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I find it difficult everytime i enter a cemetry why we as a human race just cant get the message. In my walk along major places on Hells Highway and Market Garden is what happens next. In this case after the failure to take all...More
Visited here as part of a leger battlefield tour.
I have visited many a war cemetery and still get moved every time.
I allways like to go and say hello to the boys. I’m sure they appreciate people coming to see them.
And I would...More
This Canadian war cemetery is tucked away southeast of Nijmegen, close to the Dutch-German border. It contains the remains of more than 2,300 Canadian servicemen, mostly from the infantry,who died fighting during World War II and is very well maintained. The scene of all those...More
We were here on May 6 the day after Liberation Day.
All graves were well tended with plays, flowers and vocational Canadian flags.
Apparently each grave is adopted and tended by a family. And we were told that there was a waiting list for families...More
We have now visited several of the Allied cemetery's in Europe and are always struck by the row after row of headstones as we enter each one.
This one is no different and is a powerful reminder of the cost paid by so many that...More
We visited this cemetery to find the grave of my partner's uncle. It is a somber and sobering experience to seen the gravestones and read the ages of these shattered lives. Such potential lost. There is a guestbook to sign.
This war museum was right on the Dutch German border. We actually went from the Netherlands into Germany and back to Netherlands to reach this place. As a commonwealth visitor from Australia we were surprised that commonwealth forces (mainly Canadian) were at the forefront of...More
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We were staying in The Hague, we took the train to Nijmegen, then the bus to Groesbeek for a visit at the Liberation Museum. The bus goes by the cemetery, it would be approximately a 5 minute walk from where the bus stops... More
We were staying in The Hague, we took the train to Nijmegen, then the bus to Groesbeek for a visit at the Liberation Museum. The bus goes by the cemetery, it would be approximately a 5 minute walk from where the bus stops. We took a taxi from the museum as there were no tours going on, check and see if there is a tour from the museum as they have many available. We really enjoyed the trip it was very easy to transfer etc with our 2 kids with us and a great opportunity to see the countryside.