This war cemetery was established in 1915 to bury the German war dead from the First World War. The cemetery was expanded in the period 1940-1944 for the German WW2 casulaties.
In order to maintain the graves of German soldiers who were killed in Poland in the Second World War, their graves are brought together from hundreds of locations to 13 large German war cemeteries. This started in 1989 and is not ended yet.
Mlawka German war cemetery contains 12.479 war graves, including 9,800 graves from the Second World War.
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