The resting place of 21 German Prisoners of War who died at Fort Douglas during the World War.

1917 – 1918

Stanislaus Lewitski
Henry L. Zinnel
Frank Stadler
Arthur Ruebe
Karl G.W. Blaase
Erich Laevemann
Friedrich O. Hanf
Walter J. Piezareck
Emil Laschke
Georg Schmidt
Charles Morth
Roko Zilko
Felix Behr
Maximilian Kampmann
Max Leopold
Joseph Fuckola
Herman Lieder
Frank Benes
Adolf Wachenhusen
Herman German
Walter Topff

German War Memorial

The German War Memorial to the Victims of War was erected by the German-Americans of the United States of America in cooperation with the American Legion of the State of Utah in memory of the men who died while interned at Fort Douglas during World War I.

The monument was designed and constructed by Arno Steinecke. It was dedicated on Memorial Day, May 30, 1933.

Fifty-five years later, in 1988, the monument was restored by sculptor Hans Huettlinger and his son John under arrangements made by the German Air Force and German War Graves Commission.

Today the restored monument stands in of the victims of both World Wars who are buried here in Fort Douglas Cemetery and to the victims of war and despotism throughout the world.

Located in the Fort Douglas Post Cemetery.