The American cemetery in Epinal, within the boundary of Dinozé, dates from the Second World War. It was laid out in October 1944. A total of 5,255 graves are set out in rows over an area of 20 hectares. The soldiers buried in the Epinal cemetery fought in the campaigns in North-Eastern France, the Rhine and Germany during the Second World War.
The Memorial, which consists of a chapel and a museum, contains a map showing the battles fought by Americans and Allied troops from 15 August 1944 when they landed in Southern France until they crossed the Rhine into Germany. On the walls of the main courtyard are the names of 424 men whose remains have never been recovered.
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