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Italy - Argenta Gap War Cemetery
The Argenta Gap War Cemetery is one of the larger Commonwealth War Cemeteries in Italy. The cemetery holds 625 war graves - most of them graves of soldiers that were killed in the northern part of Italy during the last few months of World War II. Quite a number of higher ranking officers are buried at this cemetery.
 
Argenta - Ferrara

The grave of Major Anders (Andy) Lassen - VC, MC and two bars - at the Argenta Gap War Cemetery. Anders Lassen had escaped from Denmark and joint the special forces in the the UK.

The grave of Major Anders (Andy) Lassen - VC, MC and two bars - at the Argenta Gap War Cemetery. Anders Lassen had escaped from Denmark and joint the special forces in the the UK.
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The story of Major Anders (Andy) Lassen as it it written in the index book at the Argenta Gap War Cemetery.
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The grave of Lieutenant Colonel J. C. Hope - DSO, MC & bar - at the Argenta Gap War Cemetery.

The grave of Lieutenant Colonel J. C. Hope - DSO, MC & bar - at the Argenta Gap War Cemetery.
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Some of the many war graves at the Argenta Gap War Cemetery.

Some of the many war graves at the Argenta Gap War Cemetery.
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The grave of Signalman G. R. Chisholm at the Argenta Gap War Cemetery.

The grave of Signalman G. R. Chisholm at the Argenta Gap War Cemetery.
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The grave of Major R. J. Horn at the Argenta Gap War Cemetery.

The grave of Major R. J. Horn at the Argenta Gap War Cemetery.
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