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Browse photos, videos, interactive websites and apps dedicated to memorializing those who served in the U.S. Armed Forces overseas. Their service, achievements, and sacrifice are illuminated — dive in to learn more.

Photos

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Cambridge American Cemetery is the final resting place of nearly 4,000 Americans who gave their lives in World War II. Image courtesy of Warrick Page.

Eight men in uniform stand in front of plane in historic photo.

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Eight men in uniform stand in front of plane in historic photo.

The James M. Stewart crew from the "Man o' War" stand in front of their plane. Standing Left to Right: James M. Stewart (P), Thomas McMillan (R/O), William Dickey (CP), Charles Meriwether (FE), Raymond Schmoyer (BTG), Jack Wheeler (TG), Hugh Langan (WG), John Creamer (B) Image courtesy of the American Air Museum website (IWM: UPL 20955).

Sculpture on the Wall of the Missing is seen with a view of the reflecting pool in the background.

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Sculpture on the Wall of the Missing is seen with a view of the reflecting pool in the background.
Sculpture at Cambridge American Cemetery

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Sculpture on the Wall of the Missing is seen with a view of the reflecting pool in the background.

Sculpture at Cambridge American Cemetery

A stone wall with inscriptions and a statue.

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A stone wall with inscriptions and a statue.

The Tablets of the Missing at Cambridge American Cemetery include the names of more than 5,000 Americans who were considered Missing in Action, or lost or buried at sea from World War II.

Videos

Cambridge American Cemetary

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This World War II cemetery in England contains the graves of more than 3,800 war dead, and nearly 5,130 names on the Walls of the Missing.

1st. Lt. Glenn U. Brooks, Jr.

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1st Lt. Glenn U. Brooks, Jr., went missing in action on March 22, 1943, after a German bomb clipped the wing of his plane.

A Memorial Day Message

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ABMC Secretary Max Cleland remembers the sacrifice of our fallen this Memorial Day weekend.

Interactive map showing the location of WW2 events

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In this online, video tutorial, learn how to use the Battle of the Atlantic interactive.

Interactives

Interactive map showing location of The Battle of the Atlantic events

The Atlantic Ocean served as a critical supply route to the Allies during World War II. Follow the course of this battle, seeing how the Allies and the Axis powers fought bitterly to control these waters.

Depiction of the words "The Strategic Bombing Campaign"

The Allied Strategic Bombing Campaign of World War II aimed to destroy infrastructure and civilian moral. Follow the actions of the Allied Air War from the beginning as they ramped up their air capability all the way to the end of the war in Europe.

Pilots running in front of plane

Learn about the “friendly invasion” of Great Britain by the United States during WWII. Their mutually beneficial relationship deepened during the war when hundreds of thousands of Americans came through the British Isles.

Map showing interactive timeline

Experience the history of World War II with this interactive timeline. View maps, watch videos, see photos and read about the events that shaped the war.

ABMC Apps

Cambridge American Cemetery App
Download the free Cambridge American Cemetery app to serve as your personal tour guide. Google Play Cambridge American Cemetery App | iTunes Cambridge American Cemetery App

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