Denmark - Svino War Graves - 1

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Svino War Graves (Svinų in Danish) is one of the larger Commonwealth War Graves cemeteries in Denmark. The cemetery mainly holds the graves of allied airmen that were shot down over Denmark during World War II.  
 
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Svino church and cemetery that also houses the Svino War Cemetery.

Svino church and cemetery that also houses the Svino War Cemetery.
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The war grave of Sergeant H. P. Holme - age 35 - can be found at the Svino War Cemetery.

The war grave of Sergeant H. P. Holme - age 35 - can be found at the Svino War Cemetery.
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The memorial at the Svino War Cemetery.

The memorial at the Svino War Cemetery.
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Some of the graves at the Svino War Cemetery.

Some of the graves at the Svino War Cemetery.
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A grave for two unknown airmen at the Svino War Cemetery.
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Some of the graves at the Svino War Cemetery. All of these graves relate to the 21st of April 1943.

Some of the graves at the Svino War Cemetery. All of these graves relate to the 21st of April 1943.
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