxembourg Memorial to the 1st Bn. (reinf.) 319th Infantry Regiment, 80th Infantry Division.
  • Findel Luxembourg 4th Infantry Division memorial.
  • Fleron Belgium Memorial to the 3rd Armored Division (Liberation).
  • Florennes Belgium Plaque dedicated to the 9th U.S.A.F.
  • Florennes Belgium plaque dedicated at all the victims 1940-1945
  • Fontenaille Belgium Cross to the civilian murdered by the Germans 22 December 1944.
  • Fosse Belgium Memorial to "I" Co. 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment (82nd Airborne Division).
  • Fosse-la-Ville Belgium Stele to the temporary cemetery 44-48 (2.199 American and 1.600 German buried soldiers).
  • Fosset Belgium Chapel dedicated to the civilian victims
  • Fouhren Luxembourg Plaque dedicated to the liberating units and to the civilian victims
  • Foy Belgium "Sick-Bell" small bell offered by a veteran (502nd P.I.R. 101st Airborne Division).
  • Foy Belgium 3 new bells offered by the 101st Airborne Division, the Fallschrimjager and the Bastogne Veterans.
  • Genes Belgium Royal Armored Corps (10 January 45). (In the cemetery)
  • Gerouville Belgium In appreciation to the citizens of Gerouville by the personnel of the 64th Medical Group and 240th Medical Bn.
  • Grand Halleux Belgium Plaque to the 291st Infantry Regiment (75th US Inf. Division). in front of the Church.
  • Grand Halleux Belgium Plaque to the 291st Infantry Regiment (75th US Inf. Division). in front of the school.
  • Grand Halleux Belgium Plaque offered by the Veterans of the 75th Infantry Division.
  • Grand Sart Belgium Memorial to the 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment (82nd Airborne Division).
  • Grand Sart Belgium Plaque commemorating the Thier-du-Mont fight (7 January 1945).
  • Grandmenil Belgium Pz Kpfw Panther I of the 2.SS Panzer Division.
  • Grevenmacher Luxembourg Memorial to the 331st Infantry Combat Team, 83rd Infantry Division.
  • Grimonster Belgium Plaque to the 526th Armored Infantry Battalion (to the castle)
  • Grupont Belgium To the 9 Belgian Mine Disposal Squad killed after the Battle of the Bulge.
  • Hamm Luxembourg Luxembourg American Cemetery and Memorial (5076 graves including the grave of George S. Patton Jr.).
  • Harlange Luxembourg Chapel Notre Dame, victims of 1940-1945 and one "thank for our freedom 1944-1994"
  • Haversin Belgium Royal Armored Corps (11 January 1945). (In the cemetery)
  • Heiderscheid Luxembourg Memorial to the 80th Infantry Division.
  • Heinerscheid Luxembourg Memorial to the 6th Armored Division. Liberation 28 January 1945.
  • Heinerscheid Luxembourg Plaque from the 6th Armored Division Veterans to the civilians and to CEBA.
  • Heinerscheid Luxembourg Plaque from Heinerscheid commune.
  • Heinerscheid Luxembourg Pak 43/41L 8,8cm.
  • Heinerscheid Luxembourg Howitzer 105mm (US).
  • Hemroulle Belgium Monument to the 101st Airborne
  • Hemroulle Belgium Plaque dedicated to the 463rd Parachute Field Artillery Battalion.
  • Henri-Chapelle Belgium Memorial and American Cemetery (7989 resting-places).
  • Henri-Chapelle Belgium 1st Infantry Division obelisk.
  • Hermée Belgium Plaque dedicated to the 741st Tank Battalion (on the cemetery wall)
  • Herstal Belgium Memorial to the 3rd Armored Division (Liberation).
  • Hochfels Luxembourg PAK 43 8,8cm.
  • Hochfels Luxembourg SFH 18 1Scm.
  • Hodister Belgium Cross to 2 Belgian patriots murdered on 27 December 44.
  • Hoesdorf Luxembourg Memorial to the 109th Infantry Regiment, 28th Infantry Division
  • Hollogne Belgium Plaque to "E" Company, 335th Infantry Regiment (84th Infantry Division).
  • Hoscheid Luxembourg Memorial to the civilian victims.
  • Hoscheid Luxembourg Memorial to the 5th Infantry Division (23 January 1945).
  • Hosingen Luxembourg Memorial with steles to Ralph R. Wardle and John W. Kelly "D" Co; 702nd Tank Battalion, killed 27 January 1945.
