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1700+ died during Market Garden, and most are laid to rest here. It is a beautiful, somber and peaceful place, where people can pay their respects. Look for the Polish graves, some 90 of them, and many stones, entitled, known only to God. Ages marked...More
Mainly graves of British and Canadians who died during Operation Market Garden. A sad reminder of the tragedy of War and young lives lost. The site is beautifully maintained and there is a register of the names of those buried there
Firstly, I have to admit to having a vested interest in recommending a visit to the Cemetery as my father fought in Operation Market Garden, & his copilot is buried here. I’ve been here many times; it’s beautifully maintained, & the local people taken great...More
I am very interested in the airbourne involvement in this area and have read much about it. I was such a serene visit for me to see the graves of the men I have read about and admired for so long. Please visit respect the...More
Visited the cemetery after the museum which put names to the many faces viewed.
An immaculately maintained military cemetery honouring many of those who fell around the Arnhem area during Op Market Garden.
Well worth a visit to pay your respects
We were by ourselves most of the time during our visit here and it enhanced the serenity and the solemnity of this hallowed place. It is an honor to be there to remember the fallen. It is kept in immaculate condition and the use of...More