The chart below shows the number of American soldiers buried in European cemeteries.
This makes 104,366, and I am sure I missed some.
How many European soldiers are buried on American soil for defending us against our invaders or enemies?
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And it is an impressive fact. I am traveling to Florence and will make a point of visiting that grave site with almost as many Americans as died at Antietam during the Civil War.
I know there is also a prisoner of war section of the cemetery at Fort El Reno in Oklahoma. They brought German POWs back to the US. They would not bury them with the Americans so they divided the cemetery and put them in the back part by themselves. It is a rather interesting part of history in Oklahoma
A number of Italian soldiers are also buried in the cemetery at Fort Reno.