  • Hosingen Luxembourg -to the 17th Airborne Division (Liberation 27 January 1945).
  • Hosingen Luxembourg to the men of K Company, 110th Regiment, 28th Division and to the soldiers of B Company 103 Engineer Combat Bn who gallantly defended Hosingen.
  • Hotton Belgium Commonwealth War Cemetery (660 resting-places).
  • Hotton Belgium Memorial to the "Dead of the war".
  • Hotton Belgium Plaque to the Belgian Parachutes S.A.S.
  • Hotton Belgium Plaque to the 51st Engineer Combat Battalion (17-23 December 1944).
  • Hotton Belgium Plaque dedicated to Lieutenant Zulli, 3rd Armored Division.
  • Houffalize Belgium Monument commemorating the joining of the 1st Army (84th Infantry Division 2nd Armored Division) and 3rd Army (11th Armored Division) 16 January 1945.
  • Houffalize Belgium Memorial to the civilians killed during the Battle of the Bulge.
  • Houffalize Belgium Plaque to 2 MPs of the 518th MP Battalion Killed on 19 December 1944.
  • Houffalize Belgium Plaque to the 2nd Armored Division .
  • Houffalize Belgium Plaque to the 17th Airborne Division .
  • Houffalize Belgium Plaque to the 11th Armored Division.
  • Houffalize Belgium Plaque to the 3rd Armored Division.
  • Houffalize Belgium Pz Kpfw V Panther of 116th Panzer Division.
  • Houffalize Belgium POGGE. In memory of the help given by Schaerbeek to the citizens of Houffalize.
  • Houffalize Belgium Town Hall; Stele to the (M.N.B.) patriots killed in this area.
  • Houmont Belgium Stained glass window (church) dedicated to the men of the Company C / 194 Glider Inf.Reg./17th Airborne Division.
  • Houyet (Cemetery) Luxembourg Graves of two soldiers from Royal Engineers (26 December 44).
  • Humain Belgium Memorial "Here was stopped the invader" and plaque to the "Dead of the war".
  • Humain Belgium Plaque to the 2nd US Armored Division. (into the castle).
  • Jevigne Belgium Memorial dedicated to Abbé Fenaux, parish priest murdered by the Germans 31 December 1944.
  • Jupille sur Ourthe Belgium (1) Royal Army Medical corps (9 January 45) (1) Royal Artillery (12 January 1945).
  • Kaundorf Luxembourg Memorial to the 26th Infantry Division.
  • Krinkelt Belgium Memorial to the 99th Infantry Division.
  • La Chapelle Belgium Plaque to the 551st Parachute Infantry Regiment and to Lt. Col. Wood G. Joerg.
  • La Gleize Belgium December 1944 Historical Museum.
  • La Gleize Belgium Plaque to the civilian victims.
  • La Gleize Belgium German Panzer: Tiger II (King Tiger).
  • La Gleize Belgium 3rd Armored Division (Commemorative Plate inside the Museum).
  • La Gleize Belgium 80th A.A.A. Battalion (Commemorative Plate inside the Museum).
  • La Gleize Belgium Plaque dedicated to the 82nd Airborne, 505th PIR, 456th PFA, 307th Eng, 307th Med.
  • La Gleize Belgium Plaque dedicated the 740th Tank Battalion.
  • La Roche Belgium Battle of the Bulge Museum.
  • La Roche Belgium Plaque to the 114 civilian victims killed during the Battle of the Bulge.
  • La Roche Belgium Memorial to the civilian victims.
  • La Roche Belgium Plaque commemorating the joining between 51st Highland Division and 84th Infantry Division on 11 January 1945.
  • Lambiester Belgium Memorial to 3 Belgian mine detecting soldiers killed on 27 July 1945.
  • Larochette Luxembourg Monument to the US Army.
  • Libin Belgium Stele to Hemingway going past Libin during the battle.
  • Liefrange Luxembourg Memorial to 2 GIs Killed in Action on 27 December 44 and the civilians killed during the Battle of the Bulge.
  • Liège Belgium (Fonck) Plaque to the 56th General Hospital US Army 1 Nov 44 3 Nov. 45.
  • Liège Belgium (Chartreuse) Plaque to the 28th General Hospital US Army 25 Nov 44 5 Nov. 45.
  • Liège Belgium (St Laurent) Plaque to the 15th General Hospital US Army 1944 1945.
  • Liège Belgium SHAEF's plaque offered to the civilians for the aid during the aerial siege (20 November 44 to 18 January 1945.
