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Krigsfangegravene

A cache by Jones Damm Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 04/12/2019
Difficulty:
1.5 out of 5
Terrain:
3 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Den 12. april 2009 fandt jeg min første cache "Krigsfangegravene" her på stedet. Det er nu 10 år siden og blevet til over 8000 oplevelser mere. Da den oprindelige cache er lukket syntes jeg det er passende at markere dette jubilæum med en ny basic multi her på stedet. Stedet er et historisk sted som fortjener at man går en lille tur.

Øst for denne begravelsesplads lå under 1. verdenskrig (1914-18) en lejr for ca 2000 franske, belgiske og russiske krigsfanger, der levede under meget usunde forhold og fik en elendig forplejning.

i forbindelse med et epidemiudbrud var der mange krigsfanger der døde og blev begravet her. Du kan læse mere om stedet på de opstillede infotavler.

For at finde cache skal du besøge 2 waypoints. Et i hver ende af gravpladsen

WP1
Her ligger Russeren Abram Staferman begravet. Han blev begravet her pga. sin jødisk tro.
Hvilket Regimet kom han fra: AB
Hvornår døde han: C.D.EF

WP2
På den store gravplads står en sten der er mindre end de andre. Her ligger Andrei Floderow han må være en af dem der blev boende i området efter krigen.
Hvornår døde han: G.H.IJKL

FL:
Cachen ligger her:
N55 0 H . A E G
E08 5 (C+D) . (F-L) B K



On April 12, 2009, I found my first cache "Krigsfangegravene" here on the site. It is now 10 years ago and has become more than 8000 more caches. Since the original cache is closed, I think it is proper to mark this anniversary with a new basic multi here on the site. The place is a historic place that deserves a little walk.

East of this burial ground lay during the First World War (1914-18) a camp for about 2000 French, Belgian and Russian prisoners of war who lived under very miserable conditions.

Under an epidemic outbreak there were many prisoners of war who died and were buried here. You can read more about it at the location on the info boards. The info boards are In Danish, English and German.

To find the cache, visit 2 waypoints. One at each end of the burial ground.

WP1
Here is buried Russian Abram Staferman. He was buried here because of his Jewish faith.
Which regime he came from: AB
When did he die: C.D.EF

WP2
On the large burial ground stands a stone that is smaller than the others. Here lies Andrei Floderow he must be one of those who stayed in the area after the war.
When did he die: G.H.IJKL

FL:
Find the cache here:
N55 0 H . A E G
E08 5 (C+D) . (F-L) B K



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