There is a cemetery where over 6,000 American soldiers are buried located in Fere-en-Tardenois in France. This cemetery has monuments dedicated to soldiers that lost their lives during World War II and is often viewed by visitors to pay their respects. However, there is one section of the cemetery that is almost completely unknown to guests.
Known as "Plot E", this graveyard is home to 91 deceased U.S soldiers who were discharged and then executed, for committing acts of either rape, murder, or sometimes both. The 'tombstones' are just pieces of stone laid down flat in the ground.
The tombstones feature don't feature any names on them, just the serial number of the tombstone. This made the occupants of the graves unknown until 2009, when the U.S. Government released a document stating who was located where in the cemetery.
The cemetery is seen as a 'perfect anti-memorial' and 'a house of shame'. Want to see the list of names of the deceased? Click the source.