jacdelad: “Here rest 5 brave polish soldiers” is a better translation.
ZeroKiel: I wonder what they did besides general respect for ones opponent in war to be given such honors.
Mass Grave German Soldiers Gdańsk
On the Gdańsk Cmentarz Garnizonowy is a mass grave for German soldiers who were killed in the Franco-Prussian War (1870-1871).
German War Graves Gdansk
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.
Gdansk Garrison Cemetery contains two plots with 562 German war graves from the First and Second World War.
City in Poland
Gdańsk (Danzig in German) is a port city on the Baltic coast of Poland. At the center of its Main Town, reconstructed after WWII, are the colorful facades of Long Market, now home to shops and restaurants. Nearby is Neptune Fountain, a 17th-century symbol of the city topped by a bronze statue of the sea god. Gdańsk is also a center for the world’s amber trade; boutiques throughout the city sell the ossified resin.
Weather: 0°C, Wind SW at 18 km/h, 91% Humidity
City rights: 1263
Local time: Sunday 10:02 PM
Population: 459,919 (2015) UNdata
Area code(s): +48 58