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The monument lies south of the Allgäu-Gymnasium at about 740 meters altitude and is aligned to the Allgäu Alps. The square in front of the monument was called in the Nazi era Adolf Hitler Square and was renamed after the Second World War in Audogarplatz after the founder and first abbot of the Kempten monastery, Audogar.
The monument was initiated in 1925 by the association of former one-hunters from Kempten and the surrounding area. Kempten was long-term garrison site and home to several troop units. It should first remember the Royal Bavarian 1st Jägerbataillon "King", but at the same time the fallen of the First World War.
September 21, 2018
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