|Baugnez 44 Historical Center|
|This new museum is adjacent to the site of the 17 December 1944 Malmedy Massacre. Photos show the dedication ceremony December 2007 attended by three US veterans and many well-known members of the WWII historical community in Europe.
The museum is open every day from 1000-1800, and includes a small Brasserie (restaurant) and gift shop. Admission is 7.50 Euros and English language audioguides are available. The museum includes over 2000 items of US and German militaria, including a rare Schwimmwagon, 25 minute film, personal items from well-known American officers, and a diorama showing the circumstances of the Massacre. The French website provides basic information for a visit: www.baugnez44.be .
|Al Goldstein & Frank Garret, 99th Infantry Div. veterans taken prisoner near Malmedy|
|Ted Paluch, 285th Field Artillery Observation Battalion & Malmedy Massacre Survivor|
|Veterans Frank Garret & Ted Paluch talking with historians/authors Danny S. Parker and Will Cavanagh after the outdoor ceremony & wreath laying|
|Frank Garret with Adda Rikken|
|(above) Al Goldstein signing the guest book with very cold hands after the ceremony!|
|(left)Willi and Adda Rikken, Belgiums instrumental in establishing a memorial to the Wereth 11, with Ann Shields. The Wereth 11 were African-American tankers executed by the SS.|