A sacred rendezvous
Some 150 miles northwest of Paris lies an American cemetery. Soldiers from World War I are buried there. Families don’t visit much. Families remember WWII veterans and go to Normandy. If you want to visit digitally, click on Romagne-sous-Montfaucon. When you zoom in, you see the rows and rows of crosses. These hills were once battlefields. Now they are home to boys who never came home.
The inscription on the chapel wall:
This chapel is erected by the United States of America as a sacred rendezvous of a grateful people with its immortal dead.