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Malmedy Massacre Memorial

at the confluence of the Warche and Warchenne at Baugnez Crossroads | Province of Liege, Malmedy, Belgium
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at the confluence of the Warche and Warchenne at Baugnez Crossroads | Province of Liege, Malmedy, Belgium
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Reviewed 22 October 2017

If you are not looking for the monument, you might just miss it. It is small and simple. I was disappointed, thinking a more elaborate memorial for those killed was deserved. The names of the victims are on the wall. I was glad we stopped...More

Thank RJN612
Reviewed 23 July 2017

You could easily miss this memorial if it were not for the rather sad US flag hanging limply and rather shredded from its post but once you take a close look it is a very moving place. All the victims of the SS Panzer Brigade...More

Thank princecharlie
Reviewed 13 June 2017

A bit disappointing that it is so close to the road, the GI's need a more peaceful area to be remembered. It was cold and wet when we visited in June, the conditions in Dec 1944 were far worse so a bleak area for a...More

Thank russ999rocket
Reviewed 26 April 2017

Being a true place of horor, it has been transformed into a decent, humble place to honor the men who where sluaghtered by the German SS.

Thank Possie1982
Reviewed 23 April 2017

No other nation has sacrificed more than America for the rest of the world. We have been a country that has met the threat of tyranny head on. Malmedy's Massacre shows us that 84 GI's were executed by SS Lt. Col. Peipers troops because having...More

1  Thank Belikinbeer
Reviewed 18 February 2017

As mentioned in reviews, it is actually in Baugnez, with the memorial at the crossroads with an American flag and flower garden in the shape of a star. The massacre site is across the road and down a little where a field meets a forest...More

Thank parksvisitor
Reviewed 24 November 2016 via mobile

Moving but very simple monument to the massacre of US soldier by the SS during the Battle of the Bulge. Very easy to drive past and not even notice it, as we did twice! It looks like a bus stop unfortunately and should be better...More

Thank Travelingjohn123
Reviewed 21 August 2016

If you are familiar with the history of the second world war you will have heard of the Malmedy massacre. A fitting memorial has been built on the site of the atrocity. Worth a visit, and there's a good war museum very close too.

Thank Martin G
Reviewed 23 July 2016

Tried to find this many times as it shown in the wrong location on TripAdvisor (I'll try and change it). Visit here after going to the Baugnez 44 Historical centre just up the road to know what it's all about.

1  Thank keithhd888
Reviewed 20 June 2016

There is a proper memorial building at the spot where 87 or so American POWs were executed by German SS. I think the environment changed from being an open meadow-landscape to one with some buildings around the crossroads here.

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