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Located about 10 miles N of Paris
Analysis of Database: A total of 879 Germans (includes 3 Russians, 4 Austrians, 1 Yugoslavian, 1 Czech and 1 Turk), 171 Italians, 23 Japanese (includes 1 Korean) soldiers of 1,073 POWs who died while held in the US during World Wars I & II. The earliest WWII death date that appears is 9 May 1942 and the latest is 23 June 1946, however many death dates are not shown and at least 18 dead POW's were buried on 18 April 1942. The cemetery containing the largest number of POW burials is the Chattanooga National Cemetery.
Place of Burial (in the United States): A total of 90 U.S. Military and POW cemeteries are listed. Some of the places may have changed since this listing when the government land containing the cemetery was privatized, causing those graves to be relocated to a federal installation. Notations regarding current locations are made when known on the list of cemeteries.
A listing of all Prisoners of War who died in the US can be found at