There are 8 American military cemeteries in France, including Saint-James, covering an area of 14 hectares, which accommodate 4408 memorial headstones; most of the soldiers laid to rest here lost their lives in the Normandy and Brittany campaigns of 1944. The Saint-James cemetery, just like all the other overseas cemeteries and monuments honouring American troops who died in foreign campaigns, is managed by the American Battle Monument Commission (ABMC), a commission, which seeks to continue with the vision of its first Chairman, General Pershing.
As every farmer knows, water is essential for the survival of a crop. In the regions where there is a shortage, irrigation can help to mitigate the effects of the dry periods and provide a certain security vis-à-vis the production.
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