War Memorial in Speicher, Germany

Pictures and text by Melissa Schreiner

The memorial is situated on the west end of the small town of Speicher in Reinland-pfaltz Germany. The memorial was built after WWI to honor the German soldiers who lots there lives and later after the Second World War the names of the soldiers who died in WWII where added. The photos were taken on September 5, 2008.

The German Soldier in the middle of the memorial.
This is the engraving on the right hand side of the statues base which translated reads "we fought"...
This is the engraving on the front base of the statue which translated reads "and died"...
This is the engraving on the left hand side of the statues base witch translated reads "For you".
05 This photo is of the entire memorials lay out; you can see the statue and the stone wall with the engraved names.
These two pictures are of some of the WWI stones with the names of the soldiers engraved.
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The WWII stones with the names of the fallen.
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