  • Liège Belgium Plaque to the 3rd Armored Division.
  • Lieler Luxembourg Plaque to Lt Ray Griffin (712th Tank Battalion) liberator of Lieler.
  • Lieler Luxembourg Stele to the 712th Tank Battalion, 90th Infantry Division (Liberation 25 January 1945).
  • Lierneux Belgium Plaque to the 82nd Airborne Division (Grand-Sart 7 January 45) inside the Town Hall.
  • Lierneux Belgium Plaque to the 551st Parachute Infantry Regiment (Odrimont 27 December 44).
  • Lierneux Belgium ( in the Town Hall) .
  • Lierneux Belgium Plaque to Abbé Close, parish priest killed on 2 January 1945.
  • Ligneuville Belgium Memorial to the 8 GIs murdered by the Germans (17 December 1944).
  • Limerlé Belgium Memorial to 4 Leonard brothers murdered by the Germans in January 45.
  • Logbierme Belgium To the 5 GI's killed in action on 15 January 45 of the 517th Parachute Inf. Rgt.
  • Lommel Belgium Deutscher Soldatenfriedhof (38.549 German soldiers of the WWII).
  • Longvilly Belgium Memorial to the "Dead of the war" and to the civilian victims of the Battle of the Bulge.
  • Lutrebois Belgium Grave of Marcel Colson murdered by the Germans on 31 December 1944.
  • Luxembourg Luxembourg Plaque to the 5th Armored Division. (Cercle Municipal)
  • Luxembourg Luxembourg Plaque commemorating HQ of Bradley's 12th Army Group. (Banque et Caisse d'Epargne de l'Etat)
  • Luxembourg Luxembourg Plaque commemorating the H.Q. of Patton's 3rd Army. (Fondation Pescatore)
  • Mageret Belgium stele + commemorative plaque to the civilian and military comrades
  • Malempré Belgium Collignon brothers murdered by the Germans 26 December 1944.
  • Malempré Belgium 83rd Infantry Division 3rd Armored Division for December (Commemorative Plate).
  • Malempré Belgium 3rd 7th 9th Armored Division, 509th Parachute Infantry Battalion (Commemorative Plate).
  • Malempré Belgium Plaque to the 3rd Armored Division.
  • Malmedy Belgium Stele to the civilian victims killed by air bombing December 1944.
  • Malmedy Belgium Memorial to the 99th Infantry Battalion (from Norwegian extraction).
  • Malmedy Belgium Memorial to the US and Belgian units who defended the city during the Battle of the Bulge.
  • Manhay Belgium Memorial to Leon and Therese Danloy murdered by the Germans (25 December 44).
  • Manhay Belgium Memorial to the 325th Glider Infantry Regiment (82nd Airborne Division).
  • Manhay Belgium German's gun
  • Marche-en-Famenne Belgium 84th Infantry Division and to Lt. Gen. Alexander R. Bolling.
  • Marcouray Belgium Plaque dedicated to Colonel Hogan (on Sutter House).
  • Marcourt Belgium Grave to Joseph Piret murdered by the Germans on 5 January 1945.
  • Marloie (cemetery) Belgium (1) Royal Engineers.
  • Marnach Luxembourg Memorial in honor to the 28th Infantry Division, Liberator and Defender of Marnach.
  • Marnach Luxembourg Dedicated to the officers and men of the 707th U.S. Tank Battalion.
  • Marnach Luxembourg Clock close to the memorial to the 28th Infantry Division. (The clock is part of the memorial)
  • Martelange Belgium TCB marker (5. Fallschirmjager-division).
  • Martelange Belgium on the right side of the road towards Habay, a cross dedicated to the memory of Josée Berg who fell from enemy fire, on December 21, 1944, at the age of 17.
  • Martelange /Rombach Luxembourg Plaque dedicated to the 4th Armored Division.
  • Medell-Amel Belgium Monument at the memory of "Aramis"(Armand Cathy) murdered on January 24, 1945. (Secret's Army)
  • Medernach Luxembourg Memorial to the 9th Armored Division.
  • Medernach Luxembourg -Plaque dedicated to the 9th Armored Division
  • Medernach Luxembourg -Plaque dedicated to the Combat Command "R"
  • Medernach Luxembourg -Plaque Dedicated to the Combat Command "A"
  • Medernach Luxembourg -Plaque dedicated to the Combat Command "B"
  • Melines Belgium Carrefour du 517th Parachute Infantry Division (nameplate).
