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Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne-sous-Montfaucon, France

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Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery

GPS: 49.332904, 5.093627

Rue du Général Pershing
55110 Romagne-sous-Montfaucon, France

Published: November 13, 2019
Total records: 15,189

Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery was built and is maintained by the American Battle Monuments Commission.

Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery is located next to the village of Romagne-sous-Montfaucon in the Meuse region of Northeast France. The cemetery is 26 miles northwest of the city of Verdun.

Cemetery History

Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery is located in the area of the Meuse-Argonne Offensive in 1918 in eastern France and western Germany. It was the largest battle that occurred in WWI.

The cemetery, which measures some 130 1/2 acres in extent, was established on 14 October 1918 by the American Graves Registration Service on terrain captured by the 32nd Infantry Division. In 1934, administration of the cemetery was transferred to the American Battle Monuments Commission. The ABMC made further landscaping refinements and erected the memorial chapel and other structures.

Cemetery Records

The following records were acquired from the American Battle Monuments Commission on Novemeber 12, 2019. Some 960 of these records are those of soldiers whose bodies were missing, and not recovered. They are denoted in these records with the words, "Tablets of the Missing", referring to a special section of the cemetery where they have been remembered.

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