Pictures and text by Mark R. Hatlie
These pictures were taken on 8 November, 2005 at the Waldfriedhof in Stuttgart, Germany. The victims of World War Two air raids on Stuttgart are buried nearby.
These graves and markers are near the center of the cemetery, close to the sections for the military fallen.
|There was apparently only one air raid with fatalities on Stuttgart during World War One.|
|The obeslisk reads "Erected in memory of the victims of the enemy air attack on 5 September, 1918 by the city of Stuttgart".|
|Several of the victims were Daunquarts. I assume their house was hit.|
|Lisl was three years old.|