  • Melines Belgium Memorial to the 1st Bn of the 517th Parachute Infantry Regiment.
  • Melines Belgium Stele to Cpl John Shields ("C" Co. 23rd Armored Engineer Battalion).
  • Melines Belgium Stele to Lt Connealy and the killed GI's 66th Armored Regiment, 2nd Armored (3-1-45) and 335th Infantry Regiment , 84th Infantry Division.
  • Melines Belgium Plaque to the 75th Infantry Division.
  • Melines Belgium Plaque to the 3rd Armored Division (Commemorative Plate).
  • Meyrode Belgium Pak 40 Canon 7.5cm (G),
  • Meyrode Belgium Cross to 1st Lt Eric Fisher Wood from 589th Field Artillery Bn. (106th Inf. Division).
  • Moinet Belgium On the Northern exit of the village, cross dedicated to 3 Belgian mines clearers who felt on August 30, 1945. Cpl. A. Van Hoven, Sdt J. Dolhain, Sdt JB Broodle.
  • Mont Belgium Cross to 5 patriots shot by the Germans 22-23 December 44.
  • Moutfort Luxembourg Memorial to the 5th Armored Division and 2nd Cavalry Group.
  • Nadrin Belgium Cross to the "Dead of the war" and to the civilians murdered in Bois Lambin (Dec 44).
  • Namur Belgium Plaque to the 11th Fusiliers Battalion (B) attached to the 3rd US Army.
  • Namur Belgium Plaque to the 6th Fusiliers Battalion (B) attached to the 1st US Army.
  • Nassogne Belgium Civilians killed by air bombing on 3 January 1945.
  • Neffe Belgium Stele + commemorative plaque to the civilian and military comrades
  • Neufmoulin Belgium Memorial to the 291st Engineer Combat Battalion (1111th Eng. Combat Group).
  • Neuville-en-Condroz Belgium American Cemetery (5.321 resting-places) and Memorial.
  • Niederwampach Luxembourg IG 33 15cm (gun).
  • Noertrange Luxembourg PAK 40 (7,5cm) (gun).
  • Nothum Luxembourg Plaque dedicated to Captain James D. Richter, 915th Field Artillery Battalion / 90th Division.
  • Noville Belgium Stele to 7 Belgian civilians + 1 inhabitant of Luxembourg murdered by Germans 21 December 1944.
  • Noville Belgium Plaque to the "Dead of war".
  • Noville Belgium General Desobry Street and a plaque of remembrance.
  • Oberwampach Luxembourg Memorial to the "Dead of the war".
  • Oberwampach Luxembourg Memorial to S/Sgt Hassel C. Whitefield (90th Infantry Division.)
  • Odeigne Belgium Plaque to the civilian victims of the Battle of the Bulge.
  • Odeigne Belgium Memorial to civilians killed during the Battle of the Bulge
  • On (cemetery) Belgium (1) Army Air Corps (5 January 1945).
  • On (cemetery) Belgium Memorial to the "Dead of the war" and the victims of the Battle of the Bulge.
  • Osweiler Luxembourg Stele to the 5th Armored Division, 28th, 83rd, 4th Infantry Division 9th Armored Division. 5th, 87th Infantry Division. T.D. F.A. 76th Infantry Division.
  • Ourthe Belgium Monument to the G.I’s memory (84th I.D.)
  • Parfondruy Belgium Memorial to the civilian martyrs (19 December 1944).
  • Pepinster Belgium Plaque dedicated to the GI's killed by a V-1 (18 December 1944).
  • Perlé Luxembourg Monument dedicated to the 8th United States Air Force.
  • Petange Luxembourg Memorial dedicated to the first GI Fallen in Luxembourg.
  • Petange Luxembourg M-8 Greyhound (5th Armored, 85th Recon.).
  • Radelange Belgium Plaque to 5 GIs of the 1278th Engineer Combat Battalion killed on 21 December 44.
  • Rambrouch Luxembourg Memorial to the 26th Infantry Division.
  • Recogne Belgium German War Cemetery (6.807 resting-places).
  • Recogne Belgium Monument dedicated to the Indians soldiers.
  • Redange Luxembourg Monument offered to Redange by the 511th Engineer Light Pontoon Co./ 814th Eng. Co.
  • Renarmont-Ster Belgium Memorial to 30 civilians murdered by the Germans in December 44.
  • Rendeux Belgium Memorial to Belgian mine detecting soldiers.
  • Rochefort Belgium (1) Army Air Corps (9 January 1945).
