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The Frederikshavn War Cemetery is a part of a local cemetery in the northern Danish port town of Frederikshavn. Frederikshavn is one of the major ports in Denmark and it is home to parts of the Danish Navy. The cemetery has both a German and a Commonwealth section - as well as it has graves from both World War I ad World War II.    
 
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The grave of two German World War II soldiers at the Frederikshavn War Cemetery. Theses two soldiers were killed less than two months before the war ended.

The grave of two German World War II soldiers at the Frederikshavn War Cemetery. Theses two soldiers were killed less than two months before the war ended.
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The World War II Commonwealth War Graves at the Frederikshavn War Cemetery.

The World War II Commonwealth War Graves at the Frederikshavn War Cemetery.
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Two of the British World War I war graves at the Frederikshavn War Cemetery.

Two of the British World War I war graves at the Frederikshavn War Cemetery.
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The cross at the German World War II section of the Frederikshavn War Cemetery.

The cross at the German World War II section of the Frederikshavn War Cemetery.
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The grave of two German World War II soldiers at the Frederikshavn War Cemetery. Theses two soldiers were a part of the German Navy.

The grave of two German World War II soldiers at the Frederikshavn War Cemetery. Theses two soldiers were a part of the German Navy.
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Some of the many German World War II graves at the Frederikshavn War Cemetery.

Some of the many German World War II graves at the Frederikshavn War Cemetery.
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