Fort Custer National Cemetery
Fort Custer was named after General George Armstrong Custer, a native of Michigan. It was built in 1917 as part of the WW I mobilization, when some 90,000 troops passed through it. During WW II, the fort was used as a training ground and also held a German prisoners of war. It is the only United States National Cemetery where another nation's armed forces are interred.
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