  • Rochefort Belgium British Gun (5.5).
  • Rochefort Belgium Memorial to the 3rd Battalion, 335th Infantry Regiment (84th Infantry Division).
  • Rochefort Belgium Murray Storm Bridge (nameplate).
  • Rochefort Belgium Monument dedicated to the Canadian Paratroopers.
  • Rochelinval Belgium Plaque from 551st Parachute Infantry Battalion to the Belgian people.
  • Rochelinval Belgium Stele to Lt. Col. Wood G. Joerg 551st Parachute Infantry Battalion killed on 7 January 1945 and to the 551st Parachute Battalion Combat Team.
  • Rodenbourg Luxembourg Stele dedicated to Ernest Hemingway.
  • Rotheux-Rimière Belgium Memorial to the 3rd Armored Division (Liberation).
  • Sadzot Belgium Stele to 58 killed Gis ("B" Co. 87th Mortar Bn., 509th Parachute Inf. Bn., 3rd Armored Division and two civilian victims of the Battle of the Bulge.
  • Sainlez Belgium Memorial to the civilian victims of the Battle of the Bulge.
  • Saint-Hubert Belgium Plaque to the 2nd French Parachute Regiment (Unit attached to the British Special Air Service).
  • Saint-Hubert Belgium Plaque dedicated to the 87th Infantry Division.
  • Saint-Hubert Belgium Plaque in remembrance of Hemingway going past.
  • Saint-Jacques Belgium Candelabra in memory of 2Gis killed on January 45.
  • Saint-Jacques Belgium Plaque to the civilians killed during the Battle of the bulge.
  • Saint-Jacques Belgium Memorial to the 517th and 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment (82nd Airborne Division).
  • Saint-Vith Belgium Grave of the Hennes (father and son) shot by the Germans in January 45.
  • Saint-Vith Belgium Memorial to the "Dead of the war" (from whom 3 civilians shot on 5 January 1945.
  • Saint-Vith Belgium Memorial to the civilian victims of the Battle of the Bulge.
  • Saint-Vith Belgium Memorial to the 106th Infantry Division.
  • Saint-Vith Belgium Memorial to the 2nd Infantry Division.
  • Saint-Vith Belgium Memorial to the 99th Infantry Division.
  • Saint-Vith Belgium Memorial to the 168th Engineer Combat Battalion.
  • Saint-Vith Belgium Plaque to the 7th Armored Division (Town Hall)
  • Sandweiler Luxembourg Plaque to the 5th Armored Division, Sgt Passet and Sgt Mitiga.
  • Savelborn Luxembourg Plaque to CCA of the 9th Armored Division.
  • Schumanns Eck Luxembourg 1944-1945 Liberation Memorial.
  • Senonchamps Belgium The former school bears the name of Germain Jacquemin, former school teacher, shot by Germans in September 1944 (plaque on the outside wall).
  • Sibret Belgium Chenogne's road monument dedicated to Sergeant Thome, Belgian mines detecting soldier killed on 12 April 1945.
  • Soy (Hotton) Belgium Colonel Howze, CC R 3rd Armored Headquarters.
  • Spineux Belgium Memorial to the 112th Infantry Regiment (28th Infantry Division) 424th Infantry Regiment (106th Infantry Division).
  • Stavelot Belgium National Memorial to the Belgian mines detecting soldiers.
  • Stavelot Belgium Plaque dedicated by Brussels city to the martyrs of Stavelot 18 Dec. 44 13 Jan. 45.
  • Stavelot Belgium Plaque dedicated "Aux Alliés" (To the Allies).
  • Stavelot Belgium Memorial to 26 civilians murdered by the Germans 19 December 44.
  • Stavelot Belgium Plaque to 157 civilians murdered by the Germans (1944-1945) (Town Hall).
  • Stavelot Belgium Plaque to the 117th Infantry Regiment (30th Infantry Division ).
  • Stavelot Belgium Memorial to a Platoon of the 825th Tank Destroyer Battalion 526th Armored Infantry Battalion.
  • Stavelot Belgium Halftrack to the 526th Armored Infantry Battalion (close to the bridge)
  • Steinfort Luxembourg Memorial to Lt. Gen. George S. Patton Jr. 3rd US Army.
  • Stolzembourg Luxembourg Memorial to the first Allied soldiers belonging to the 5th Armored Division who crossed here into Germburg on 11 September 1944..
  • Stoumont Belgium Plaque for the 50th Anniversary of the battle of the Bulge.
