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Belgian War Graves Comblain-la-Tour

The churchyard in Comblain-la-Tour contains the graves of military victims of the First and the Second World War.
First World War: BIRON Charles, Brugge 15 September 1914; ESSIQUE Léon, Amersfoort (N) 24 January 1915; HANIQUE Olivier, Le Havre (F) 2 January 1918.
Second World War: COLSON Arthur, Quedlinburg (G) 11 February 1941; DENIS Léon, Sainte-Austreberthe (F) 21 May 1940; PIROTTON Lucien, Temploux 12 May 1940.

The churchyard in Comblain-la-Tour also contains the graves of civilian victims of the Second World War. These are the graves of
LALLEMAND Lucien, political prisoner, Harsewinkel (G), 16 May 1944
MAGNEE Roger, resistance fighter, executed by the Germans at Liège on 26 January 1944
PACCHIOTTI Louis, resistance fighter, shot by the Germans at My-Ville on 9 September 1944
RENAVILLE Alphonse , shot by the Germans at My-Ville on 9 September 1944

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  • Text: Luc Van Waeyenberge
  • Photos: Luc van Waeyenberge