On the 'Prinzeninsel' in the Grosse Plöner See is the cemetery of the relatives of the former, until 1919 in the Plön castle resident, Prussian Kadettenanstalt (later, 1933-1945: Napola). Here, in addition to the fallen soldiers of both world wars in soldiers' graves (uniform gray concrete crosses), there are also former teachers and civilian employees and their relatives in private graves and a number of 'unknown soldiers'. Memorial stone: about 3 m high boulder, before leaning split small boulder with inscription.Next in the area of the fallen of the WK1 is a wooden cross about 5m high on fieldstone base with inscription.Source:
September 4, 2018
First, the cross on me. Then the wrought-iron gate that adorns an iron cross. Fallen soldiers from World War I and WWII are buried here, a large boulder, which was set up to commemorate, informs about it.
A worthy, peaceful place in the seclusion of the Princes' Island.
November 1, 2018
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