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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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An grave of an unknown airman and the of Sergeant W. C. Thornton at the Svino War Cemetery.

An grave of an unknown airman and the of Sergeant W. C. Thornton at the Svino War Cemetery.
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The war graves of Sergeant J. W. Carnley and Sergeant C. F. Watson can be found at the Svino War Cemetery. They were both killed on the 23rd of September 1942.

The war graves of Sergeant J. W. Carnley and Sergeant C. F. Watson can be found at the Svino War Cemetery. They were both killed on the 23rd of September 1942.
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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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An overview of the Svino War Cemetery.

An overview of the Svino War Cemetery.
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The war graves of Squadron Leader W. A: Blake and Sergeant J. Lees can be found at the Svino War Cemetery. They were both killed on the 21st of April 1943.

The war graves of Squadron Leader W. A. Blake and Sergeant J. Lees can be found at the Svino War Cemetery. They were both killed on the 21st of April 1943.
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An overview of the Svino War Cemetery.

An overview of the Svino War Cemetery.
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