Cemeteries

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Arnhem Oosterbeek War Cemetery

Oosterbeek War Cemetery contains the graves of those who died during Operation Market Garden in September 1944 and the fighting that followed in this area. There are now 1680 War from the Commonwealth, of which 245 are unidentified. There are also 73 Polish and three Dutch War, plan as well as three counts of employees of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission. The cemetery is also known as the Airborne Cemetery. Along the graves term we face the fact that many young people at such a young age had given their most precious possession namely their lives. It was a sacrifice for the glory of their Fatherland and for the freedom of friendly nations.

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War graves of the Commonwealth Heteren

On the small General Cemetery Heteren rest 21 soldiers from the Commonwealth. Two of them have not been identified.
Bron traces of war:

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War graves of the Commonwealth Arnhem

On the British plot at the General Cemetery in Arnhem Moscowa ly 37 buried casulties.

Bron traces of war:

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Oorlogsgraven van het Gemenebest

The 10 graves of soldiers from the Commonwealth at the back of the General Cemetery at Slijk-Ewijk secluded by a hedge.

The soldiers were killed during fighting in October 1944.

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Wargrave of the Commonwealth Heteren

In the cemetery behind the Protestant church in Driel, municipality Heteren, is a war grave of the Commonwealth.

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Mausoleum Ede

The Mausoleum at the Paasberg, near the Town of Ede, as a separate war cemetery can be seen because it is not connected to another cemetery and resistance fighters are buried.

The mausoleum are 44 plates with the name and birth and death dates of resistance fighters from Ede bricked. 29 resistance fighters are actually buried here.

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