  • Thimister - Clermont Belgium Plaque dedicated to 607th Graves Registration
  • Tilff Belgium (2) Royal Artillery (17 January 1945).
  • Tilff Belgium Memorial to the 3rd Armored Division (Liberation September 44).
  • Troisvierges Luxembourg Pak 43 (8,8cm gun) (G).
  • Troisvierges Luxembourg Memorial to the 6th Armored Division.
  • Trois-Ponts Belgium Memorial to 20 civilians murdered by the Germans December 44.
  • Trois-Ponts Belgium Memorial to the 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment.
  • Trois-Ponts Belgium Plaque to the 51st Engineer Combat Battalion.
  • Uselange Luxembourg German gun (100mm).
  • Vaux-Richard Belgium Stele to the 27th Armored Infantry Battalion (9th Armored Division) and 3 murdered civilians (17 December 1944).
  • Verdenne Belgium Memorial to the 50th Anniversary of the Battle of the Bulge.
  • Verdenne Belgium Plate commemorating the fighting at Christmas time 1944.
  • Vert-Buisson Belgium Stele to 5 US gunners killed on 18 December 1944.
  • Verviers Belgium 9th Field Hospital (plaque to 11 GI's and to 61 civilians killed by a V-1 (27 Dec. 1944).
  • Vesqueville Belgium Standing stone to the stoppage of the offensive.
  • Vianden Luxembourg Memorial to the 6th Cavalry Group and 1255th Engineer Combat Battalion.
  • Vielsalm Belgium Square and memorial to the 7th Armored Division and to Gen. Robert W. Hasbrouck.
  • Vielsalm Belgium To the resistance fighters of the Secret Army (A.S.) of the Ardennes.
  • Vielsalm Belgium Sherman M4A1 76mm gun (7th Armored Division).
  • Villers-la-Bonne-Eau Belgium Grave of A. Forman murdered by the Germans (30 December 1944).
  • Villers-la-Bonne-Eau Belgium Plaque to the civilian victims of the Battle of the Bulge.
  • Vise Belgium Monument dedicated in honor of the 30th Infantry Division
  • Viville Belgium Grave of Irma Didier, Sister Emanuelle killed on 28 December 1944.
  • Waldbillig Luxembourg Stele to CCA 9th Armored Division.
  • Wanne Belgium Memorial to the "Dead of the war".
  • Wanne Belgium Cross to the 6 civilians shot by the Germans 20-21 December 44.
  • Wanne Belgium Stele to the 517th Parachute Regimental Combat Team.
  • Wardin Belgium Command Post "Team O'Hara" CC B 10th Armored Division (plaque).
  • Wardin Belgium Stele + commemorative plaque to the civilian and military comrades
  • Warnach Luxembourg Plaque to a civilian victim 24 December 44.
  • Warnach Luxembourg Plaque to the 4th Armored Division.
  • Wasserbillig Luxembourg Plaque to the 87th Infantry Division.
  • Wasserbillig Luxembourg Plaque to the "11th Belgian Fusiliers Battalion" attached to the 3rd US Army.
  • Weiler Luxembourg Plaza Tom Myers Square GI of "I" Co. 110th Infantry Regiment 28th Infantry Division.
  • Weiler Luxembourg Memorial to the "I" Co. 110th Infantry Regiment 28th Infantry Division.
  • Weilerbach Luxembourg Memorial to the 5th Infantry Division.
  • Weiswampach Luxembourg Memorial to "C" Company, 134th Infantry Regiment, 35th Infantry Division.
  • Wellin Belgium Plaque dedicated to the 13th Battalion, 29th Armoured Brigade, 6th Airborne
  • Werbomont Belgium Memorial to the 82nd Airborne Division.
  • Wereth Belgium Monument to the GIs of the 333rd Artillery massacred by the SS on December 1944.
  • Wibrin Belgium Plaque to the civilian victims.
  • Wibrin Belgium Sherman M4 Tank.4
  • Wiltz (Castle) Luxembourg Museum on the Battle of the Bulge.
  • Wiltz (Castle) Luxembourg Memorial to the 28th Infantry Division which liberated Wiltz.
  • Wiltz (Castle) Luxembourg Memorial to General Dwight D. Eisenhower.
  • Wiltz (Castle) Luxembourg Plaque in honor of General Patton.
  • Wiltz (Castle) Luxembourg Sherman M4.
  • Wiltz (Castle) Luxembourg PAK 40 7,5cm.
  • Wincrange Luxembourg Memorial to the 90th Infantry Division.